I hope you are looking forward to the upcoming lunar eclipse, which will be visible in at lease great part of Europe and I am sure also elsewhere. These are the times for the lunar eclipse I could get from an article on BBC website
moon starts entering "half-shadow" 00:11:47
moon starts entering "full shadow" 01:07:11
full eclipse commences 02:11:10
full eclipse ends 03:23:05
moon ends leaving "full shadow" 04:27:03
moon leaves "full shadow" 05:22:27
(times are in UTC, so add 1 hour for BST or do the necessary adjustment for your respective time zone)
At the same time, I just thought -- the lunar eclipse can only happen at full moon -- so when exactly the full moon is?
My problem now is, that my GW-9300 is in repair (that will warrant a separate thread once I have the time to write the full story! and no, it's actually not in repair any more but -- guess where -- in a Parcelforce depot! it seems always when I need a watch most, it happens to be in that damned depot! at least this time it's inland so no "custom charges" are in play).
So I am wondering, those of you who wear watches with moon phase -- what "moon age" does it show today and what time zone are you in? From this and this online sources I would figure out that the full moon would happen at approx. 03:45 UTC?