Second lunar eclipse of the year will take place tomorrow

The second complete lunar eclipse of the year will take place tomorrow (Tuesday) and will be seen in most countries of the world but it will be partially visible in some areas of Pakistan.

The lunar eclipse will be visible in Northern and Eastern Europe, Asia, North America, most parts of South America and Antarctica.

The eclipse will start at 1:02 pm on Tuesday, but at that time the sun will be shining in the country at full. While the complete lunar eclipse will start at around 4 pm, due to which it will not be possible to observe this complete lunar eclipse in Pakistan but it will be possible to see the partial lunar eclipse in different parts of the country in the evening.

The most prominent lunar eclipse will be seen in Gilgit and the least/partial lunar eclipse will be seen in Karachi.

In Pakistan, the lunar eclipse will start from Gilgit where it will take place at 4:57 pm. Here the duration of the lunar eclipse will be one hour and 52 minutes. It will also be the most prominent sight of the eclipse which will be about 74 percent.

In Islamabad, the lunar eclipse will start at 5:06pm, where it will be 61 percent visible and the duration of the eclipse will be one hour and 50 minutes.

In Lahore, the lunar eclipse will start at 5:05pm and will continue for one hour and 51 minutes. There will be about 63 percent coverage. In Karachi, it will start at 5:46pm and its coverage will be only 0.88 percent.

The lunar eclipse will take place at 5:52pm in Peshawar, 5:38pm in Quetta and 5:01pm in Muzaffarabad.

The next total lunar eclipse will have to wait until March 2025.

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