Super Blue Moon Lunar Eclipse Apparel T-Shirts & Clothes Line Expanded

With the historic moon event this week looming, SolarEclipseEarth has launched a new line of products to celebrate. It includes high quality eclipse inspired apparel and clothes for men, women and kids.

Houston, United States - February 14, 2018 /PressCable/ —

SolarEclipseEarth has launched a new line of eclipse and moon themed T-shirts and apparel ahead of the historic moon occasion this week. The moon will provide a rare triple event, which will combine a blue moon, a super moon, and a total lunar eclipse in one.

More information can be found at: https://solar-eclipse.earth

On Wednesday, in many locations around the world, people will get to see not only the blue moon but a super moon, along with a spectacular total lunar eclipse. This triple lineup of lunar events hasn’t been seen together since 1982, making it a historic occasion and well worth remembering for all the family.

Those living in the western half of the US will get the best view when it occurs, while those on the East Coast will struggle to see anything as the moon will be setting just as the eclipse begins.

However, those who do get to witness it will be able to cherish the memories for years to come. Each of the three events is a rarity in itself, as a blue moon is a second full moon in a single month. A super moon is where the moon appears bigger and brighter, while a total eclipse, with its infamous blood colored hue, is where the moon completely bathes in the earth’s shadow.

A wide range of products is available on the SolarEclipseEarth website to help commemorate the occasion. There are different categories for visitors to browse through, including women’s apparel, men’s items, kids’ clothes, T-shirts, tote bags, pillows, coffee mugs, iPhone cases, maps, and more.

Customers can click on each category to find out more, with a wide range of high quality products on offer. Each item helps customers to remember the special occasion.

The company says: “The moon and the sun have represented many metaphors and often love that is strong, fearless and beautifully alive. They are the concentric center of each one of us, connected by their love story that in turn, connects us together.”

Full details can be found on the URL above.

Contact Info:
Name: Santosh Varughese
Organization: SolarEclipseEarth
Address: 600 North Shepherd Drive, Houston, Texas 77007, United States

For more information, please visit https://solar-eclipse.earth/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 300538

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