Stargazers around the world-with the exception of North America-will be able to catch at least a partial glimpse of the July 2018 lunar eclipse during the almost four hours it will be visible in the sky. The eclipse will be visible all across the globe, except North America. The eclipse will last one hour and 43 minutes with Africa, the Middle East and southern Asia having the best viewing window, according to AccuWeather.
The entire celestial event will last more than six hours, according to NASA.
A lunar eclipse only occurs when the sun, earth, and moon are aligned when our planet's satellite passes directly behind the Earth into its umbra (shadow).
The only light reflected from the lunar surface has been refracted by Earth's atmosphere.
Fans should be quick if they want to catch it, because it'll be your last chance to see one from the United Kingdom until January next year. Once totally immersed, it turns to a deep red colour. Everyone on the night side of Earth will see the eclipse together from 4.24am (AEST) with the total eclipse starting at 5.30am (AEST). However, the partial eclipse will be visible for nearly four hours. Lunar Eclipse is also tied strongly to Astrology, and since its a complete immersion not seen before this century, astrologers have pointed out that it could have an extreme effect on people with Gemini Zodiac sign.
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Alas, none of it will be visible in North America.
The total lunar eclipse will be fully visible in Delhi. However, the Greeks believed in the scientific understanding of the eclipse and how the Moon passes directly behind Earth and into its shadow. This eclipse will also be the longest eclipse we have had this century! The brighter Mars will remain very close to the eclipsed Moon in the sky on July 27-28 and can be spotted very easily with the naked eye. At the moment when the French will see the full moon appear, she will be already taking reddish colors.
Tune in starting at 2:24p.m. (Jacksonville time) to see the partial eclipse. And on July 31, the Red Planet will be the closest to Earth that it's been since 2003.