The longest lunar eclipse of the century has come to an end
KARACHI: The longest partial lunar eclipse ended on Friday in the dominant part of the world but it was not observed in Pakistan.
A day earlier, the Meteorological Department had said that there would be another partial lunar eclipse of the year on November 19 (Friday) which would not be visible in Pakistan.
However, this partial lunar eclipse was observed in North and South America, Australia and other parts of Europe, while in most parts of Asia and Europe, and in North and West Africa, spectators saw the longest lunar eclipse in history. The next such event would occur only 600 years later.
According to Pakistani time, this partial lunar eclipse started at 12:18:12 pm and ended at 3:47:44 pm.
The duration of this lunar eclipse was 3 hours, 28 minutes and 23 seconds.