A partial lunar eclipse will be visible on August 7.The full moon will pass through the northern part of the Earth’s dark umbral shadow.

The partial lunar eclipse will be visible from parts of Europe, Africa, Asia, and Australia, with the peak coming at 6:20 p.m. GMT.

A partial lunar eclipse occurs when the Earth moves between the Sun and the moon.

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This eclipse will be visible during the evening hours after sunset August 7 from the most of Africa and Europe. However, far-western Africa and far-western Europe (United Kingdom, Portugal, Scandinavia) will not see the partial umbral eclipse because the moon won’t rise until after the eclipse ends. As viewed from much of Europe, Russia and western Africa, the moon will actually be in eclipse as it rises in the east at sunset August 7.

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