Lunar Eclipse 2018, the century’s longest celestial spectacle, will take place today on July 28. The Lunar Eclipse 2018 is expected to begin at 1 AM and continue for 1 hour 43 minutes, making it the longest total lunar eclipse of this century (2001 AD to 2100 AD), the Ministry of Earth Science had said. Also Read - Partial Solar Eclipse 2018: Third Surya Grahan of The Season to be Witnessed on August 11

The partial eclipse of the Moon will begin at 11.54 p.m. on July 27. The Moon will be gradually covered by the Earth’s shadow and the totality phase will begin at 1 a.m. IST on July 28 and the total eclipse will last upto 2.43 a.m.. Then the Moon will start to gradually come out of Earth’s shadow and partial eclipse will end at 3.49 a.m., the statement said. Also Read - Total Lunar Eclipse, Chandra Grahan 27 July 2018: Watch Live Streaming on Blood Moon Here

NASA is running the live streaming of the Lunar Eclipse 2018 and you can also watch it below: Also Read - Total Lunar Eclipse 2018 in India Fosters Superstitions: Facts vs Myths on Chandra Grahan


We have gathered some images for Lunar Eclipse 2018 from around the world, take a look:

The full moon rises near Bondi Beach, New South Wales



Visuals of the lunar eclipse from Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala

Visuals of the lunar eclipse 2018 from Amritsar, Punjab

Visuals of the lunar eclipse 2018 from Amritsar, Punjab


Visuals of the lunar eclipse from Jaipur, Rajasthan


Visuals of the lunar eclipse from Varanasi


Visuals of the lunar eclipse from Amritsar, Punjab


The eclipse will be visible in parts of South America, much of Africa, the Middle East and Central Asia. For viewers in India, the eclipse, both partial and the total, will be visible in its entirety from all parts of the country.