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Second lunar eclipse of 2021 to take place tomorrow: Experts

Experts say the lunar eclipse will be partial and will continue until 5 pm. (Photo: Al Jazeera)

KARACHI: Experts have predicted that the second lunar eclipse of this year will take place tomorrow which will be seen in many countries.

According to the details, the second lunar eclipse of the year 2021 will be partial, during which the moon will be partially ornamented instead of being completely hidden in darkness. The eclipse will be visible in North and South America, Europe, and Australia.

Apart from Asia, countries in North and West Africa will also be able to observe the lunar eclipse. However, experts have predicted that the second lunar eclipse of this year will not be observed in Pakistan and the eclipse will begin during the day. 

The second lunar eclipse of the year 2021 will start at 11:02 in the morning according to Pakistan time and will continue till 5:04 in the evening. During this time, a partial lunar eclipse will occur at 12:19 p.m.

The Meteorological Department predicts that the partial lunar eclipse will begin at 3:47 pm and end at 5:04 pm. This year’s second lunar eclipse will not be seen in many countries, including Pakistan.

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It is to be noted that earlier it was predicted that there will be 2 solar and 2 lunar eclipses in Pakistan this year. Both this year’s lunar and solar eclipses will not be visible in Pakistan. The Meteorological Department predicted earlier this year that the first solar eclipse of the year would be on June 10, a partial solar eclipse that would be visible in Asia, Africa, Europe, Africa, and the western Americas.

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