Lunar Eclipse – Friday 19 November 2021. What time is it visible how to observe. Lunar eclipse in Poland

On Friday, people in some parts of the globe have the opportunity to observe the lunar eclipse. This is one of the longest phenomena of this type in the last millennium, with a total duration of about six hours. Pictures of the phenomenon are coming from the world.

On Friday, at 7:02 am, the penumbra lunar eclipse began, then at 8:18 am there was a partial eclipse. In Poland, the opportunity to observe this phenomenon was only in its initial stage and only in the western regions. For most of the eclipse’s duration, the Moon is beyond the horizon.

Most of our natural satellite’s disc was obscured at 10.02. The partial eclipse ended at 11.47, while the whole phenomenon will cease to be visible at 13.03. In many parts of the globe, up to 97 percent of the Silver Globe shield will remain in the shadows, previously reported.

Moon eclipse. Where is it visible

This time the inhabitants of North America have an opportunity to see the phenomenon from start to finish. Favorable conditions for observation also prevail in Western Europe, South America, Australia and Oceania, Western Africa and a large part of Russia, especially in its eastern regions.

Apart from eastern Poland, the inhabitants of parts of Eastern Europe, Africa and the Middle East should not count on admiring the eclipse.

As the moon is near its apogee, Friday’s eclipse is the longest of its kind in approximately 1,000 years.

Where will the lunar eclipse be visible?

Lunar Eclipse – How to Watch?

The lunar eclipse is one of the simplest phenomena to observe. All you have to do is get out into the air at a given time and look at our satellite. You do not need any devices for regular observation, although to see as much detail as possible, it is worth having, for example, binoculars.

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Lunar eclipse – what is it?

A lunar eclipse occurs during a full moon. At this time, our natural satellite, the Earth and the sun align. The planet blocks sunlight from reaching the moon, leaving some of it in shadow.

In the event of a November eclipse, only the lower edge of the moon will be illuminated. The remainder of the dial will turn reddish. Where does this color come from? This is because of the oxygen and nitrogen molecules in the Earth’s atmosphere. They are better at scattering certain shorter wavelengths of light (blue or purple), so longer wavelength colors (red, orange or yellow) are visible longer. When the Moon is in the shadow of the Earth, reddish colors predominate.

When is the next eclipse?

The November lunar eclipse will be the second of its kind in 2021. Two weeks later, on December 4, 2021, there will be a total solar eclipse.

In turn, we will have to wait until May 16, 2022 for the next lunar eclipse.,,,

Main photo source: PAP / EPA / Laundry Jr.


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