Partial lunar eclipse from around the world

The partial eclipse, lasting for 3 hours, 28 minutes and 23 seconds, is the longest since February 18, 1440, according to NASA.

During the eclipse, which could be seen from the United States, Japan and Chile, up to 99.1% of the Moon's disk will be within Earth's darkest shadow, NASA said.

The next longest partial eclipse will take place in 2669.

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