The lunar eclipse in July begins in the night of Friday, July 27, in the Eastern Hemisphere and moves westward.
For most of the world, the moon is already darkening over the horizon, but parts of it Central Asia and East Africa will see the eclipse from beginning to end.
The first stage of the solar eclipse, the Penumbral Stage, will start around 17:14 UTC (6:47 am BST) and will not be visible from the UK.
The moon slowly fades out of sight and the partial eclipse starts at 6.24 (BST 7.24) as it moves west.
At 19.30 UTC (20.30 UTC), the total solar eclipse begins and as soon as the moon disc is covered in darkness, the blood moon will appear in space.
The maximum solar eclipse when the full moon reaches the center of the Earth's shadow will peak at 8.21
. In the period, the moon shines with a deep red to orange hue high in the sky to shine.
The full eclipse w slowly ends the disease at 21:13 UTC (10:13 am CET) and the following partial eclipse begins one hour later at 10:15 pm UTC (11:19 am CET).
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The Finale The semi-dawn stage of the solar eclipse will end around 11.38 UTC (12.38 am BST) when the moon arrives over the coast of South West Africa.
The entire phase of the solar eclipse lasts one hour and 43 minutes – the longest total lunar eclipse of the century.
Overall, the moon spectacle with the additional partial veneering will dazzle the stargazers for just under four hours.
When the eclipse closes, the moon will return to its normal gray color and glow.
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What time is the Bloodmoon Eclipse in the UK?
Although the first stages of the eclipse will be taking place under the earth horizon for Britain, Skywatcher will still be able to see the Blood Moon.
According to astronomers at the Royal Observatory Greenwich, the Blood Moon will reach its peak at the moonrise around 8:50 am BST in London.
The Solar Eclipse Will Begin in the East
Astronomer Affelia Wibisono told Express.co.uk that the Moon will reach its maximum solar eclipse around 9:21 pm.
The Moon will begin returning to normal by 10.13pm BST when the eclipse ends.
Ms. Wibisono said, "The eclipse will start to the east, and when the eclipse ends, when it is completely out of the shadow, it will be quite high in the south between 12 and 12:30."
These times will change from place to place for a few minutes, but the Bloodmoon will be visible throughout the country.
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Unfortunately, the moon in North America will not fly across the United States, Canada, and Central America.
The total lunar eclipse can only be seen this year from Asia, Europe, Africa, Australia and parts of South America.
Disappointed star-gazers must instead listen to live stream events on the Internet from NASA and Slooh Telescope Observatory.
Express.co.uk will share the latest Blood Moon live streams on Night of Darkness, so stay tuned for the latest full-moon news.
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What time is the lunar eclipse in India?
Countries stretching from India to the southwest coast of Africa will be in the thick of the action during the eclipse.  This means that India will see the moon pull through the earth scree ow from beginning to end.
The penumbral phase of the solar eclipse begins at 10:44 am IST (5:44 UTC or 6:44 am BST).
The eclipse will continue through the night and end in the early hours of Saturday, July 28, at 5:58 am (11:58 pm UTC or 12:58 pm BST)