World including India witness last lunar eclipse of 2019 at midnight

17 Jul 2019 09:01 AM

World including India witness last lunar eclipse of 2019 at midnight

Updated 17 Jul 2019 09:01 AM

Sky enthusiasts in the country witnessed a three-hour long partial lunar eclipse early Wednesday, when the Earth moved between the Sun and the Moon.
The eclipse  began around 1.31 am on Wednesday, the research and academic director of M P Birla Planetarium in the city, Debiprosad Duari, told PTI. 
The partial eclipse which began at 1.31 AM, is the last lunar eclipse of 2019.

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