By Joe Gerrard •
Published: 31 Dec 2018 • 13:55
A TOTAL eclipse of the Moon is due to take place this month, and it will be visible from Spain according to the country’s National Geographic Institute (IGN).
The eclipse is due to begin at around around 3.35am on the morning of Monday January 21. It is set to last just over an hour, according to the IGN.
The phenomenon will be most visible in the western part of Spain, with little to no visibility expected in the Balearic Islands.
The eclipse will be visible from Western Europe, parts of the Americas and the Pacific.
There are due to be five eclipses this year, two of which will be visible from Spain.
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