This alignment means that the Moon passes through the darkest part of the Earth’s shadow, known as the umbra.
Below are six things you need to know about this month’s total lunar eclipse.
1. It takes place in the early hours of January 21, 2019
The total lunar eclipse will take part in the early hours of Monday, January 21.
The eclipse begins at 2.36am (GMT) and reaches its maximum eclipse at 5.12am. It then ends at 7.48am.
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Article source: https://www.express.co.uk/news/science/1071183/eclipse-2019-total-lunar-eclipse-super-blood-wolf-moon-january-facts