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The last lunar eclipse of this year will occur next Tuesday, the eighth.According to the information of NASA, the US space agency, the astronomical phenomenon in which the moon enters the shadow of the Earth will be visible in North America, Central America, Ecuador and other parts. From Asia and Oceania. In Brazil, only Acre residents will be able to partially see this phenomenon. Residents of other Brazilian states will be able to follow the lunar eclipse online, although the moon will likely be darker in some areas.

The Lowell Observatory of the Astronomical Institute, in Arizona, USA, will be broadcasting this phenomenon live on its YouTube channel, starting at 6 a.m. (Brasilia time). A total lunar eclipse is expected at 6:17 a.m. To continue, simply sign up.

The Time and Date Gateway predicts that the phenomenon in Acre, near the border with Peru, will have its maximum estimated proximity at 4:57 a.m. (Brasilia time).

Through the website, it will be possible to follow the transmission in real time from 6 a.m. (Brazilian time), which is conducted using a mobile observatory in Roswell, New Mexico.

It is also possible to follow the phenomenon with transmissions from the Griffith Observatory in California, scheduled to begin at 5 a.m. (Brasilia time).

Through social networks, NASA also provides guidance on when a solar eclipse can be best observed from each location.

Unlike a solar eclipse, the observer does not need to wear sunglasses. However, an endoscope can help improve vision. This year’s first lunar eclipse occurred in May, with a schedule that includes Ibirapuera Park from the night of the 15th to the 16th.

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