The second lunar eclipse of the year (partial) will occur tomorrow, July 17.
Report informs citing the Shamakhi Astrophysical Observatory named after Nasreddin Tusi that the process will start at 00:03 on 17 July and reach its peak at 01:31.
The natural phenomenon will end at 02:59.
Lunar eclipse will not be visible in Azerbaijan.
This natural phenomenon can be observed in South America, Europe, Africa, Asia, Australia and Russia.
Notably, the first lunar eclipse of 2019 occured on January 21.