Don't miss your date with century's longest Lunar Eclipse today..

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The total lunar eclipse is one of 85 this century, but tonight's will be the longest, lasting an hour and 43 minutes.

During a total lunar eclipse, the moon takes on its ghostly red pallor because of the Earth's shadow.

During the eclipse, the moon will pass through Earth's darkest shadow and take on a red sheen, with the phenomenon being described as the "blood moon".

Below are the last lunar eclipse updates as the Moon crosses paths with the Earth's shadow. The moon will begin to appear reddish around 18:24 GMT as it moves into the main part of the Earth's shadow.

So, from the United Kingdom and Europe, the south-east will be the place to look for the rising, eclipsing Moon with bright red Mars below.

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The total lunar eclipse is said to be visible from 1:00 am IST from July 28, and will be visible in cities like Mumbai, Delhi, Bengaluru, Pune, et al.

"If that were true, we'd be in big trouble given the gravitational pulls on Earth, Mars, and our moon!" Mars will not look so different to the naked eye but it is in fact a mere 57.6 million away tomorrow night, making it the flawless time for people to glimpse the red planet through the telescope.

The eclipse will feature mainly in the Eastern Hemisphere, over Central Asia and Eastern Africa, but stargazers in Europe, Southeast Asia, Australia and parts of South America will see the eclipse at moonrise or moonset.

But it will not be visible in North America and Antarctica.

Our constant companion will also be at the farthest point on its orbit from Earth, making its movement across the sky slower from our perspective, thus spending longer in the dark. This is partly because the moon is lower in the sky in the north, and partly because the northern light summer nights mean that the blood colour will not be as clearly visible.

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"The maximum of the eclipse occurs at 21.21 BST, but the upper edge of the Moon won't rise from Belfast until 21:27 BST".

According to NASA, the US will have to wait until July 2020 to witness its next lunar eclipse.

It's also what's being called a "blood moon".

It noted that there would be total lunar eclipse on July 27, 2018 and January 21, 2019; partial lunar eclipse on July 16/17, 2019; transit mercury eclipse on November 21, 2019; and penumbral lunar eclipse January 10, 2020. Instead of that sunlight hitting the moon's surface, Earth's shadow falls on it. The eclipse will occur simultaneously with the perihelic opposition of Mars, a coincidence that happens once every 25,000 years. And you don't have to worry about having a telescope, with astronomers saying that there is no need for special equipment.

The next total lunar eclipse in the United Kingdom will take place on January 19 2019.

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