A total lunar eclipse will make the moon red on the night of May 15th

In the wake of the first solar eclipse of the year – a partial eclipse on April 30 – a total lunar eclipse is on the horizon.

Between the late evening of May 15 and the early morning of May 16, depending on the time zone, the full moon of flowers will enter the shadow of the Earth, causing a total lunar eclipse that will also be visible from most of the Americas and from ‘Antarctica. such as the western part of Europe and Africa and the eastern part of the Pacific. Skywatchers in New Zealand, Eastern Europe and the Middle East will experience a penumbral eclipse, during which only the edge of the Earth’s shadow falls on the moon.

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