Tomorrow the Moon will be red
BUENOS AIRES, June 14, 2011
A lunar eclipse that will take place tomorrow will stain our natural satellite of orange and red and can be enjoyed by the locals from 6 am to 7 pm.
The Planetarium is preparing a special event, where from the parks boundaries people will be able to observe the phenomenon with the naked eye and telescope.
While the eclipse will be fully appreciated in Africa, Europe and Asia, our region will emerge in the eastern half of Argentina in its last stretch, which means that in the western provinces can not be enjoyed.
The lunar eclipse of March 3, 2007, changed the color of the moon to red and this is due to the refraction of sunlight in the atmosphere due to dust particles present.