Unfortunately, this lunar eclipse will only be partial, so the moon is expected to have only a rosy tint instead of a crimson one.
He also added "This occurs when the Earth comes between the sun and the moon, but not completely". The partial eclipse will end at 4h 30m IST.
During this period, more than half of the moon will be covered entirely by the shadow of the earth. Qatar residents will have chance to see all phases of this lunar eclipse. Naturally, a partial lunar eclipse always starts off as a penumbral lunar eclipse.More news: 'We want to write our own history', says Algeria coach
About 65% of the moon's surface will be covered by the dark shadow of the Earth around the greatest eclipse at 3 a.m. on the 17th, Prof. This will be last lunar eclipse of 2019 and it will be visible in India.
After poor weather and cloudy skies obscured the mesmerising Blood Moon eclipse on January 21, UK-based astronomers are anxious for the partial eclipse.
In India, people will be able to witness the penumbral lunar eclipse starting from 12.13 am on 17 July.
The good news is the eclipse will be mostly visible over the British Islands. According to the ministry, on July 16, most parts of Australia, Africa and South America, except Far North Scandinavia, will also be seen throughout Europe and the northeast, except in the entire Asia.More news: Give up sugary drinks to reduce your risk of developing cancer
Here in the United Kingdom, the eclipse will not be visible until after moonrise.
"This eclipse occurs exactly 50 years to the day that Neil Armstrong was launched to the Moon to make his historic "small step/giant leap" a few days later", said David Moore, founder of Astronomy Ireland.
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