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PARTIAL LUNAR ECLIPSE AND BLUE MOON EXCITES MORE THE NEW YEARS EVE IN THE PHILIPPINES




A combination of blue moon phenomena and a partial lunar eclipse makes more 2009 yearender exciting.

Blue moon a term used when moon becomes 100% illuminated happens twice in a month a rare occurrence as full moon happens once every month (approximately 29 and a half days apart). The last full moon happens last Dec 2 of this year and become full again on Dec 31. Together with this, a partial lunar eclipse which will be visible over Asia, Africa, Australia and Europe expected to happens, however, a tiny sliver of the Moon will be in the Earth's umbra shadow, but there should be a distinct darkening visible over the Moon's surface at greatest eclipse. Here in Manila, it will be observe on Jan 1, between 1.17am and 5.28am. It will start at 1.17am when the moon starts to pass the penumbra shadow of the Earth, however, the eclipse could only be observed when the moon starts passing the umbra (the darkest part of a shadow) at 2.53am until the maximum phase at 3.24am and will leave the Earth's umbra shadow at 4.53am. The partial lunar eclipse will end as moon exits the penumbra shadow at 5.28am before moonset.

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