The final lunar eclipse in 2021 will take place on November 19, and it will be a partial one, media agencies reported.
The phenomena will start when the shadow of the Earth covers almost 97% of the moon, preventing it to reflect the rays of the sun.
Therefore, the shining moon will turn very dark, and almost hidden in the sky.
Unfortunately, Egypt’s residents won’t have the chance to witness such a phenomenon. The upcoming partial Lunar Eclipse will take place on October 28, 2023.
However, people in north Europe, east Asia, Australia, the Americans, the Pacific Ocean, the Atlantic Ocean, the Indian Ocean, and the North Pole can see the eclipse.
The total duration of the partial lunar eclipse will be three hours, 28 minutes.
In the same context, sky events passionate people will have the chance to observe other breathtaking phenomena which is the final solar eclipse of 2021.
Coming on December 4, the eclipse be a total one and it will be only observed in Antarctica. However, people in South Africa, the Pacific Ocean area, south Australia, Atlantic Ocean region, Indian Ocean region, and South Latin America can see the phenomena as a partial eclipse.