deep lunar eclipse is like a festival for skywatchers

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Sky Observers in parts of Europe, Africa, Central Asia and Australia on the basis of clear sky to enjoy a total lunar eclipse solar eclipse on Wednesday.

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It is the first lunar eclipse of 2011 and the longest in nearly 11 years, experts say.

This type of solar eclipse occurs when the Earth casts its shadow on the moon.

However, indirect light illuminating the moon can turn a spectacular red clay.

The shadow begins in Paris 1824 (1724 GMT) and Lifts in fall 0000 in Paris (2300 GMT).

Wealth - the lunar surface is completely covered - from 2022 in Paris (1922 GMT) to 2202 in Paris (2102 GMT).

The 100-minute period of totality is the longest since July 2000.

NASA eclipse expert Fred Espenak said. The event will be seen in full from the eastern half of Africa, Middle East, Central Asia and Western Australia "

Observers from across Europe will miss the start of the eclipse because it occurs before moonrise. However, can be observed across the continent, except in northern Scotland and northern Scandinavia.A lunar eclipse occurs when the moon passes behind the earth so that the earth blocks the sun's rays from striking the moon. Scientists say the specific phenomenon happening Thursday is known as a "deep lunar eclipse"

Dr. Robert Massey, the company said in the United Kingdom Royal Astronomical time to event was the Live in London "50-50" and that the observers need in the south-eastern horizon, a good view but was blocked by buildings.

Weather looks better for the case of the northern regions of Great Britain, but most in the northeast, the shortest of all hard.

In America, is visible from eastern Brazil, Uruguay and Argentina. But none of the solar eclipse visible in North America.

East Asia, eastern Australia and New Zealand missed the last phase of the eclipse because it occurs after moonset.
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