The Peninsula reports:
Stargazers in Qatar will witness a total lunar eclipse tonight offering an amazing spectacle lasting at least 100 minutes of totality. Total lunar eclipses occur when the Earth passes directly between the Sun and the Moon, casting a deep shadow, through which the moon then travels…
The eclipse will begin at around 9:23pm (local time) partially and move to a total phase at 10:22pm, according to NASA’s eclipse predictions. The total phase will end at 00:03 while the partial stage will come to an end at 1:02am. The total eclipse will be at its peak at 11:13pm.
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Qatar is lucky enough to be in the part of the world that can see the full show.
Check it out tonight and let us know what you think!