On Tuesday, half an hour before midnight, the main phase of the partial lunar eclipse from the Czech Republic was seen. This unusual and photogenic astronomical phenomenon lasted until 2:18 pm Central European summer time (CEST). cities. The phenomenon was visible in most of Europe, Asia, Australia, Africa and America. The heavy module landed on the moon four days after the Earth's launch, and Neil Armstrong, followed by Buzz Aldrin, was the first person to enter. On Earth, astronauts returned after eight days on July 24, 1969.
Another lunar eclipse seen from the Czech Republic will occur on January 10 next year. It will be a penumbra, the moon will be near the whole earth's shadow and, according to astronomers, will be black from below. The total eclipse visible from the Czech Republic will take place in six years, especially on September 7, 2025.