These countries are on a date with a semi-lunar eclipse

Astronomers announced that some inhabitants of the globe will be able to see a semi-lunar eclipse in certain parts of the world, as visibility depends on the weather conditions in the countries from which it can be seen.

This is the fourth eclipse that occurs this year, and the next eclipse is scheduled to occur on May 26, 2021, noting that what is meant by the eclipse is the alignment of the sun, the earth and the moon in a straight line, and it occurs when the earth comes between the moon and the sun, while a “solar eclipse” occurs when the moon is Between the earth and the sun.

According to astronomers, the semi-lunar eclipse will begin at about 1.30 pm and will continue until 5.55 pm (Mecca time) today, November 30.

Residents of North and South America, Australia and parts of Asia can see about 82% of the full moon transforming into a darker shade during the maximum phase of this eclipse, noting that the complete eclipse will reach its climax around 3.30 pm (according to the timing above).

The semi-lunar eclipse is also known as a beaver moon, tepid moon, oak moon and mourning moon, in some parts of the world.

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