Lunar Eclipse Singapore
December 10, 2011 by staff
Some moongazers were happy to use telescopes offered by the local astronomical community, Singastro.
A total eclipse only happens during a full moon. It occurs when the moon passes through the Earth’s shadow.
Channel NewsAsia’s camera crew caught the very start of the celestial event, around 7.30pm, when the bottom left of the moon started to darken.
The eclipse can also be seen in other parts of the world, from Alaska to Central Asia and Australia.
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