If you’re into quantum physics and space, tomorrow will be a party for you! Actually, even if you’re not into it, you’ll love the spectacle! Gather all your buddies and hit the roof tomorrow. Not only is it a blood moon, but also the longest lunar eclipse of the 21st century that will be visible in India along with other continents like Australia and Africa. We’re super excited to see this beaut in the sky tomorrow. And here’s everything you need to know about it!
July 27, 2018
11:44 PM IST
1 Hour 43 Minutes
This eclipse is not harmful so you can watch this with the naked eye. We’re definitely going to gather our crew and watch the beautiful blood moon in all its glory. The moon will basically pass through the centre of the earth’s shadow. And as the eclipse begins, the earth’s shadow will begin to cover a part of the moon, giving it a reddish hue. The next time we can witness such an eclipse will be on December 31, 2028. It is said that the eclipse affects the human body in many ways due to the cycles of the moon. However, it is not scientifically proven yet. We can’t wait to watch this spectacular eclipse tomorrow! So, grab a telescope and book a table at the closest rooftop restaurant to enjoy the best view.
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