Red Moon can be seen from Ecuador at 02H45 of Tuesday
Posted On 14 Apr 2014
The early hours of April 15th the moon will have a red tonality, a phenomenon that occurs very rarely.
Scientific explanations for what will happen is that the moon will enter a phase of shadow caused by the Earth due to the sun’s rays that will make refraction in the atmosphere.
Fred Espenak, NASA expert said the lunar eclipse will last 78 minutes and that the populations of North America and western South America may be privileged to see the phenomenon in its splendor.
The most impressive moment of the eclipse, according to predictions by NASA will be at 07.45 GMT (02H45 Ecuador time.)