The first full moon eclipse of the year will occur on May 16
Astronomer Dr Javed Iqbal has said that the first full moon eclipse of this year will take place on May 16 but it will not be observed in Pakistan.
He said the first full moon eclipse of the year would be seen in the United States, Europe, Africa and parts of Asia.
The lunar eclipse in different countries will start at 6:32 in the morning according to Pakistani time, the lunar eclipse will be at its peak at 9:13 in the morning.
He said that the lunar eclipse would end at 11:51 pm Pakistan time.
The longest lunar eclipse in 580 years will be tomorrow
The second and last lunar eclipse of this year will be on November 8, which will be partially visible in Pakistan.