A partial moon eclipse will take place this July 16, UTC universal time, and will be visible in South America, Africa, Asia, Oceania and Europe, including Spain.
The start of the penumbra eclipse will take place at 18.44 UTC hours and will be visible in Oceania, Asia, East and Central Africa and Eastern Europe. The partial eclipse will begin at 20.02 UTC, reaching its maximum at 21.31 UTC, and ending at 22.59 UTC, being visible in Oceania, Asia, Europe, Africa and South America.
The eclipse will end on day 17 at 0.17 UTC, and may be seen in its final stages in Western Asia, Europe, Africa, South America and the eastern tip of North America, according to the National Geographic Institute (IGN).
The lunar eclipse occurs when the Earth comes between the Sun and the Moon, overshadowing our satellite in a transient way. In this case, the Earth will not cover the entire lunar hemisphere visible from our planet.
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