15 Jun '11, 8pm

Lunar Eclipse Tonight: How to Watch It

Lunar Eclipse Tonight: How to Watch It

The moment of lunar eclipse will begin at 1:24 p.m. EDT and end around 7 p.m. EDT, peaking at 4:12 p.m. EDT. This eclipse is said to last an hour and 40 minutes, which makes it a long one since the last time one made it to that time was in July 2000, when it occurred for 7 minutes longer. If you’re planning to view the eclipse and live in North America, you’re out of luck. As the full eclipse will only be visible from the eastern half of Africa, eastern Brazil, Uruguay, Argentina, the Middle East, Central Asia and western Australia. Europe will miss out on the beginning of it because it’s below the horizon, while Eastern Asia, eastern Australia and New Zealand will miss out on the end of it.

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