The Almost Bloody Moon
by Taner Sengor
Episode: Try to catch a little bit freedom escaping through windowed lives on the biggest planet for human beings: Watching the Partial Lunar Eclipse, that is almost Blood(y) Moon, of 16 September 2020 in Istanbul (That must be the actual vehicle in the Deluge rather than a panoramic view in a romance). The view stacked into pandemically seized eyes among behaviors, materials, ideas, and more... The Deluge should be viruses’ manifolds rather than 2H2Os’ falling from up sides of the planet... -.
Acknowledgements: The Author thanks to Urban Planner E. Sengor and G. Sengor, PhD for their encouraging comments for choosing the best favorable images.
 T. Sengor, “On the Availability of Electromagnetically Equivalence Processes Relevant to Worldwide Spreadable Diseases Manifolds”, URSI GASS 2021, Rome, Italy, 28 August - 4 September 2021 (accepted).
 T. Sengor, “Natural Cooperation of Seismic Activities Related Wave Propagation on the Worldwide Pandemics Processes,” EGU General Assembly, 2021, EGU21-16480, https://meetingorganizer.copernicus.org/EGU21/session/39004 (accepted).
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Submitted on March 31, 2021
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- Western Asia (291)
- Turkey (63)
- Exact location (29.8828 E, 39.8634 N)
lunar eclipse, worldwide spreading, space weather
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