The longest lunar eclipse

May 16, 2018
The longest lunar eclipse The longest lunar eclipse

An appointment with the longest lunar eclipse, and may not recur in the coming decades, according to the "Independent" British, will last for an hour and 43 minutes.

The eclipse is expected to reach its peak at 8:22 am GMT on July 27.

The most exposed areas of this astronomical phenomenon will be the Middle East, Africa, India, Australia and Eastern Europe, while the rest of the globe will be visible but less.

The reason for this long eclipse is that the moon will pass through the center of the Earth's shadow, and will thus be on a single line behind the globe and the sun.

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