The lunar eclipse will be next Tuesday, July 16, 2019, according to the NASA calendar, and will feature as a main feature that it will be partially
When the consequences continue for complete solar eclipse, from July 2 the past, which is one of the main scenarios San Juan, now astronomical community prepares for a new phenomenonThis time it will be lunar eclipse which means that land will stand between them salt and moon, which will lead to the latter's perception in a different and unusual way.
The lunar eclipse will be next Tuesday July 16, 2019, according to calendar on NASAand will have for its main feature that it will be Partial. This means that the arrangement of the Sun, Earth and the Full Moon will not be in the right shape, but will be somewhat twisted, so it will look different. "The Full Moon will disappear when the shadow of the Earth covers it," they say.
The US space agency said the eclipse would last about three hours and will be entirely in Africa and Europe, while in Chile and Argentina it will be less, just near the last stage, the La Provincia de San Juan newspaper published.
Hours for review
The moon enters the dark: at 3:41 am On a white day.
The Moon enters the Umbra (Earth Shadow) at 17:00.
The maximum eclipse occurs at 6:29 pm
Moon leaves Umbra at 19:59
The moon leaves Penumbra at 21:18.