A part of the earth, from Sunday night May 15 to Monday, May 16, 2022 Watch the moon turn red during a total eclipse. This phenomenon occurs twice a year, but is not seen everywhere. For example, Metropolitan France was able to notice it in January 2019 and have to wait until 2029 to see it again. Here’s how to enjoy it tonight.
Get up early
On the mainland of France, the eclipse will be from 5:29 am to 6:54 am on Monday. At 6:11 a.m. the lunar disk will be completely red.
These are optimal times to see this, but the eclipse will last about five hours. The time it takes for the Moon to slip into the Earth’s shadow is when the Sun, Earth, and Moon are aligned correctly, and the Earth’s rays turn red.
If the weather allows it all metropolitan France can observe this scenery. But, unlike the West Indies and Guyana, on the mainland of France, the moon is not very high during an eclipse and the sun rises.
The western part of France is preferred because the sun rises later than the eastern. So the penumbra should be preserved for a while and allow for better visibility of the event.
Clear horizon, and excellent binoculars
A full lunar eclipse is visible to the naked eye and poses no danger to the eyes solar eclipse. However, this phenomenon is best observed with binoculars and clear horizons. Especially today Monday morning the moon will be low.
You can also play sports on the weather. It is expected to rain with some thunder tonightAs well as rain, which can dim the visibility.
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