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Americas set for total lunar eclipse

BBC-As the Moon moves into the Earth’s shadow it changes colour to blood red or brown

Skywatchers in the Americas will be able to catch a rare celestial show as Earth’s shadow falls across the Moon.

On Tuesday morning (BST), the Moon changes colour from orange to blood red or brown in a total lunar eclipse.

The total lunar eclipse unfolds over three hours from 06:58 BST (05:58 GMT) when the Moon moves into Earth’s shadow.

A little more than an hour later, the Moon will be fully eclipsed and shrouded in a red glow.

Eclipse phase Timing
Penumbral eclipse begins 04:53 GMT
Partial eclipse begins 05:58 GMT
Total eclipse begins 07:06 GMT
Greatest eclipse 07:45 GMT
Total eclipse ends 08:24 GMT
Partial eclipse ends 09:33 GMT
Penumbral eclipse ends 10:37 GMT

The first eclipse of 2014 will be visible across most of North America, Latin America and the Caribbean.

Observers in north-west Africa and the eastern half of South America will see part of the eclipse, but will miss some stages because they occur after moonset.

The moment of greatest eclipse will occur at 08:45 BST.

Three further eclipses will occur during 2014: an annular solar eclipse on 29 April, a total lunar eclipse on 8 October and a partial solar eclipse on 23 October.


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