Indonesian people have a rare opportunity to see a partial lunar eclipse which will take place tomorrow, Saturday, June 25, 2010 from 17:15 o'clock pm until 20:00 pm.
Lunar eclipse will be partial to the point at 18:40 pm.
"The moon itself will rise at around 17:40 pm so when terbitpun already eclipse," said Head of Bosscha Observatory, Judge sloth, Friday, June 25, 2010.
Judge explains lunar eclipse will last about two hours. Maximum point of 50 percent month on the earth's shadow at 18:40 pm.
Earth's shadow gradually leave the moon at 20:00 pm. According to the Judge in a state if the weather is sunny then the public can clearly see the partial lunar eclipse. Partial lunar eclipse will occur on the eastern horizon of the earth. "It could be seen with the naked eye in the eastern horizon," he said.
Partial lunar eclipse (half) will occur on Saturday (26 / 6). Eclipse can be witnessed by the public from 17:15 pm until 20:00 pm. Lunar eclipse will reach the point at 18:40 am partial. Moon will rise at around 17:40 am, thus appeared to have occurred during an eclipse. This was stated Chief Judge Bosscha Observatory sit in Bandung, West Java, Friday (25 / 6).
The judge said the partial lunar eclipse will last about two hours with a maximum point of 50 percent month on the earth's shadow at 18:40 pm. "The shadow of the earth gradually leave the month at 20:00 am," said Judge.
According to the Judge, if the weather is sunny community can clearly see this partial eclipse of the moon. Partial lunar eclipse, said the judge, will occur on the eastern horizon of the earth. "When viewed with the naked eye in the eastern horizon," said Judge.
Although not as often as eclipses of the sun, but partial lunar eclipse events, including rare events in Indonesia. This year's partial lunar eclipse occurs only twice, namely on June 26, 2010 and December 21, 2010. "The cycle or the cycle 18 years. This year the only country in partnership with Indonesia lintangnya lines can view this eclipse," said Judge