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Moon eclipses could be seen in Europe, America and Africa



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The moon was only about 357,300 km away from the Earth, which was fully grown on 21 January and on the ground floor (perigeum), leading to superior marketing.

January 21 (TASR) – Air observers in Europe, Africa, and North and South America could see a full moon beginning on early morning hours. AFP writes about it.

In a 30-centimeter telescope image, a full moon eclipse is Stedman, North Carolina, on January 21, 2019.
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The moon, which was on January 21 and at the same time on the ground floor (perigeum), is about 357,300 km away from the Earth, "Superspln". The moon appears to be bigger and brighter than in the normal full moon during the perigea.

In the picture is a full moon eclipse in supersplit in Antwerp, Belgium, on January 21, 2019.
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Also called January superspln "wolf moon" (Moon Moon) and expression "bloody moon" Bloody Moon refers to the reddish color of the Moon's face, refining the Guardian web portal. The color rises due to the refraction of the sun's rays, which fall on the Moon, explained Pavol Rapavý of the Slovak Astronomers Association.

Pictured is the full moon at eclipse in Los Angeles, California, January 20, 2019.
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The moon eclipse in the Slovak Republic was seen on Monday early in the morning. This is the last complete eclipse of this decade. The next, July 16, 2019, will be partial. On the full eclipse we will see the Moon again on 7 September, 2025.

Pictured is the full moon at eclipse in Buenos Aires, Argentina, January 21, 2019.
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