Lunar Eclipse

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In the UK on the 27th July, the Moon rises at 20.49 BST in London and at 21.22 BST in Edinburgh so, weather permitting, we will only miss the beginning of totality, and should be able to enjoy the space spectacular until the early hours of the 28th July when penumbral eclipse ends at 00.28 BST. The eclipse lasts 6 hours 14 minutes from start to finish, and the total eclipse (when the Moon appears red) will last 1 hour 45 minutes. From the UK we should be able to see approximately 1 hour and 30 minutes of the total lunar eclipse depending on your location, during which time the Moon will be in the SE direction.

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