After the last Blood Moon lit up the skies in eastern f & # 39; July 2018, the istargazers west are excited to see the following eclipse. Monday morning, 21 January, in the UK, the full Moon passes by Earth's shadow and take deep red. The NASA space agency expects that the Moon per total & # 39; eclipse in the early hours of & # 39; around 5:13 am GMT (UTC) on America & # 39; & # 39 America and, South and parts of Europe and Africa. From start to finish, the eclipse will close in three hours and 17 minutes and lasts a whole hour and two minutes.
And if you were on the fence to see Witness the Blood Moon personally, this is your last chance to see a total eclipse of the lunar until May 2021.
Between now and May 2021, there will be a total of six of lunar eclipse, by January included.
But the lunar eclipse & # 39; this month will be the only total eclipse for over a year.
Instead, a partial eclipse of the Moon will reach its peak in the 16 & # 39; July 2019, followed by four & # 39; penumbrali eclipse.
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B & # 39; difference total eclipse, penumbrali eclipse occurs when the lunar orb through the party & # 39; out of the shadow of the World, and result in a less than spectacular spectacle.
The astronomers and founder EarthSky Deborah Byrd said: "In the lunu penumbrali eclipse, the more shade & # 39; broader comes out of the World & # 39; on the surface of the moon.
"This third type of & # 39; lunar eclipse is much more subtle, and much more difficult to observe, from either total or partial eclipse of the moon.
"Never m & # 39; it is a grim bite taken from the moon, as in & # 39; partial eclipse."
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Eclipse penumbrali never reached the whole quote and only the most attentive astronomers note the brightness reduction of the Moon.
Many stargazers unlikely to see any difference in the way they look the Moon.
The total lunar eclipse of the next Blood will appear before noon GMT on 26 & # 39; May, 2021.
The eclipse will reach totality around 11.19am GMT (UTC) One East Asia, Australia, the Pacific and South America.
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NASA estimates that the eclipse will last about three hours and seven & # 39; minutes.
The whole, however, will last only 15 minutes and so you keep your eyes peeled.
The next Blood Moon will go after & # 39; 16 & # 39; May, 2022.
The eclipse of 2022 will spend hours and 25 minutes everything on North America and the America & # 39; South America, Europe and Africa.