During this phenomenon, the Earth will cover the entire moon and can be seen in the Middle East, Central Asia, East Africa as well as South America, while the people of North America, Europe and North Asia will not be able to see it.
The phenomenon of lunar eclipse occurs when the Earth mediates the sun and the moon at one level, where the moon passes under the earth, usually occurring three times a year.
The moon's dark red-colored moon occurs during eclipses. The Moon is closest to Earth. The reason for the redness of the moon is the Earth's atmosphere, which disperses the sun's rays and sends it to the Moon.
According to astronomical calculations, the entire "partial and total" eclipse process will last about four hours.
The total eclipse of the moon will occur again on January 21 and will last for an hour and two minutes. The 21st century will witness 228 eclipses of the moon.
Observers of the phenomenon can see Mars because it will be at the closest point to Earth in 15 years, where it will appear 10 times brighter than it normally is.