According tomedia CNET news, the rare “wolf moon” lunar eclipse will come this weekend. “Wolf Moon” is used to describe the full moon that appears in January. The “Wolf Moon”, which led to the January 11 thing edition, is a half-shadow lunar eclipse, an astronomical spectacle that is visible mainly in Europe, Africa, Asia and Australia.
A half-shadow eclipse may not be as noticeable as a total lunar eclipse, a phenomenon that refers to the moon’s passage through the Earth’s “half shadow” as it orbits the Earth. During the celestial event, you may notice that the moon darkens slightly. This is a subtle effect, requiring telescopes to observe significant changes.
Enthusiasts can watch the eclipse online through the Virtual Telescope Project, which will show the half-shadow lunar eclipse in Rome’s night sky (10th local time). The next semi-shadow lunar eclipse that can be observed will be June 6.