T The moon will turn red in the early hours of Monday morning when Britain experiences its last complete lunar eclipse for 10 years. The moon began to darken at 2.35 am with a full eclipse beginning at 4.40 am. He will be free from the earth shadow from 7.49 hours.
This is the last chance for UK observers to see a full lunar eclipse in its entirety by 2029.
Total lunar eclipse occurs when the Earth passes right between the Sun and the Moon creating a shadow that stops the sun's rays reaching the lunar surface.
Viewers can expect the moon to begin to darken slowly before it becomes red when it is fully captured in the shadow of the Earth. dark red, almost disappearing from …