(Marketingmagazine.com.my) – Malaysians will have the opportunity to observe a penumbral lunar eclipse phenomenon which is expected to occur tonight, March 23.
According to a statement released by the National Space Agency Head of Corporate Communications , Wan Hakimah Abd Rahim, the eclipse would occur from 7.21 pm when the moon begins rising until 9.55 pm when the moon has moved completely out of the Earth’s penumbra (shadow).
“The lunar eclipse on Wednesday (March 23) will be the first lunar eclipse this year,” she said.
It was also disclosed that the agency and the Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation with the cooperation of Starfield Instruments Supply would organise the Penumbral Lunar Eclipse observation programme for the public at the National Planetarium today starting at 7.30 pm.
Several telescopes will be provided for the lunar eclipse and Jupiter observation purposes, but members of the public are encouraged to bring their own telescopes. – Bernama
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