Mexico – The next 20 and 21 of January will enjoy one of the most important astronomical events of 2019, a lunar eclipse or "Moon of blood"
For our fortune will be visible from Mexico, the eclipse may be appreciated in its entirety in the last hours of that night. While in Western Europe and North West Africa you can contemplate in progress at dawn.
This phenomenon is also known as "blood moon" because this natural satellite, when passing behind the shadow of the Earth, instead of receiving sunlight adopts the red glow of the atmosphere.
The eclipse will enter fully into the initial phase at 10:41 pm in Mexico City. The entire event will be one hour and one minute and will peak at 23:12.
How to see this?
In the Mexican capital you can enjoy the naked eye, so you will not need any instruments.