The countdown has begun for the fourth and last Partial Lunar Eclipse of 2020. The most recent Split Moon eclipse occurred on July 5. So when will the next Lunar eclipse be? Here is the Lunar Eclipse calendar with their locations.
Lunar eclipseIt will take place for the fourth and last time this year. However, contrary to the first two Months eclipse this year, we will not be able to see this Partial Moon eclipse from our country. It is possible to calculate in advance the exact dates of these eclipses, which take place in a certain order every year. So when is the lunar eclipse expected to happen both this year and throughout 2021?
In this content, we made a little explanation about what the lunar eclipse is for you just before moving on to the Lunar eclipse calendar. Then all the lunar eclipses that will take place in 2020 and 2021 with their locations In the lunar eclipse calendar We showed.
What is the lunar eclipse?
Earth’s satellite MoonIt revolves around the Earth and completes this rotation in 27 days. While the Moon is traveling around the Earth, it may sometimes be in the shadow of the Earth. When it is in the shade, it cannot receive the rays coming from the Sun, and the shadow of the Earth falls on the Moon and the Moon is left in the dark. so Lunar eclipse is realized.
In the case of the Lunar Eclipse, Although it is in the dark, it will not be completely invisible. In such cases, as the blue color is swallowed and the red color is reflected in the lights breaking around the Earth, the shadow of the Earth occurs in a tone close to red color on the Moon. The lunar eclipse takes approximately 60 minutes.
When is the lunar eclipse?
- Partial Lunar Eclipse, 10-11 January 2020
- Partial Lunar Eclipse, 5-6 June 2020
- Partial Lunar Eclipse, 4-5 July 2020
- Partial Lunar Eclipse, 29-30 November 2020
- Total Lunar Eclipse, May 26, 2021
- Partial Lunar Eclipse, 18-19 November 2021
Partial Lunar Eclipse:
- When? 29-30 November 2020
- Where to see it ?: Most of Europe and Asia continent, Australia, North America, South America, Pacific Ocean, Atlantic Ocean, Arctic Ocean
Partial Lunar Eclipse will occur on November 30, 2020. The eclipse, which will take place between 07.30-11.56, will not appear in our country.
Total Lunar Eclipse:
- When?: May 26, 2021
- Where to see it ?: South and East Asia, Australia, much of the North American continent, South America, Pacific Ocean, Atlantic Ocean, Indian Ocean, Antarctica
Full Lunar eclipse is also called the Bloody Moon eclipse due to the reddish color that the Moon acquires during eclipse. On the day of the eclipse, the Moon looks quite large thanks to its proximity to the Earth. The eclipse, which will take place on May 26, will unfortunately not be seen from our country.
Partial Lunar Eclipse:
- When?: 18-19 November 2021
- Where to see it ?: A large part of Europe and Asia continent, North and West Africa, North America, South America, Pacific Ocean, Atlantic Ocean, Indian Ocean, Arctic Ocean
The Partial Lunar Eclipse was held in parts of Alaska and Hawaii on Thursday, November 18, 2021; It will be fully visible in Asia, Australia and America on Friday, November 19, 2021. However, this Partial Moon eclipse will not be visible from our country.