Posted on 18 October 2013 by Daniel
Penumbral lunar eclipse tonight
Michael Khan describes tonight’s penumbral lunar eclipse in his Scilogs blog.
Late in the evening of Friday, 18 October 2013, the Moon will move into the part shadow of the Earth. The event starts at 23:50:38 CEST, the maximum will be reached at 01:50:17 CEST (19.10) and it ends at 03:49:49 CEST.
We have a full moon tonight in Germany (otherwise there would be no lunar eclipse); sunset happens at 18:10; depending on where you live, the Moon will rise after 19:00.