A lunar eclipse is coming.  We have bad news - O2

Astronomical phenomena such as the total eclipse and the lunar eclipse cause a great deal of excitement and excitement. Not only astronomy lovers are waiting for this event. This rare phenomenon is also appreciated by those who do not pay attention to what is happening in the sky on a daily basis.

It is already known that this interesting phenomenon will occur on Tuesday, November 8. Its climax will occur at 12:03 Poland time. It will expire in about 40 minutes.

It should be noted that unlike a solar eclipse, no specialized equipment is required to observe it. The most important factor in this case is the weather, as only clear skies allow for good observation.

However, the Poles who want to research this phenomenon may be very disappointed. This time we will not see the eclipse in Poland. We will only be able to like them in photos or recordings from the outside. People residing in Australia and New Zealand will enjoy the best view of the lunar eclipse. The phenomenon will also be visible from the USA and Canada.

When is the lunar eclipse in Poland?

The next lunar eclipse, which can be viewed from Poland, is scheduled for September 7, 2025. So you will have to wait a little longer to enjoy this view from our latitude.

The moon is the only natural satellite of the earth. Depending on what stage he is in, we see the corresponding parts of his armor. It is affected by the moon’s position relative to the Earth and the angle of sunlight falling on it.

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