GEORGE TOWN, July 28 – The century’s longest total lunar eclipse will take place this early morning on July 28. During this rare phenomena, the Moon will turn bright red. According to NASA, the total lunar eclipse will last for close to one hour and 43 minutes, starting late at night and continuing till the early hours of July 28. (PN Images/JohnShen Lee)
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