NASA expects longest lunar eclipse of this century

NASA announced that the world will witness the longest partial lunar eclipse in the 21st century on November 19, as it will be clearly seen in North America.

In a statement, NASA revealed that the eclipse will peak at 4 a.m., and there is a possibility that it will last 3 hours and 28 minutes, during which 97% of the moon will appear red, and people around the world will be able to see it depending on their time zones, adding that the eclipse is likely to be the longest between 2001 and 2100.

According to NASA, the eclipse will also be visible in South America, East Asia, the Pacific and Australia.

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