Residents in Australia will be able to see the lunar eclipse as the moon sets, while those in eastern Brazil and western Europe can see it as the moon is rising. But if you live in South America, eastern Africa, the Middle East and central Asia, you're in luck.
The total eclipse on Friday July 27 will be the longest of the 21st century - from 2001 until 2100 - spanning one hour, 42 minutes and 57 seconds.
Taken together, this celestial event will last about an hour and 43 minutes, but a partial Eclipse before and after totality will last an hour and six minutes.
A lunar eclipse happens when the moon passes directly behind the earth and the moon is eclipsed by the shadow of the earth.
A super blue blood moon rises over Michmoret, Israel, Jan. 31, 2018.
An added treat next week: July's total lunar eclipse occurs on the same day the planet Mars reaches its opposition, when it will shine at its best in the night sky, according to Space.com. This glorious sight occurs because of the way sunlight bends (refracts) through the Earth's atmosphere.
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Well, whether you think it'll be the end of our existence or just another lunar eclipse, one thing's for sure.
A super blue blood moon rises behind the 2,500-year-old Parthenon temple on the Acropolis of Athens, Greece, on January 31, 2018.
Stages and time of the lunar eclipse that will be visible in Singapore on July 28, 2018. While it won't be the century's longest, that "blood moon" is expected to last a respectable 1 hour and 2 minutes! Furthermore, the Moon will be at apogee, the farthest from the Earth in its orbit, on July 27 and will be moving at a slower speed in its orbit.
He said that the lunar eclipse would seen from naked eye nationwide.
A large portion of Australia will be treated to the longest total lunar eclipse in recent history. "At 23h13 the moon starts recovering from the eclipse, which will be over by 24h19".
As if the eclipse isn't enough to hold our attention, Mars will be its closest and brightest to its neighbours since 2003. However, it won't be visible from North America. Those of you in the United Kingdom should look for this eclipse starting in at around 11PM (that's 23:00 hours) local time.