“On Friday, November 19, 2021, from 9:03 to 15:04 Moscow time, a partial shadow eclipse of the moon will occur, which is unobservable in Moscow. This is the longest partial lunar eclipse since the 15th century “, – reported on the official website of the state corporation.
The eclipse is expected to be “nearly total,” as the Moon is almost entirely in the shadow of the Earth. This will turn the lunar disc into a red hue. Residents of the Far East can see this – they will be able to assess both the maximum and the private phase. The Russians in the Trans-Baikal regions will also be able to watch the largest phase, and the end of the eclipse – in Central, Eastern and Northern Siberia.
The duration of the eclipse will be about three hours 28 minutes – from 10:20 to 13:48 Moscow time.