Dubai, The longest lunar eclipse of this century will be seen in Dubai on July 27. Officials said that during the eclipse, the moon will be in the shade of earth for about four hours. This eclipse can be clearly seen in at least three continents.
According to the Dubai Astronomy Group, this will be the longest eclipse of the century, which will be approximately one hour and 43 minutes. During this ‘blood moon’ will appear.
‘Blood Moon’ is called the ‘ring’ of the moon which will be formed during the full moon eclipse. Partial lunar eclipse will be two hours twelve minutes (22:24 to late night 2:19) while the full moon eclipse will be one hour and 43 minutes (23:30 to late 1:13).