Posted 25 April 2013
|Penumbral lunar eclipse begins||4:01 am||2:01 am|
|Partial lunar eclipse begins||5:51 am||3:51 am|
|Mid-eclipse||6:07 am||4:07 am|
|Partial lunar eclipse ends||6:23 am||4:23 am|
|Penumbral lunar eclipse ends||8:13 am||6:13 am|
Western Australia is best placed to see tomorrow mornings partial lunar eclipse which is the first for 2013. 2013’s two other lunar eclipses are not visible from Australia. Only 0.02% of the Moon will enter the darkest part of the Earth’s shadow making the partial phase difficult to detect.