2nd lunar eclipse of 2018 is 21st century's longest
Thursday, July 26, 2018, 7:36 AM
The second lunar-eclipse of the year, the longest of the 21st-century, will begin at 11.54 pm on Friday and will last an hour and 43 minutes. The eclipse in its various phases, invisible to the naked eye, begins at 10.45 pm and ends at 4.59 am on Saturday, July 28. The noticeable umbral phase begins at 11.54 pm and ends at 3.49 am.