On Tuesday (July 16) and Wednesday (July 17), a partial lunar eclipse will be visible from several parts of the world including India.
In India, people will be able to witness the partial starting from 12.13 am on 17 July. At 1.31 am, it will transition into a partial lunar eclipse and it will reach maximum eclipse at 3 am. Followed by it will again enter into penumbral lunar eclipse after the partial lunar eclipse ends at 4.29 am. Finally, the penumbral lunar eclipse will end at 5.47 am. The entire lunar eclipse will be active for 5 hours and 34 minutes while the partial lunar eclipse will be running for a total duration of 2 hours and 58 minutes.
Apart from India, the eclipse would also be visible in Asia’s most places, Europe, Africa, Australia and South America.
It may be mentioned here that the next lunar eclipse will occur on January 10, 2020, followed by three more in the year.
The next total lunar eclipse will take place on May 26, 2021.