Moroccans can see only partial eclipses of a rare cosmic phenomenon, when the lunar eclipse occurs, or what some call the “giant bloody wolf moon.”
In some areas, Moroccans may see this eclipse partially and imperfectly. On Monday, January 21, at 2:37 GMT, the moon will enter the semi-arid region and the partial eclipse will begin at 3:35 GMT.
The total eclipse will be at 4:42 GMT, and will peak at 5:13 GMT. This total eclipse lasts an hour and two minutes, according to specialized sites.
As the lunar eclipse approaches, the unfounded predictions of science have been renewed, and religion is not documented, indicating that this rare eclipse threatens the end of the world, or the date of the day of annihilation.