Lunar Eclipse to be seen in Pakistan on Monday

Lunar Eclipse to be seen in Pakistan on Monday

Lunar Eclipse to be seen in Pakistan on Monday

A lunar eclipse will occur on the night of August 7, continuing until early the next morning, and will be visible in India and all over Asia, Europe, and Africa. Instead, observers can see only the slightest dimming near the lunar limb closest to the umbra. The partial phase will last almost for 1 hour and 55 minutes. The central part of the eclipse zone, where the moon is at the meridian when the eclipse occurs, will be over Central Asia and India. [Image by by Ethan Miller/Getty Images] A partial lunar eclipse, as it appears in Texas in 2007. Lunar eclipse is discernible from a large part of the Earth.

Lunar eclipses also have the advantage of being visible from the entire hemisphere of the Earth where the Moon is above the horizon, rather than being most impressive along a narrow track.

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The August 7 lunar eclipse is associated with the upcoming major August 21 solar eclipse.

The eclipse will start at 8:50pm August 7 (Monday) and end at 1.51am August 8 (Tuesday), according to Pakistan time.

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