Partial lunar eclipse on November 19

Partial lunar eclipse on November 19
Partial lunar eclipse on November 19

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Ibrahim Al-Jarwan, Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Emirates Astronomy Society and a member of the Arab Union for Astronomy and Space Sciences, confirmed that a partial lunar eclipse of 97.4% occurred on November 19, 2021, at 09:04 am UTC, and it will not be witnessed by the UAE or the entire regions of the Arabian Peninsula, lasting about three hours and 28 Minutes. Indicating that another lunar eclipse will occur on May 16, 2022, and it will be a total eclipse.

It is mentioned that the phenomenon of the lunar eclipse is the occurrence of the moon in the shadow of the Earth, and it enters into three phases or types.. A semi-shadow eclipse with which the moonlight dims a little, which is the first and last stage of the phenomenon and precedes and follows the partial eclipse, and then the stage of the partial eclipse where The moon’s disk begins to gradually darken, which is the stage that precedes and follows the stage of the total eclipse, and with the stage of the total eclipse, the moon’s light almost fades and is covered in a copper-red color resulting from the refraction of some of the sun’s rays in the Earth’s atmosphere towards the moon.

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