First in 600 years: Longest partial lunar eclipse tomorrow

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A partial lunar eclipse will happen tomorrow, which would be the longest one in 600 years, it emerged Thursday.

According to the Pakistan Meteorological Department (PMD), the partial lunar eclipse, which is not going to be seen within the nation, will start at 11:02am and finish at 05:04pm.

The PMD’s Climate Data Processing Centre acknowledged that the lunar eclipse will likely be seen from North and South America, Australia, and elements of Europe and Asia, a lot of Europe, a lot of Asia, Australia, North/West Africa, North America, South America, Pacific, Atlantic, Indian Ocean and Arctic.

Lunar eclipse timings

  • Penumbral Eclipse begins 11:02 PST
  • Partial Eclipse begins 12:19 PST
  • Maximum Eclipse 14:03 PST
  • Partial Eclipse ends 15:47 PST
  • Penumbral Eclipse ends 17:04 PST


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