Partial lunar eclipse Wednesday
Published: 16:41 15 July 2019
A partial eclipse of the Moon will occur on Wednesday (July 17). The eclipse will start at zero hours 42 minutes 12 seconds BST and will end at 6 hours 19 minutes 24 seconds of that day, said a Met office release.
The greatest eclipse will occur at 3 hours 30 minutes 48 seconds BST of that day. Greatest magnitude of the eclipse will be 0.658.
This eclipse will be visible in Bangladesh if the sky remains clear.
The eclipse will be visible from East of Mauritius in the Indian Ocean to South-West of St. Helena Ascension and Tristan da Cunha in the South Atlantic Ocean.
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