Arab weather - Yesterday night (Sunday / Monday) the earth witnessed a total eclipse of the moon, which was witnessed by the residents of the regions on the night side of the earth, in both the Americas, Africa and Europe, where the peak of the eclipse was around seven in the morning Mecca time, and therefore most Arab countries ( In the east) you were unable to view the total phase of the eclipse because the moon was already set below the horizon.
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These are scenes from around the world of the phase of the total lunar eclipse on the night of May 15-16, 2022:
(Photo of the total phase of the lunar eclipse - from Canada)
(Photo of the total phase of the lunar eclipse - from Turkey)
(Image of the total phase of the lunar eclipse and its transformation into red/orange)
(Image of the pre-total phase of the lunar eclipse and its beginning to turn red/orange - from Reno in the US state of Nevada)
(Picture of the partial eclipse stage over Manhattan in New York City, USA)
(The moon rises over New York City behind the Empire State Building before an eclipse begins)
These are the phases that the moon passed through during the total eclipse, and the time of each phase is in Eastern Summer Time (EDT), i.e. 7 hours later than Makkah Al-Mukarramah time (the peak was 7:11 am Mecca time):
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