- 1 Just in, or close to, the penumbral phase of the eclipse when the moon rises at 8:20.
2 Partial eclipse starts around 9:24
3 Enters totality around 10:30
4 Peak eclipse at 11:21
5 Exit totality at 00:13
6 Partial eclipse ends 01:19
7 Finally exit the penumbral phase at 02:28
I cannot guarantee these times. It is possible that the moon may appear darker and redder than usual due to the large number of wildfires that have been raging all round the world. It's even possible that it could disappear altogether if the pollution is high enough. Note that this is not a function of the level of pollution over Greece but the level over geographic areas where light from the sun is passing tangentially through the atmosphere and being refracted and scattered.
I think the effect is most impressive when the moon is close to the horizon so if you can get in a position where the moon rises from behind some hills you have a better chance of seeing it rise while in totality. In a flat area it will be a bit above the horizon when it reaches totality. Still worth seeing.