New Delhi: The world will witness the longest partial lunar eclipse tomorrow. Experts stated that the eclipse would be visible from North America, South America, eastern Asia, Australia, the Pacific region, and Northeast India.
“The eclipse will be visible from any place where the moon rises above the horizon. The moon should rise above throughout the eclipse. The time zone will decide when you can view the phenomenon. According to time zone, it’ll occur earlier or later in the evening for you,” stated NASA.
The phenomenon in India will be visible from two states, including Arunachal Pradesh and Assam.
The lunar eclipse will begin at 12.48 pm and finish at 4.17 pm. The eclipse duration will be 3 hours, 28 minutes, and 24 seconds, and this duration marks it be the longest in 580 years.