USA Today has reported that eclipse will be visible in eastern North and South America, Europe, Africa and western Asia. Considering an abundance of snow can make hunting a bit hard, some also called February's full moon the "Hunger Moon".
The penumbral lunar eclipse is visible almost worldwide, except for in Hawaii, Australia, New Zealand and countries along the coast of the Pacific in east Asia. Known as a penumbral eclipse, the moon will fall behind the outer edges, or penumbra, of Earth's shadow instead of directly in the center.
"Well the moon is nearly going to go into the Earth's shadow". The moon won't be blacked out like in a full eclipse.
Tomorrow, Friday February 10 2017 is shaping up to be a special night for anyone who likes to take a break from reality and look up at the stars.
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During the full moon skywatchers will see a "penumbral" lunar eclipse.
The other cosmic display we'll have in the sky is the viewing of Comet 45P/Honda-Mrkos-Pajdušáková, or just "45P".
According to Dr. Jan Dobias, an astronomy professor at CSUN, it will not be easy to see the penumbral lunar eclipse since it begins at 2:34 p.m. and ends at 6:53 p.m.
A "triple celestial" is expected, with a lunar eclipse, a full moon and a comet all expected to appear in the skies. The chunk of rock, dust and ice is visible to the naked eye only once every five and a quarter years. It has been visible since December 2016 and is said to be at the closest distance of about 7.4 million miles from Earth since 2011.