The longest lunar eclipse of this century will occur on Friday: how to see it and from what time

This Friday, November 19, there will be a partial lunar eclipse that can be seen in Latin America.

The partial lunar eclipseof this Friday, November 19, will go down in history as the longest during this century.

For 3 hours and 28 minutes, the Moon will be covered by 97% of the Earth’s shadow, turning reddish high in the sky.

From where to see and at what time?

This phenomenon will occur on Friday, November 19 and can be seen from different continents, so America is also included: it can be seen in its entirety in countries in the north of the continent, as well as in Colombia, Ecuador, Venezuela, Peru, Bolivia, Chile and Central America.

In Peru, the event will start at 1:02 in the morning, but you will be able to see the  Red Moon ‘ from 2 in the morning. It will peak at 4:02 am. The phenomenon will end at 5:47 am. my twilight will arrive at 7 in the morning.

People interested in looking at the phenomenon will be able to do so without the need for special protection. Of course, it will depend a lot on the clouds so that you can appreciate the sky without problems.

On May 26, 2021 we had a lunar eclipse all that could be seen in Asia and the Americas.

In 2022 there will be two total lunar eclipses: one will occur on May 16 and the other on November 8.