Romanians will witness a spectacular phenomenon on June 15: a total Moon eclipse visible from any point in the country provided the sky is clear. The next total Moon eclipse visible from Romania will take place four years from now. The eclipse will start at 8.24 PM, the Moon’s contact with the Earth’s penumbra starting from the Moon disk’s eastern area. The phenomenon will become visible in Romania around 9 PM (8.50 – 9.10 PM depending on location). The Moon will be completely covered by the Earth’s shadow at 10.22 PM. The eclipse will last 1 hour and 40 minutes, its peak taking place at 11.12 PM when the Moon will be closest to the Earth shadow cone’s axis.