‘Blood Moon’ eclipses over Iraq
INA – Baghdad
The ‘Blood Moon’ eclipsed over Baghdad, Iraq on Friday for about two hour.
The moon started to fade into red around 8:00 pm and then completed the full eclipse in around two to form a full ‘Blood Moon’.
The earth stood between the moon and the sun to announce the presence of the moon eclipse phenomenon where the earth blocks the light to cross to the moon as being lined up straight one after another.
It is considered to be the longest moon eclipse in the 21st century.