The Lunar Eclipse According to Flat Earthers: Conspiracy theorists claim that Blood Moon is caused by an invisible "Shadow Object" passing through the sun
- The heavenly observers around the world have been treated with astonishing "blood moon" this week 19659003] The Phenomenon is caused by a lunar eclipse when the Earth is located between the sun and the moon
- Flat Earthlings, however, claim that this is a mysterious "Object of the Shadow" that causes it
- They say that Shadow Object goes around the sun but not can be seen because it's too close
Despite the many inventive hypotheses, Flat Earthers' arguments are always ruined in the face of observed natural phenomena. The moon is no exception – but that did not prevent them from trying. sun and moon, but from a completely separate "shadow object" that goes too close to the sun to see.
Instead of Earth, blocking sunlight, the Earth-like Society says that a lunar eclipse occurs when the sun and moon align with the object of shadow between them. This can only happen three times a year, notes the post. The Flat Earth Artist's Impression
According to The Flat Earth Society, this elusive object is a companion of the sun and causes a lunar eclipse approximately twice a year.
A circle of land, they say, on the other hand, does not play any role in the phenomenon – as it became clear from the reddish hue, lunar eclipses have become known.
The fact that the moon turns totally red during a lunar eclipse suggests that sunlight flows through most of the body that crosses the path of light, "says the fast. is impossible in the explanation of PE. "
Instead of Earth blocking sunlight, the Flat Earth Society says that a lunar eclipse occurs when the Sun and moon align with the shadow object between them
This can only happen three times a year "When the powerful vertical rays of the sun strike the atmosphere during the day, they will scatter and erase almost every star and heavenly body in the sky." We never give a glimpse of the sun, "according to the flat Earth. the celestial bodies that appear near the sun during the day – has been completely washed out of the sunlight. "
During a lunar eclipse, the moon passes into the earth's darkness, which in turn throws a sinister red glow on the moon's surface while the sun light is spreading in the atmosphere of our planet. A stunning image of the Bloody Moon on Jan. 21 is shown above above Marseille
Society of the Flat Earth even goes so far as to say that this mysterious object can be a heavenly body such as Mercury, Ve era or asteroid. The Earth's interaction, however, does not seem to be on the table.
"As for the lunar eclipse, there is no evidence that the shadow that appears on the moon during a lunar eclipse comes from the earth." This shadow can come from a celestial body crossing the light between the sun and the moon. "
WHAT IS THE LARGE EXCLUSIVE? 19659036] Eclipse happens every time a planet or moon passes between another planet, moon or sun.
Depending on their orbits, they may be full or partial.
Lunar eclipse is a specific event that happens when the Earth happens. lines directly between the Sun and the Moon.
When this happens, Earth blocks light from the sun to the Moon. Then the shadow of Earth falls on the moon.
During a lunar eclipse we can see the shadow of Earth on the moon.
They can last for several hours, but rarely for a complete eclipse lasting more than 100 minutes.
At least two lunar eclipses happen every year.
The moon will also be a little closer to Earth, making it brighter than the usual Super Moon. These unique factors, when combined, lead to the "Super Blood Moon Moon". This graph shows how a lunar eclipse occurs
But, as astronomers have long known, this shadow actually comes from the Earth.
During a lunar eclipse, the moon goes into the darkness of the earth, which in turn throws eerie red light on the moon's surface, while the sunlight spreads into the atmosphere of our planet.
This is a well-researched phenomenon, and telescopes point to the eclipse during the highly anticipated event this week, even a captured meteor that closes in the face of the moon throughout the moon.
The next complete lunar eclipse will not happen until May 26, 2021.