This January’s blood moon lunar eclipse will be the last one to view in full for two years.
Between now and 2021 there will be another six lunar eclipse’s, however, they will all be partial lunar eclipses, meaning that the moon will not be totally illuminated.
This month’s total blood moon lunar eclipse will take place on Monday 21st January, with the eclipse reaching totality at around 5:15am.
From start to finish, the eclipse will clock in at three hours and 17 minutes and totality will last one hour and two minutes.
A blood moon lunar eclipse is when the moon passes through the earth’s shadow, the light from the sun gets filtered through the earth’s atmosphere leaving a shade of red projected into the moon.
The early hours of Monday are forecast to be a mix of cloud and clear spells on Merseyside, so it may be a case of catching a glimpse before it disappears.
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