Blood moon lunar eclipse, seen over Hertfordshire, January 2019
No more full lunar eclipses for a while, I’m afraid. The next total blood moon eclipse does not happen until May 26 2021, when it should be clearly visible from Asia, Australia and the Pacific. That said, we are due a total solar eclipse next year, so you may fancy heading south in late 2020, with South America and south-western Africa likely to get a good view on 14 December 2020.
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Thanks to everyone who brought us some sepia last week. Apologies to those I haven’t managed to visit yet – I am busy with work and travel and not back to normal until very end October.
Copyright Debbie Smyth, 20 October 2019
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