Viral video of the gigantic Moon eclipsing the Sun in between Russia and Canada is true?
The fastest-moving moon closest to Earth in the Arctic region of Canada and Russia. The sun passes in five seconds. The marvellous creation of God’s nature.
A 36-second video claimed to be that a full moon passing the sun in 5 seconds and appearing very close to Earth in the Arctic region of Canada and Russia has gone viral on social media.
It is noteworthy that on May 26 two celestial phenomena were observed on Earth as full lunar eclipse and supermoon. According to an Indian Express article, NASA notes that “a supermoon occurs when the moon’s orbit is very close to the earth and at the same time there is a full moon.”
But, in the viral video above, the moon is huge and at the same time passes at high speed.
Searching for the viral video, Hoaxeye posted on his Twitter page, “Many questions about this CG / VFX animation. My only problem is, I still haven’t found that artist. Does anyone know the evidence? This clip is reminiscent of the 2013 animation. ”
In another tweet that followed, “The Artist found. Aleksey_nx in TicToc. Recently also they created a viral UFO animation. So I decided to check out their other videos too. ”
While we researching Aleksey‘s Instagram page due to the fact that the TicToc site is banned in India, a video tagged him on 4 days ago which went viral. In it, they have registered as Credit to Aleksey.
Aleksey is a CGI and VFX artist and has posted many such works on his Instagram page profile.
In our search, we were able to find out that the video, which was created as a fast-moving moon very close to the earth in the Arctic region between Russia and Canada, is a digitally generated video, and it is not real too.
Explained: Total lunar eclipse and supermoon – the two celestial events coinciding on May 26