The eclipse will begin at 8:19 a.m. when the moon enters the shadow of the earth. This show can be watched with the naked eye without any risk.
Most parts of North America and South America can enjoy a lunar eclipse on the night of November 18 from Thursday to Friday. “Almost total», The longest since 1440.
The eclipse, which was hidden at 99.1% of the moon’s visible surface (10:03 a.m. Friday), was also visible from parts of Northeast Asia, Polynesia and eastern Australia, but not from Europe or Africa. NASA has dedicated its website to the moon. A lunar eclipse occurs when the Sun, Earth, and Moon are aligned. Our natural satellite is then seen in the shadow of the earth, which obscures it from our view. If the alignment is not correct, the eclipse will not be complete.
3 hours, 28 minutes and 23 seconds
The eclipse of November 19 will be only partial, lasting a total of 3 hours, 28 minutes and 23 seconds, from February 18, 1440 to 23 seconds. The eclipse will begin at 8:19 a.m. when the moon enters the shadow of the earth. To the landscape observer, the lunar disk will give the impression of being slowly moving.
At 9:45 a.m., the Moon will be in the shadow of more than 95% of the Earth’s disk, and the Moon will turn red as the Earth’s atmosphere diverts the red rays of sunlight toward the interior of its shadow cone. This event is most visible during the peak of the eclipse at 10:03 am. At 11:47, the full moon is visible again.
According to NASA, it is necessary to wait until February 8, 2669 to see a partial eclipse longer than Friday (3 hours 30 minutes), but a full eclipse is expected on November 8 within a year. 2022, a total of 3 hours and 40 minutes. Unlike a solar eclipse, this scene can be seen with the naked eye without any danger. Telescopes, mirrors and telescopes, if the sky is clear enough, will allow you to enjoy it even more.
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