24 August 2019

Second Lunar Eclipse of the year will happen in July

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On July 17, the second lunar eclipse (partial) of the year will be observed, APA reports citing Shamakhy Astrophysical Observatory of ANAS. reports citing APA news that, the process will begin at 00:03, and will reach its peak at 01:31, finish at 02:59.

It will be observed at South America, Europe, Africa and Australia, whilst can not be observed in Azerbaijan.

Notably, first lunar eclipse (full) of this year has happened on January 21.

2019.06.15 / 13:19
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