by Rosli Mansor
A full moon eclipse is scheduled to occur on November 8, 2022 (Tuesday) starting at 16:02 and ending at 21:56 local time.
People in Malaysia will have the opportunity to witness the phenomenon when the moon begins to rise from the eastern horizon and begins to enter a full eclipse phase for the people of Sabah and Sarawak.
While for most areas in the Peninsula, the phenomenon will only begin to be seen during the maximum eclipse phase until the penumbral eclipse phase ends at 21:56:08.
Therefore, observers are advised to be in an area that does not have obstacles in the east such as a high area or a beach facing east so that they can witness the eclipse as early as possible.
This phenomenon can be seen as a whole in Asia, Australia, North and South America as well as parts of northern and eastern Europe.