On the evening of 7 August, the inhabitants of most cities in the world had the opportunity to observe a partial lunar Eclipse.
This Eclipse is also called “bloody” because, when one part of the moon disappears behind the Earth’s shadow, the other is red because of the sunlight scattered.
Lunar Eclipse near
Note that this whole process lasted about two hours, and to observe it with a telescope or binoculars and with the naked eye.
Peak of the Eclipse occurred at 21:20 on Kiev, so those who were lucky with the weather, could enjoy such an interesting phenomenon.
We add that the network has already appeared photos and video of the Eclipse.
Lunar Eclipse August 7
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