april 3 33 AD blood moon

Asked by Ashor on 2018-01-26

 removed why ? nasa has the report of that date was blood moon, and it used to be in stellarium aswel but now it's removed.

I can send you the photo of the blood moon. this is the link to nasa report
https://eclipse.gsfc.nasa.gov/5MCLEmap/0001-0100/LE0033-04-03P.gif

my email is <email address hidden>

Thanks appreciated.....

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gzotti (georg-zotti) said : #1

What is removed? Compared to which version?

gzotti (georg-zotti) said : #2

I still don't know what you need to be "fixed" here. Nothing to fix in Stellarium.

Please understand Appendix F.8 for historical issues. Learn about DeltaT (section 16.4.3) which was about 2:39 hours. NASA writes 17:38 TD, not Jerusalem local time. This is then 17:38-2:39 = 14:59 UTC, or 14:59+2:20=17:19 Jerusalem Local Mean Solar Time or 14:59+2:17=1:16 Jerusalem Local True Solar Time.

Now go into the location panel and set time zone correction correctly. For historical questions, of course you cannot use timezones but only local time.

Am 28.01.2018 09:27, schrieb Ashor Benjamin:
> Hey Buddy
>
> Thanks for the reply
>
> I have attached a photo but can't tell what version, using 0.12 and
> 0.16 as of now, so was looking at NASA's report which matches with the
> photo in Stellerium application.
>
> Would love some info about it if you can help, I'm doing a
> presentation and this date and blood moon is very important, if
> there's a way to fix it or any advice what to do or who to speak with
> would be very much appreciated.
>
> Thanks
>
> Ashor

gzotti (georg-zotti) said : #3

Of course, the second result should read 17:16 Jerusalem Local True Solar Time.

gzotti (georg-zotti) said : #4

(I put this PM by Ashor here before my answer:)

Hi thanks for reply.

I think you don’t understand what I’m saying to you, this blood moon is removed no matter what time or date I change it to, it’s not there anymore whether it’s Jerusalem or UTC or local time.

I even went one day earlier April 2nd , and went through the whole time searching and nothing, even I tried one day after, on April 4th and April 5th and April 6th.

Please if you can show me maybe I don’t know how to search for it, would be very helpful.

Maybe I’m searching for it wrong, if you know how to bring it up send me attachment of the blood moon.

I’ve tried changing local time changing location changing dates still nothing. And before it was there it’s taken out.

Thanks

Ashor

gzotti (georg-zotti) said : #5

No, I don't understand what you are saying. You also did not answer my first two questions.

The eclipsed moon is properly displayed in current beta versions. Trying to visualize it in V0.17.0 leads to a crash. This has been reported several times now on all available channels.

Unless you send a logfile or otherwise report which version and operating system you are using, I cannot give further advice.

And please do not send private mail. The next private mail remains unanswered.

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