Pictures Of Lunar Eclipse From Around The World


Last night, People from Eastern Africa, Central Asia, the Middle East and Western Australia witnessed the second largest total lunar eclipse of the present century. The eclipse began at 17:24 GMT and ended at 2300 GMT — last for about 100 minutes in its totally phase.

We have complied a set of pictures taken by people who were there to witness it. Take A Look!

Photo by Ivan Milutinovic. (Credit to Reuters)

(Credits: S S Mirza/AFI/Getty Images)

(Credits: Alessandro Bianchi/Reuters)

(Credits: Maxim Shepenkov/EPA)

(Courtesy: Derek Keats,

(Credits: David Matthews)

(Credits: Marko Drobnjakovic/AP)

(Credits: Leonard Mercer)

(Credits: Phillip)

(Photo: Reuters / Nir Elias)

(Photo: Reuters / Jon Nazca)

(Photo: Reuters / Nir Elias)

(Photo: Reuters / Nir Elias)

(Photo: Derek Keats of Johannesburg, South Africa)


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  1. […] Delicious Last night, people from Eastern Africa, Europe, Asia, Pacific and Australia witnessed a total lunar eclipse. The eclipse began at 6 a.m. Pacific Standard Time and last for about 51 […]

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