Partial Lunar Eclipse 2019: Lunar Eclipse Marks Moon Landing's 50th Anniversary
Tuesday, July 16, 2019, 7:43 AM
The moon is set to treat Earthlings with a partial lunar eclipse on the 50th-anniversary of the day when mankind launched the first-mission to set foot on it. A partial lunar-eclipse will be visible in the skies on July 16-17. Britain's Royal Astronomical Society said in statement the event would be visible from parts of northern Europe, Asia, Africa, South America and Western Australia.
Partial Lunar Eclipse 2019: Don't Miss This Celestial Spectacle Next Week
Wednesday, July 10, 2019, 7:54 PM
A partial lunar-eclipse will grace the skies on July 16-17, Wednesday and much of the world will be able to watch this celestial-phenomenon. Since this will be the last-lunar-eclipse of 2019 and will be visible from India, try and not miss it. A partial lunar-eclipse occurs when the Earth moves between Sun and Moon, but three celestial-bodies do not form a-straight-line in the space.