Partial Lunar Moon Eclipse Pictured Globally
Due to a partial lunar eclipse, a quarter of the moon was invisible last night. The lunar eclipse began at 21.14 and was at its peak at 21.21.
At 22.53, the lunar eclipse was over.
A lunar eclipse arises when the earth can stand between the sun and the moon.
The earth stops the sun’s rays, and the moon can not cheat the light to the earth. The sunlight goes well past the earth. The atmosphere then bends to the moon.