Full moon eclipse will be on May 26.
Washington: There will be a full moon eclipse on May 26. According to foreign media, the lunar eclipse will be seen in East Asia, Australia, and the United States.
People in South America, Southeast Asia, Australia, or the western part of the United States will be able to see the ‘Super Flower Full Moon’ eclipse, which can last up to 14 minutes.
According to foreign media, the total duration of a total lunar eclipse can be up to 104 minutes.
According to NASA, a full moon eclipse occurs occasionally, but a partial eclipse occurs twice a year.
The next partial lunar eclipse is expected on November 18 and 19.