August 11, 2022
The longest partial lunar eclipse in 580 years can be seen from Brazil: find out where and when to look

The longest partial lunar eclipse in 580 years can be seen from Brazil: find out where and when to look

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At the height of this phenomenon, the Earth’s shadow will cover more than 97% of the moon’s surface and will acquire a reddish appearance.

The longest partial lunar eclipse in 580 years will occur on Friday (11/19) and can be seen from Brazil.

At the height of this phenomenon, the moon would have over 97% of its surface covered by the Earth’s shadow and would have a reddish appearance.

Partial eclipses are more frequent than total eclipses, albeit less spectacular.

This phenomenon can be seen across North America, as well as large parts of South America, Polynesia, eastern Australia, and northeastern Asia.