There will be a partial lunar eclipse on 16 July 2019. Some of the eclipse will be visible in parts of Europe, Asia, Australia, Africa, select parts of North America, South America and Antarctica.
As the Moon will actually rise during the eclipse, it will only be partially visible in the UK. The eclipse will be visible here from Moon rise at 9:06pm (16 July) to 1:17am (17 July).
The Moon will start to enter Earth’s shadow at 7:43pm BST and the maximum partial eclipse will occur at 10:30pm. The entire eclipse will last for around five and a half hours, ending at 1:17am on 17 July. The map below shows the visibility of the eclipse:
The chart below, cast for London, shows the event:
Before we will discuss any possible effects on the individual, we have a look at the mundane astrological implications of this eclipse. To be able to…
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