Blood moon: what time will the total eclipse be seen

Tonight, the show will be in the sky. Without the use of a telescope or binoculars, much of the world will be able to witness the eclipse total in which the Moon will acquire a beautiful reddish hue. This characteristic caused the phenomenon to be baptized “Blood Moon”.

The eclipse The total of the Earth’s natural satellite will be fully visible in South and Central America, much of North America, southern and western Europe, and also in parts of Asia, Africa and the Pacific Ocean. In Argentina, the Moon show will begin at 10:32 p.m., with the pre-umbral phase, in which a small change in its brightness will be seen.

The different phases of an eclipse.

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