The next lunar eclipse will take place from January 20 to 21 and is visible from North and South America, Europe and Africa. Costa Rica is no exception and will experience this phenomenon.
" Lunar eclipses occur when the shadow of the earth blocks the sunlight otherwise reflected by the moon," explains the specialized website Space.com. In other words, the full moon happens to be in the same line as the sun and the earth.
The favorable weather conditions in Costa Rica should allow this phenomenon to be perceived from different parts of the country, and it is expected to start at 21:33 on 20 January and will be in the early morning hours of 2021 continued.
This should be a total eclipse.