The last lunar eclipse of the year 2022 will be tomorrow, Meteorological Department


The lunar eclipse will last for 5 hours and 56 minutes and will be visible from Pakistan tomorrow.

According to the details, the second and last lunar eclipse of this year 2022 will take place tomorrow, Tuesday, November 8.

According to the report of Meteorological Department, partial lunar eclipse will be observed in Pakistan. In Pakistan, the lunar eclipse will begin at 1:02 PM, the total eclipse of the Moon will occur at 3:17 PM and the eclipse will reach its peak at 4:00 PM. The lunar eclipse will end at 6:56 PM in the evening

The duration of lunar eclipse will be 5 hours and 56 minutes.

It should be noted that the lunar eclipse will be seen in some parts of Pakistan including Asia, Australia, North America, South and Eastern Europe around the world.

What is called lunar eclipse?

A lunar eclipse occurs when the Earth comes between the Moon and the Sun, so that the Moon does not receive sunlight and the Moon is not visible. In other words, during a lunar eclipse, we see the Earth’s shadow falling on the Moon.

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