On the night of 6/6 (Vietnam time), people in many countries have witnessed the amazing astronomical phenomenon called the midnight lunar eclipse.
Also known as the Strawberry Moon, this is a phenomenon that occurs when the Moon passes through a partially darkened part of the Earth (the semi-dark region), causing the Moon to be slightly darker rather than completely dark. . (Photo: Subhajit Mitra).
In Vietnam, this half-moon lunar eclipse takes place at 12:45 on June 6, reaching its peak at 2:12 and ending at 4:45. (Photo: katerina).
This phenomenon will not be seen in North America, but can be observed in Europe, Africa, Australia and many Asian countries. Many Internet users have shared images of this interesting astronomical moment. (Photo: coolstorybexx).
This is a half-moon lunar eclipse taken in Sandy Lake, Manitoba Province (Canada). According to scientists, this half-moon lunar eclipse can be difficult to observe if not timing properly. (Photo: Deb Maluk).
The lunar eclipse was taken by Twitter user Kween Katt with a Canon camera. (Photo: Kween Katt).
Photo of half-moon lunar eclipse in the city of London (UK). (Photo: Jeff overs).
The image of the moon is behind a construction in London. (Photo: Phil Verney).
Unlike eclipses, people can fully see the lunar eclipse with the naked eye. (Photo: Sabrina).
If you want to capture the lunar eclipse, you should choose places with wide viewing angle, airy, large sky, little light. (Photo: Ted Leeming and Morag Paterson).
A midnight lunar eclipse was taken at Rutland Water Lake in Rutland (England). This is the second lunar eclipse in 2020, before the first lunar eclipse took place on January 10. (Photo: Richard).
The next two lunar eclipses will take place on July 5 and November 30 respectively , but not all places in the world can observe the whole phenomenon at these two times. (Photo: Ho Tien Dat / Vietnam Designer Community).