Sky observation: Amazing Lunar eclipse

The amazing vision, astrophysical eclipse have been enjoying by Sky watchers, the last entire astrophysical eclipse until 2014. On some points, circuitous daylight still illuminated the Moon, revolving it a spectacular shadow of red.

The astonishing vision, which occurs while the Earth casts its shade above the Moon, has been watched from Asia, North America and Australia. The action began describing on Saturday night (local time) in Asia and Australia. This was the next total lunar obscure this year the first occurred during June. 

In the opinion of astronomers Stargazers will have to stay for limited eclipses of the Moon awaiting 2014. The shade in progress to fall at 11:33 GMT and wrecked after 17:30 GMT. The moon was totally eclipsed for 51 minutes eight seconds. Viewers in the western half of the US had the top views on Saturday well before sunrise.

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