Tonight is a 99.6% full moon but coincidentally, there will also be a penumbral lunar eclipse at dawn tomorrow which means part of the moon’s surface being brightened by the sun’s rays will be blocked by the Earth’s shadow and if the weather permits, will be visible in Cagayan de Oro City, Philippines.
Based on timeanddate.com, the eclipse that will be observed in Cagayan de Oro will start at 1:07AM, January 11, 2020 with a maximum coverage at 3:10AM and will end at 5:12AM or a duration of 4 hours and 5 minutes.
Check out some photos of the full moon tonight.
Just a couple of weeks ago, a rare annular eclipse occurred. Read links below.