On July 27, one of the longest-running astronomical events will take place.
It is expected that the Moon, Earth and Sun conjugate in a show that will last approximately one hour and 43 minutes.
On July 16, 2000, there was an eclipse of the moon which lasted an hour and 46 minutes, which made it the longest phenomenon. Due to the time it occurred, it is taken as part of the 20th century.
It will be visible in India, the Middle East regions, the Arabian peninsula, Central Africa, Oceania, as well as southern and eastern Europe.
This total eclipse will be the last one of the year 2018.