Moscow, January 27. Moscow residents next month will witness the unusual space phenomenon — penumbral lunar Eclipse. As told in the Moscow planetarium, the Eclipse will be visible in the night from 10 for February 11.
"the Eclipse will be visible using a telescope or camera. Under clear skies it will be noticeable at 03:44 on the night of 10 to 11 February," — said the Agency "" the staff of the planetarium.
Earlier it was reported that the Russians in this year could see four eclipses — two solar and two lunar.
Eclipse will fall in February and August new moon and full moon..
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