The partial lunar eclipse wants to be visible in Africa, most of Europe, a large portion of Asia, the eastern part of South American and the western part of Australia, reported the Europe-based Royal Astronomical Society. North America wants to miss out on the views except for its most eastern points, like Nantucket, parts of Maine and Nova Scotia.
In the UK, the moon wants to be low in the sky, so unobstructed views of the southern and southeastern horizon are best, according to the Astronomers with the Royal Astronomical Society. The moon will rise at 21:07 BST, showcasing the partially eclipsed moon. Check Time and Date to see when it happens in your area.
Lunar eclipses can only occur during a full moon. The moon wants to be in perfect alignment with the sun and Earth on Tuesday, with the moon on the opposite side of the Earth from the sun.
Earth wants to cast two shadows on the moon during the eclipse. The penumbra is the partial outer shadow, and the umbra is the full, dark shadow.
When the full moon moves into Earth's shadow, it will darken, but it will not disappear.
Depending on the weather conditions in your area, it may be gray, rusty, brick-colored or blood-red.
This happens Because of the fact that blue light undergoes stronger atmospheric scattering, the virtual telescope project wants to share a live stream of the lunar eclipse just a few.
degrees apart above the skyline of Rome.
And unlike solar eclipses, especially the total solar eclipse in August 2017, the lunar eclipse is safe to view with the naked eye or binoculars.