The inhabitants of America, much of Europe and western Africa will be able to observe a total eclipse of the Moon between January 20 and 21, according to the location, which will be the last of this type until 2021. For North and South America, the total eclipse will occur at the beginning of the night of the 20th or early morning, while for Europe and Africa it will be seen shortly before sunrise on the 21st.
The full moon will be in the shadow of the Earth. During the first hour, it will be slowly “eaten” by the left side and the eclipse will be total for one hour.
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In the case of Colombia, the eclipse will begin at 10:34 p.m. from Sunday, January 20. The beginning of the total eclipse will be at 11:41 p.m. The phenomenon will conclude completely 00:43 a.m. from Monday, January 21.
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