Lunar eclipse to be viewed in Pakistan on Monday

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The eclipse will be visible from Nepal, India, China, Japan, Australia, Antarctica, Africa, Europe, Russia and some parts of South America.

Indians will be able to see the Penumbral and Partial lunar eclipse on the night of August 7-8.

The partial eclipse will begin at 10:23pm and end at 12:18pm.

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The eclipse will start at 8:50pm August 7 (Monday) and end at 1.51am August 8 (Tuesday), according to Pakistan time.

The duration of the total eclipse will be five hours and one minute, while the duration of partial phase of lunar eclipse will be one hour and fifty five minutes.

Representatives of the Latvian Astronomical Society said at the beginning of the partial eclipse the Moon's surface will be covered by the outer part of the Earth's shadow called the penumbra. Instead, observers can see only the slightest dimming near the lunar limb closest to the umbra.

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The officer said people can view the partial lunar eclipse from their homes with naked eyes.

An eclipse of the moon, of which partial phase was in India, had occurred on April 4, 2015.

The complete details of Partial Eclipse of the Moon from Mysuru are given below in Indian Standard Time: Partial Lunar Eclipse on August 7.

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There are three types of lunar eclipse: total, partial and penumbral.

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