Gallery PUBLISHED: 11:12 17 July 2019 | UPDATED: 12:09 17 July 2019 Suzanne Day Incredible picture of the eclipse taken last night at 11.30pm in Shotley PICTURE: JASON HEMMINGWAY Archant Photographers from across Suffolk captured some stunning photographs of the partial lunar eclipse, which brightened up the night sky yesterday evening. A beautiful shot of the partial lunar eclipse taken last night in Shotley at 10.30pm Picture: JASON HEMMINGWAYDespite fears it might be too cloudy, the partial eclipse which turned part of the moon a rich orange colour, was seen in Ipswich, Bury St Edmunds, Martlesham and Shotley Gate. Last night was our final chance to see a partial lunar eclipse until November, 2021.Caroline Hall from Chelmondiston grabbed her camera and rushed outside to take a picture of the partial eclipse. She said: "It was lovely that it happened on the anniversary of the moon landing which I watched with fascination, but some sorrow that our … [Read more...] about Did you see the partial lunar eclipse last night?
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PARIS - Fifty years to the day since mankind launched the first mission to set foot on it, the Moon is set to treat Earthlings to a partial lunar eclipse on Tuesday. Britain's Royal Astronomical Society said in a statement the event would be visible from parts of northern Europe, Asia, Africa, South America and Western Australia. Lunar eclipses happen when the Earth gets aligned in between the Sun and the Moon. Tuesday's eclipse should see around 60 percent of the Moon's visible surface obscured by the Earth's shadow, known as the umbra, the RAS said. Best viewing conditions in Britain will be around 2230 (2130 GMT), it added. Unlike solar eclipses, lunar eclipses can be seen by the naked eye without risk of damage. Experts recommend those seeking to take photos of the phenomenon use a tripod. More than 400,000 people worked on NASA's Apollo 11 mission, which launched on July 16, 1969 and put the first humans on the Moon four days later. … [Read more...] about Lunar eclipse marks Moon landing’s 50th anniversary
Simula Enero 2019 hanggang sa kasalukuyan, mahigit 600 barko ng China ang naitalang pumapalibot at nagbabantay sa Pag-asa island sa West Philippine Sea, rebelasyon ng Western Command (WesCom) ng Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) nitong Biyernes. Hawak ng Pilipinas ang Pag-asa island, ang pinakamalaki sa mga kontroladong isla ng bansa kung nasaan ang munisipalidad ng Kalayaan. Sabi ng WesCom, naaalarma sila sa pagdagsa ng mga barko ng China dahil napakalapit na nila at hindi na umano umaalis. "The foreign vessels monitored in Pag-asa island are all Chinese fishing vessels deployed in the vicinity of the sandbar," sabi ni Lt. Col. Elpidio Factor, assistant chief ng Unified Command Staff for Intelligence ng AFP Western Command. Ayon sa WesCom, nang bilangin nila araw-araw kung ilang barko o bangka ng Tsina ang nakita na nakapalibot sa Pag-asa ay umabot ang bilang sa 657. "These vessels are considered as Chinese maritime militia and are occasionally complemented by Chinese coast … [Read more...] about Higit 600 Chinese vessels ‘pumalibot’ sa Pag-asa island simula Enero: AFP
Bumagal sa 4.4 porsiyento ang antas ng inflation, o ang pagtaas ng presyo ng mga bilihin at serbisyo, nitong Enero 2019, ayon sa Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA). Mula sa 5.1 porsiyentong inflation noong Disyembre, bumagal ito sa 4.4 porsiyento. Ito ang pinakamabagal na inflation na naitala magmula Abril 2018. Ito rin ang ikatlong sunod-sunod na buwan na bumagal ang antas ng inflation sa bansa. Ang pagbagal umano ng antas ng taas-presyo noong Enero ay idinulot ng paggalaw sa presyo ng pagkain, tabako, alak, at transportasyon. Kabilang sa pinakamalaking nag-aambag ng taas-presyo ang pagkain, pabahay, tubig, kuryente, petrolyo, mga kainan, at iba pang serbisyo. Magugunitang nagkaroon ng apat na sunod-sunod na linggong rollback noong Enero, at sinimulan ang ikalawang pagbugso ng excise tax sa ilalim ng Tax Reform for Acceleration and Inclusion Act (TRAIN) law. Pero ayon kay Civil Registrar General Lisa Grace Bersales, hindi pa ramdam ang naturang pagbugso ng buwis sa langis. Naitala … [Read more...] about Inflation ngayong Enero pinakamabagal sa loob ng 10 buwan
Dejanay Booth Detroit Free Press Published 1:11 PM EST Jan 15, 2019 Michigan and the United States will have a chance to see the first total lunar eclipse of 2019 Sunday night into Monday, but it will be bitterly cold outside. The Super Blood Moon eclipse, which received its name due to its color, is the only total lunar eclipse expected in 2019, according to NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory. A map indicated that the eclipse will be visible in North and South America, and is labeled "America's Eclipse" by Space.com. The moon will turn into a red, or blood-like, color as it passes through the Earth's shadow. According to Space.com, the total eclipse is expected to begin at 9:36 p.m. as the moon passes through the penumbra and umbra regions. It is expected to be visible at 11:41 p.m. EST, on Jan. 20, until 12:43 a.m., Jan. 21, before the moon passes through the umbra and penumbra regions again at 1:51 a.m. and 2:48 a.m., … [Read more...] about How to see the super blood moon eclipse in Michigan