Year’s first lunar eclipse to be observed tonight
May 5, 2023 05:04 PM
The first lunar eclipse of the year will be observed in Pakistan tonight, reported 24NewsHD TV channel on Thursday.
The eclipse will be visible in Asian countries and southern and eastern Europe.
The lunar eclipse will begin at 8:14 pm, and it will reach its peak at 10:22 pm. The event will be culminated after midnight at 12:32 am.
The eclipse will last for a total of four hours and 18 minutes.
According to details, the moon will become darker as a result of the earth’s shadow covering it. However, the earth’s shadow will affect only 58 per cent of the moon.