The face of the ‘Night Goddess’ will change in appearance and form and it will suck the enthusiasm of astronomers so that they make a schedule to make observations lunar eclipse nor sun until next November.
EIGHT reported that this year there were four eclipses. Namely the Partial Solar Eclipse that took place on April 30-1 May 2022.
Then, the Total Lunar Eclipse, 15-16 May 2022, Partial Solar Eclipse, 25 October 2022 and Total Lunar Eclipse, 8 November 2022,
Total Lunar Eclipse Phenomenon (GBT) occurred on May 14-16, 2022.
This total lunar eclipse will peak on May 16, 2022 at 04.11 UT or 11.11 WIB.