Lunar eclipse and Super Moon against Cappadocia at night: Elements of this image furnished by NASA
In a couple of days, the sky will present a rare spectacle. Three astronomical phenomena the super moon, blue moon and lunar eclipse will all take place on the same night. The last time such a phenomenon occurred was 150 years ago on March 31, 1866. And now on January 31, 2018, once again the amazing moon is going to put on a show you cannot resist. It is literally a once-in-a-lifetime event. So, here are the best places to witness the Super blue blood moon 2018 spectacle in India. Also Read - Blood Moon 2018 Date: When And Where Will The World Witness Century’s Longest Total Lunar Eclipse
Tosh village in Himachal
All you need to do to witness the super blue blood moon is get to an open space. There are several places in India that are amazing spots for stargazing and witnessing other stunning celestial events. Dharamsala for instance is home to the amazing Triund which is an ideal spot to witness the super blue blood moon. Tosh in Himachal Pradesh is a small village which provides gorgeous night sky views. Then, there is the village of Vangani in Maharashtra known for clear skies for amazing night sky views making it a popular stargazing destination. Also Read - UFO Caught on Live NASA Broadcast of Lunar Eclipse? Claims of Alien Spaceship During Super Moon Goes Viral
Marvelous Nubra Valley landscape in Ladakh
Nubra Valley in Ladakh is another breathtaking place to watch the night sky in all its glory. Down south, places like Coorg and Ooty can provide mesmerizing views of the super blue blood moon on January 31, 2018. Mandarmani near Kolkata in West Bengal too is a lovely spot for stargazers. Also Read - Super Blue Blood Moon: Hilarious Twitter Reactions To The Rare Celestial Event
So, take a break from your monotonous routine and do something different on January 31. Get to one of the amazing paces mentioned above and witness the super blue blood moon.