Lunar eclipse: A celestial occasion that happens when the Earth passes between the Solar and the Moon, inflicting the Earth’s shadow to be solid on the Moon, leading to a darkening or reddening of the Moon.
Complete lunar eclipse: When the whole Moon is totally lined by Earth’s shadow, inflicting it to look darkish and reddish-orange throughout totality.
Partial lunar eclipse: When solely a portion of the Moon passes by way of Earth’s shadow, inflicting a darkening of solely a portion of the Moon’s floor.
Penumbral lunar eclipse: A refined sort of eclipse the place the Moon passes by way of Earth’s penumbral shadow, inflicting a slight dimming of the Moon’s brightness.
Blood Moon: A well-liked time period for the Moon’s look throughout a complete lunar eclipse when it takes on a reddish hue on account of scattering and the refraction of daylight by way of Earth’s environment.
Tremendous blood Moon: When a lunar eclipse occurs throughout a supermoon, when the Moon is full throughout a degree in its orbit when it’s nearer to Earth.