National Astronomical Research Institute of Thailand (NARIT) calls not to miss the last of this year a total lunar eclipse that will occur on 8 October. Following a similar phenomenon, according to forecasts, will be seen only 4 April 2015.
Partial eclipse will last from 15:15 to 20:33 hours and from 17:25 to complete 18:24 local time.
Watch this phenomenon will be all over Thailand, live broadcasts take place in the provinces of Chiang Mai, Nakhon Ratchasima and Chachoengsao. Besides wanting to be able to see the total lunar eclipse on the site NARIT.
Lunar eclipse - astronomical phenomenon when the moon is full or in part is includes in the shadow region of the Earth. A total lunar eclipse can be seen in half throughout our planet. However, even during a total eclipse of the moon will not disappear, but rather becomes dark red, because even with a blackout at her fall scattered rays of sunlight.