August 7, 2017: Awesome and rare phenomenon for sky-gazers. Full moon and partial Lunar Eclipse. Fully visible in Greece.
The eclipse affected 25% of the lunar disk
Part of the moon was already a little darkened when the moon rose in the sky.
The Moon rose is at 08:23 p.m. local time in the East-South-East.
The peak of the partial eclipse was at 09:22 p.m.
It was over at 10:18 p.m., when the Moon moved away from the shadow of the Earth.
Video: full moon and lunar eclipse over Cape Sounion
Seen from Aeropagitou street in front of the Acropolis Museum
— ANA-MPA news (@amna_newseng) August 7, 2017
Over the Aegean Sea
Φωτογραφίζοντας την πανσέληνο στο Αιγαίο… pic.twitter.com/aFmp2MkqF8
— Yiota Filou (@YiotaFilou) August 7, 2017
Full moon with austerity cuts
— Aris Koutsioukis (@ArisKoutsioukis) August 7, 2017
In Thessaloniki, we had lunar eclipse due to cloudiness.
— mel ☀ (@meleorr) August 7, 2017
cloud or the partial eclipse they told about?
— Sunny Girl (@sunnygirl_GR) August 7, 2017
We don’t gaze at the moon, we create it #fullmoon
— GioDim_ (@tou_diaolou) August 7, 2017