The astronomical event will take place midnight on January 20, 2019 and at 21:00 a.m.
According to the Observatory of Astronomy at the University of Nariño, there will be a total lunar eclipse at midnight on January 20 and January 21, 2019 during the first hours of the sun.
The announcements are for the city of Pasto, so they could be changed to other countries.
During the full phase of the eclipse, the moon will have a dark color, as the Earth's atmosphere rays on the rays of the sun's rays, while the earth between the Sun and Moon is in the eclipse. If the sky is foggy, it will not be possible to see the eclipse.
As the observation explains in a statement, the dark moon corresponds to the deepest shadow of the moon on the crust and is called umbrella. Gray-colored rings are the shadows that project the earth, and it's called penumbra, and it's a shadow that creates the whole phase.
Alberto Quijano Vodniza, Director of the Observatory, says "Penumbral eclipse (unlikely to be seen by non-experienced people) will shrink a bit of our natural satellite lighting, and in the partial phase of the eclipse, the lunar disk will become similar to the moon in a painful phase and will gradually diminish In the full eclipse, the discs will wear reddish (a signal that entered Luna Umbra completely). After completing the eclipse, the moon will "retrieve" the original shape, the event will end with a penumbral eclipse. " (2019, year of eclipses)
Here are the approximate schedules:
The Penumbral Eclipse begins: January 20, 2014 – Time: 21:36
Penumbral Eclipse maximum: January 20/2019 – Time: 22:32
Development of partial eclipse: January 20, 2014 – Time: 22:44
Partial Middle Eclipse: January 20, 2014 – Time: 23:18
Start Eclipse Total (dark moon): January 20, 2014 – Time: 23:47
Full eclipse in the middle: January 21, 2014 – Time: 00:22
Total Eclipse ends: January 21, 2014 – Time: 00:40
Partial Eclipse of the Second Stage: January 21, 2014 – Time: 01:09
Eclipse Penumbral Second stage: January 21, 2014 – Time: 01:49