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Blood Moon appears THIS month – how to see eerie red total lunar eclipse in days 

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The Sun reveals how to see the rare Blood Moon in May, and exactly when you need to look up. 

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The Earth is constantly rotating around the Sun, and the Moon is constantly rotating around the Earth. 

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Sometimes all three can align, placing the Earth directly between the Sun and the Moon in a straight line. 

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It means the Moon is in the darkest part of Earth's shadow – the "umbra" 

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And due to convenient sizing and distancing of all three objects, no sunlight can directly reach the Moon. 

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However, some sunlight is refracted by Earth's atmosphere, making the Moon appear reddish – hence the name "Blood Moon".

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