The partial eclipse and new moon of the 15th of February falls on the 27°7′ of Aquarius. It will be visible only from Antarctica and small parts of Chile and Argentina, Falkland Islands. The eclipse is just 1°45′ away from being opposite the big total eclipse in Leo of last August 21st. Thus we can expect some developements both on a collective and personal level related to that one. The last time an eclipse occured around the same degree of Aquarius was on the 16th February 1999. Remembering the events related to it may help us to get an idea about the themes of the current celestial event.
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The full moon of the 31st of January 2018 is simultaneously a supermoon, a blue moon and a total lunar eclipse (blood moon). As such it is a rare phenomenon: the last total lunar eclipse which also was a blue moon, occured more than 150 years ago, in late March 1866.