The Longest Moon Eclipse of the Century on July 27: What to Know

The Longest Moon Eclipse of the Century on July 27: What to Know

The July 2018 moon eclipse happen on Friday, July 27 will last about four hours and be visible in different parts of the world including Europe, Asia, Australia, Africa, South America and the Middle East. The total eclipse (when the earth’s shadow covers the moon and creates complete darkness) will last one hour and 43 minutes.

What is a Lunar Eclipse?

Why the Moon turns red?

What are the phases and the duration of the 27th July Lunar Eclipse?

More details by the Physics Section, School of Education, UR-College of Education in collaboration with the Rwanda Astrophysics, Space and Climate Science Research Group (RASCSRG) here

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