Lunar eclipse October 28, 2023 visible in Mexico, what time is it?
October 2023 closes with a lunar eclipse that may be visible from Mexico and it is the last astronomical event of the year that the inhabitants who are within Mexican territory will be able to enjoy. A bite of the Moon will be what will appear in the sky and, without a doubt, will leave wonderful postcards.
The POT explains that the lunar eclipse occurs when the Sun, the Earth and the Moon align in such a way that the Moon passes through the Earth's shadow, although this phenomenon is expected to be partial, because the shadow will only cover a small part of the moon.
At what time will the eclipse be seen on October 28?
He October partial lunar eclipse It can be observed on Saturday, October 28 in Mexico, from 7:00 p.m. until the early hours of Sunday, the 29th.
There are states in which it can be seen better. These are:
- Mexico City
Is it dangerous to see the lunar eclipse directly?
This lunar eclipse occurs just two weeks after the annular solar eclipse which was observed last October 14. In addition, it is the last one that will be visible until March 2024. While in 2025 a total one is expected, on September 7.
It should be noted that, unlike the annular solar eclipse, this one that will be seen on October 28 It does not require any special projector equipment. Just look at the sky at any time of the night and enjoy.
Will a red moon be seen?
The red Moon occurs when a lunar eclipse occurs as a result of a phenomenon known as Rayleigh scattering, but for the eclipse to occur it has to be total. The one on October 28, 2023 will be partial, therefore, we will not have this event.
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