There spring It is already there and, with it, two eclipses arrive: lunar eclipseof penumbral type, and another of Sun, which is expected in total. This isn’t the only thing that will appear in the sky. As for the constellations, at the beginning of spring some constellations typical of winter can be seen at dusk, such as Orion, Canis Major or Gemini, and as the season advances they will approach the Sun and give way to constellations more characteristic of spring. .

This way, Leo will stand out, with its striking inverted question mark shape ending in the star Regulus; Virgo, with the shining ear and the Mountain Dog, with the red star Arthur. Other phenomena of astronomical interest in spring are the meteor showers of the words the maximum of which is expected around April 22, and the Eta Aquarids around May 5. The first, the lyrids, will not be clearly visible in the sky this year, since “their maximum will occur very close to the April full moon”, notes IGN. Yes, the Eta Aquarids, from fragments of comet 1/P Halley, will be easier to appreciate.

When is there a full moon in March?

THE full moon phases will be held on March 25he April 24 and May 23.

How to see the lunar eclipse

He lunar eclipse, of penumbral type, will take place on March 25. However, it can only be observed in America. Sol’s will take place on April 8 and will be seen from North and Central America, according to the National Astronomical Observatory (NAO). In Spain, the solar eclipse will be partially visible in the far west of the Canary Islands and the far northwest of the peninsula, but with very low magnitudes.

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