Your Guide To Lunar Eclipses 2021 and How to Get Ready For Them Now

What is an Eclipse?

Is there any difference between a Solar Eclipse and Lunar Eclipse?

What is a Lunar Eclipse as seen by the NASA?

  • Just so you know a lunar eclipse will usually last for a few hours.
  • At least two partial lunar eclipses happen every year, but total lunar eclipses are rare.
  • It is safe to look at a lunar eclipse.

What is a Solar Eclipses as seen by the NASA?

  • Solar eclipses happen once every 18 months.
  • Unlike lunar eclipses, solar eclipses only last for a few minutes.
  • NEVER look directly at the sun: It can permanently damage your eyes! You must use proper safety equipment to look at any type of solar eclipse.

What are the dates of all the eclipse 2021?

  • Wednesday, May 26: Total Lunar Eclipse in Sagittarius
  • Thursday, June 10: Annular Solar Eclipse in Gemini
  • Friday, November 19: Partial Lunar Eclipse in Taurus
  • Saturday, December 4: Total Solar Eclipse in Sagittarius

How a Solar Eclipse Can Affect Your Energy?

How a Lunar Eclipse Can Affect Your Energy?

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Belen is the Managing Editor of Caviar Feeling, a Coolhunter who loves self expression through fashion and a Green Foodie by choice, she loves her morning

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