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Total lunar eclipse over Thailand on Jan 31

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Full moon (Super Moon) in Thailand

Full moon (Super Moon) in Thailand. Photo: kasabubu (Pixabay).


This year’s first total lunar eclipse will occur on Jan 31, a rare “Super Blue Blood Moon”, and be visible nationwide weather permitting.

The moon will be full and the total phase of the eclipse will be seen, beginning in the eastern sky at 7.51pm and ending at 9.07pm, Saran Poshyachinda, executive director of National Astronomical Research Institute of Thailand, said on Thursday.

Full story: Bangkok Post

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