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On Wednesday, residents of the Far East will be able to immediately see two rare astronomical phenomena.

On Wednesday, October 8, the second total lunar eclipse this year will occur. This was reported by Rossiyskaya Gazeta. A lunar eclipse occurs when the moon enters a cone of shadow cast by the Earth. When a natural satellite during this phenomenon fully enters the shadow of the planet, they speak of a total lunar eclipse.

As marks the site "Primgoda" residents of the European part of Russia will not be able to see this natural phenomenon, а residents of the Far East and Siberia will be able to see the total lunar eclipse in part. Residents of Vladivostok will not see the first phases of the lunar eclipse - it will begin in the evening at 19:15 local time. However, provided that the weather is clear, the townspeople will be able to observe the most exciting moments: the beginning of the total eclipse at 21:25, the maximum phase at 21:54 and the end of the total eclipse at 22:25.

Together with the eclipse, residents of the Far East will be able to observe a rare natural phenomenon - 'bloody» The moon. The Earth's satellite will turn red because of the coincidence of the eclipse with the sunrise or sunset.

In addition, 23 October this year, residents of the Earth will be able to see a partial solar eclipse. Well it will be seen in Canada and the USA. Also it can be seen in the east of Russia.

Photo: www.space.com

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