It will be visible from Greece!!
Tonight there will be partial lunar eclipse, which will be visible from Greece. The lunar eclipse will be combined with full moon the same night….
This followed a lunar eclipse in January 2019, while there will be another lunar eclipse until the end of the year.
Partial lunar eclipse visible from Greece will be in May again 2022, while total lunar eclipse visible in September 2025.
Our country, the disc of the moon to appear partially obscured by the shadow of the earth, as our planet has been inserted between the satellite and the Sun..
The eclipse will be visible from much of Europe, Africa, Central Asia and the Indian Ocean.
In Athens, the preliminary phase (penumbral eclipse) will begin at 21:43 and the initiation of the partial eclipse (entry of the Moon in the shadow of the Earth) will start at 23:00 Greek time zone.
The phenomenon will reach its maximum point shortly after midnight (00:30 Wednesday), when about two thirds of the Moon will "hide" the shadow of the Earth, while the end of the eclipse will be about in 02:00.
The sight can be seen with the naked eye, unlike the Sun eclipses!!
Meanwhile, Full Moon will take place on 00:38 Wednesday.
"About 60% the visible surface of the moon will be covered by darkness, "explains the RAS.
Full Moon and Partial Eclipse Moon, with RStart in 21:43 – Maximum point phenomenon in 00:30 – Finally at about Eclipse 2:00
Facts about the eclipse will happen tonight, along with the full moon, the chart:
At the start of the partial eclipse, the Moon will be in height 19 some degree in the southeastern sky and will be rising, while when the eclipse completed, the Moon will be at a height 29 degrees in the southern sky.
Thus the eclipse will develop into enough height, that it can be done observing even from urban areas.
Moon partial eclipse anniversary 50 years of Apollo 11
Fifty years after the launch of Apollo 11, at 16 July 1969, Moon will offer on Tuesday night the spectacle of a partial eclipse in many inhabitants of Earth.
At 16 July 1969, the Apollo 11 She rocketed to the moon and on completion 50 years, the Moon will never be found entirely in the dark, The eclipse will be partial!!