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Lunar eclipse 2017: What "bloody moon" forebodes
18:45, 7 August 2017
Lunar eclipse 2017: What "bloody moon" forebodes

Today, the people in Europe, Asia, Australia and Africa will be able to observe a rare cosmic phenomenon - a lunar eclipse. It is predicted to be "bloody". Ukrainians will be able to see it best at 21:20 Kyiv time

18:45, 7 August 2017

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In August, the inhabitants of the planet will be able to observe two rare cosmic phenomena: on Monday, August 7, a lunar eclipse is expected, and exactly two weeks later on August 21 there will be a solar eclipse.

According to NASA scientists, today's lunar eclipse will be seen by residents of Europe, Asia, Australia, Africa and even Antarctica. The entire eclipse cycle will take about two hours.

The best time to see this cosmic phenomenon in Ukraine is 21:20 pm. However, then it will be still light, therefore it won’t be so easy with the naked eye to see how the southern quarter of the Moon will get to the shadow of the Earth.

The beginning of the eclipse process is expected in the next few hours from 18:50, and the ending - at 23:50.

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The lunar eclipse on August 7 will be the so-called "bloody eclipse". The shadow from our planet will close the southern side of the full Moon, and the illuminated part of the Earth's satellite will turn red. At this moment, the Earth, the Moon and the Sun will stand in one raw.

As it was reported earlier solar power plant might start working in Chernobyl zone in summer 2017. This will be the first solar power plant in Ukraine; it will be capable of producing 2500 mWatts of electric energy, - Ostap Semerak, Minister for Environment and Natural Resources.

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