If you don’t check out the moon this April, you are going to have to wait for 3 years to look skyward and catch a glimpse of the breath-taking Blood Moon again.
Enthusiastic sky watchers will be delighted to know that on April 4th the earth will come between the moon and the sun, which means that there will be a total lunar eclipse.
The best time suggested by meteorologists globally is 09:15 pm.
The total lunar eclipse, unlike a solar eclipse, is completely safe and viewable for people without any protective eyewear.
If you’re interested in seeing the total lunar eclipse in its full splendor glory, you have a very small window of just 5 minutes starting from around 5.30 p.m. onwards to get a glimpse of it.
This is the last time the people of the world can catch a lunar eclipse and the next one will not be occurring untilJanuary 2018.
Take a look at the timings specified for Karachi: