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Longest lunar eclipse of the century will occur Friday

International Desk
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The longest lunar eclipse of this century will be available to the people of the world on Friday, November 19.

However, it is a partial lunar eclipse, not a total eclipse. The moon will cover 97 percent of the moon.

According to NASA, the lunar eclipse will reach its climax at 2 pm Bangladesh time.

The total lunar eclipse will be 3 hours 28 minutes 23 seconds. Which is the longest lunar eclipse between 2001 and 2100. The first lunar eclipse of the year was on 26 May. The next lunar eclipse will be on 16 May 2022. In the current century, a total of 228 lunar eclipses can be seen from Earth.

Surprisingly this cosmic view can be seen best from North America. Astronauts will be able to witness every moment of the eclipse from 50 states of the United States and Mexico. The lunar eclipse will also be seen from South America, East Asia, Australia, the Pacific, and parts of northeastern India.

On that day the earth will move between the sun and the moon. The eclipse will begin when the shadow of the earth falls on the moon. Not only on the 19th but the eclipse will also be seen in some countries of the world on the 18th as a time zone.

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