Next Monday, November 30th it will be the fourth and final lunar eclipse of the year.
This time it is a lunar eclipse of the Moon, which will be visible there America, Asia and the Ocean.
The penumbral eclipse it has a slight darkening of the surface The moon.
When to see?
The last lunar eclipse is set to close. It will be early in the morning Monday, Nov. 30, at 1:30 a.m. from downtown Mexico.
What is an eclipse?
A lunar eclipse occurs when the Earth is between the Sun and the Moon and the planet creates a shadow cone.
It should be noted that there are three types of lunar eclipses: partial, the Moon is partially in shadow; Generally, the Moon remains in the umbra cone created by the earth, and the penumbra, when it partially blocks the sunlight reflected by the Earth.