It can be viewed from the Americas, Greenland, Iceland, western Europe, and western Africa.
The last total lunar eclipse took place on July 27, though it wasn't visible in the US. The full eclipse begins at 12:12 a.m. on January 21 and, that is when the moon will appear to be in a reddish copper color. This precipitates lights from the sun to refract into the atmosphere, which cause the earth lighting up the moon, said John Carter, president of the Prescott Astronomy Club. The brightness of the red glow depends on the amount of dust and clouds in the Earth's atmosphere. Due to the time of day, it cannot be seen in India.There are two lunar eclipse occurring in 2019, in which the second lunar eclipse will occur on July 16-17, and it will be a partial lunar eclipse visible in India.
Wolf moon: The full moon phenomenon in January has always been known as the "Wolf Moon". Unlike solar eclipses, a lunar eclipses can be viewed with the naked eye. This will be the first solar eclipse in the year 2019.
Behind the phenomenon can be observed in North and South America and in the Western regions of Europe and Africa. There will be no marvelous minutes of totality on Sunday, so observers in Russia, China, North and South Korea, and Japan will need to keep their protective solar eclipse glasses on at all times, and use special solar filters on cameras and telescopes.More news: Indian rappers laud Ranveer Singh-starrer Gully Boy
Carter warns against using a smartphone or regular camera to take pictures of the lunar eclipse.
The moon doesn't orbit the Earth in a ideal circle, but rather elliptically, and it can get as close as about 222,000 miles away.
Total Eclipse begins. Total moon eclipse starts - completely red moon.More news: Ex-Credit Suisse bankers arrested over '$2bn fraud scheme'
Artist's enhancement of a full eclipsed Moon. However, the alignment is rarely spot-on, so it's common for a partial solar or lunar eclipse to precede or follow a total solar or lunar eclipse. Those in some other places, including Ecuador; Brazil; Uruguay and Paraguay, will only be able to witness a partial solar eclipse, according to Space.com.
Then, at 8:34 p.m. MST, there's a partial eclipse and then a full eclipse begins at 9:41 p.m.
For Prescott, the next visible cosmic occurrence will happen in early November - the Transit of Mercury, which is when the planet Mercury orbits directly in front of the sun and appears as a little black dot to viewers.
This year passage will last more than 5 hours.More news: Iran FM defends Tehran's missile and space program