Этой ночью произошло полное лунное затмение

16 Июня 2011, 10:40

A portion of the moon crossing into the Earth's shadow is seen from Nice during a total lunar eclipse, on June 15, 2011. AFP PHOTO / VALERY HACHE
A portion of the moon crossing into the Earth's shadow is seen from Nice during a total lunar eclipse, on June 15, 2011. AFP PHOTO / VALERY HACHE
A portion of the moon crosses into the Earth's shadow seen from Siliguri on West Bengal state on June 16, 2011. Astronomers in parts of Europe, Africa, Central Asia and Australia were hoping for clear skies on June 15 to enjoy a total lunar eclipse, the first of 2011 and the longest in nearly 11 years. AFP PHOTO/ DIPTENDU DUTTA
A portion of the moon is illuminated as it crosses into the earth's shadow, viewed from Riyadh, the capital of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, on June 15, 2011. Astronomers in parts of Europe, Africa, Central Asia and Australia were hoping for clear skies on June 15 to enjoy a total lunar eclipse, the first of 2011 and the longest in nearly 11 years. AFP PHOTO/FAYEZ NURELDINE
The moon is partially covered as a lunar eclipse gets underway, as seen from the Philippine Observatory in Manila before dawn on June 16, 2011Astronomers in parts of Europe, Africa, Central Asia and Australia were hoping for clear skies on Wednesday to enjoy a total lunar eclipse, the first of 2011 and the longest in nearly 11 years. A total lunar eclipse occurs when Earth casts its shadow over the Moon. The lunar face can sometimes turn reddish, coppery-brown or orange, tinged by light from the Sun that refracts as it passes through our atmosphere. AFP PHOTO / JAY DIRECTO
This picture taken on June 15, 2011 in the National Park of the volcano Teide (3718m of altitude) shows the moon during a lunar eclipse, on the Spanish canary island of Tenerife. Astronomers in parts of Europe, Africa, Central Asia and Australia were hoping for clear skies on Wednesday to enjoy a total lunar eclipse, the first of 2011 and the longest in nearly 11 years. A total lunar eclipse occurs when Earth casts its shadow over the Moon. The lunar face can sometimes turn reddish, coppery-brown or orange, tinged by light from the Sun that refracts as it passes through our atmosphere. AFP PHOTO/ DESIREE MARTIN
This picture taken on June 15, 2011 in the National Park of the volcano Teide (3718m of altitude) shows the moon during a lunar eclipse, on the Spanish canary island of Tenerife. Astronomers in parts of Europe, Africa, Central Asia and Australia were hoping for clear skies on Wednesday to enjoy a total lunar eclipse, the first of 2011 and the longest in nearly 11 years. A total lunar eclipse occurs when Earth casts its shadow over the Moon. The lunar face can sometimes turn reddish, coppery-brown or orange, tinged by light from the Sun that refracts as it passes through our atmosphere. AFP PHOTO/ DESIREE MARTIN
This combination of 10 pictures put together in photoshop and taken on June 15, 2011 in the National Park of the volcano Teide (3718m of altitude) shows the moon during a total lunar eclipse, on the Spanish canary island of Tenerife. Astronomers in parts of Europe, Africa, Central Asia and Australia were hoping for clear skies on Wednesday to enjoy a total lunar eclipse, the first of 2011 and the longest in nearly 11 years. A total lunar eclipse occurs when Earth casts its shadow over the Moon. The lunar face can sometimes turn reddish, coppery-brown or orange, tinged by light from the Sun that refracts as it passes through our atmosphere. AFP PHOTO/ DESIREE MARTIN
A portion of the moon crosses into the Earth's shadow seen above a head of the Red Army soldier's sculpture, a part of a monument to the Soviet founder Vladimir Lenin, in the southern Russian city of Stavropol, late on June 15, 2011. Astronomers in parts of Europe, Africa, Central Asia and Australia were hoping for clear skies on June 15 to enjoy a total lunar eclipse, the first of 2011 and the longest in nearly 11 years. AFP PHOTO / DANIL SEMYONOV
A picture shows the moon during a total lunar eclipse in the Israeli coastal city of Tel Aviv on June 15, 2011. AFP PHOTO/JACK GUEZ
A picture shows the moon during a total lunar eclipse in the Israeli coastal city of Tel Aviv on June 15, 2011. AFP PHOTO/JACK GUEZ
A picture shows the moon during a total lunar eclipse in the Israeli coastal city of Tel Aviv on June 15, 2011. AFP PHOTO/JACK GUEZ
A portion of the moon crosses into the Earth's shadow seen from Srinagar, the summer capital of Indian Kashmir, on June 16, 2011. Astronomers in parts of Europe, Africa, Central Asia and Australia were hoping for clear skies on June 15 to enjoy a total lunar eclipse, the first of 2011 and the longest in nearly 11 years. AFP PHOTO / Tauseef MUSTAFA
The moon rises over the Israeli coastal city of Tel Aviv before a total lunar eclipse on June 15, 2011. AFP PHOTO/JACK GUEZ
A picture shows the moon rising over the Israeli coastal city of Tel Aviv before the start of a total lunar eclipse on June 15, 2011. AFP PHOTO/JACK GUEZ
A combination of pictures taken in Islamabad shows the moon in various stages of a total lunar eclipse on June 16, 2011. Astronomers in parts of Europe, Africa, Central Asia and Australia enjoy a total lunar eclipse today, the first of 2011 and the longest in nearly 11 years. A total lunar eclipse occurs when Earth casts its shadow over the Moon. The lunar face can sometimes turn reddish, coppery-brown or orange, tinged by light from the Sun that refracts as it passes through our atmosphere. AFP PHOTO/ AAMIR QURESHI
A portion of the moon crosses into the Earth's shadow is seen from Srinagar, the summer capital of Indian Kashmir, on June 16, 2011. Astronomers in parts of Europe, Africa, Central Asia and Australia were hoping for clear skies on June 15 to enjoy a total lunar eclipse, the first of 2011 and the longest in nearly 11 years. AFP PHOTO/ ROUF BHAT
A portion of the moon crosses into the Earth's shadow is seen from Srinagar, the summer capital of Indian Kashmir, on June 16, 2011. Astronomers in parts of Europe, Africa, Central Asia and Australia were hoping for clear skies on June 15 to enjoy a total lunar eclipse, the first of 2011 and the longest in nearly 11 years. AFP PHOTO/ ROUF BHAT
A picture shows the moon during a total lunar eclipse in Pakistan's central city of Multan on June 16, 2011. Astronomers in parts of Europe, Africa, Central Asia and Australia enjoy a total lunar eclipse today, the first of 2011 and the longest in nearly 11 years. A total lunar eclipse occurs when Earth casts its shadow over the Moon. The lunar face can sometimes turn reddish, coppery-brown or orange, tinged by light from the Sun that refracts as it passes through our atmosphere. AFP PHOTO/ S.S. MIRZA
A picture shows the moon during a total lunar eclipse in the Israeli coastal city of Tel Aviv on June 15, 2011. AFP PHOTO/JACK GUEZ
A picture shows the moon during a total lunar eclipse in the Iranian capital Tehran on June 15, 2011. AFP PHOTO/BEHROUZ MEHRI
A picture shows the moon during a total lunar eclipse in the Iranian capital Tehran on June 15, 2011. AFP PHOTO/BEHROUZ MEHRI

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