1. How Long is the Lunar Eclipse? When Can it be Viewed?
The full show will last nearly six hours, but the total lunar eclipse will be 1 hour and 43 minutes long, according to Debiprosad Duari, Director, Research & Academic, MP Birla Planetarium, Kolkata.
It will be preceded and followed by partial eclipses that last over one hour.
The lunar eclipse is estimated to begin at 11:44 pm on Friday (27 July) and end at 4:58 am on Saturday (28 July). The total lunar eclipse is likely to begin at 1am.