The longest partial lunar eclipse will be tomorrow.

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A partial lunar eclipse will occur tomorrow, the longest lunar eclipse in 600 years, it came to light on Thursday.

According to the Pakistan Meteorological Department (PMD), the partial lunar eclipse, which will not be visible in the country, will start at 11:02 a.m. and end at 5:04 p.m.

The lunar eclipse was observed from North and South America, Australia, and parts of Europe and Asia, most of Europe, Asia, Australia, North / West Africa, North America, South America, the PMD’s Climate Data Processing Center said. Will be able to go Pacific Ocean, Atlantic Ocean, Indian Ocean and Arctic

Lunar eclipse times

  • Penumbral Eclipse 11:02 PST begins.
  • Partial lunar eclipse will start at 12:19 PST.
  • Maximum lunar eclipse 14:03 PST
  • The partial lunar eclipse will end at 15:47 PST.
  • Penumbral Eclipse will end at 17:04 PST.



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