NEW YORK, January 8 – 2019 marks the beginning of a cosmic theater, with a supermond lunar eclipse that will be the focus of much of the world from January 20 to 21
Stargazers in North and South America and much of Western Europe and Africa will want to save the date as the celestial event will bring the sun, earth and moon into perfect lunar eclipses.
This year will also be the full moon at the next point in the Earth's orbit so that the Moon appears larger and brighter from Earth – a phenomenon known as the Supermoon – and an orange-red for some parts of the Earth Tint on the ball throws.
NASA predicts this The aggregate will occur at 09:12 (PST) on January 20 (12:12 pm + 1 EST) and will take about an hour.
The full experience from the beginning of the eclipse to the end is three hours and 17 minutes.
Space.com offers a helpful introduction when the solar eclipse will reach totality over different levels
For example, stargazers in LA want to pull out their telescopes and turn PST towards the sky around 8:40 pm, while the totality of Reykjavik, Iceland, meets at 4:41.
The next total lunar eclipse is planned on May 26, 2021 and is visible to parts of North and South America and East Asia. – AFP Relax News