Karachi: Several countries including Pakistan will experience the last moon eclipse of the year on November 28 (today).
According to the Meteorological Office, the eclipse will start at 5:15pm (local time). There will be complete eclipse at 7:34pm, while it would be clearly seen in the country at at 7:57pm. The eclipse will end at 9:51pm here.
The specialty about this eclipse is that it will take place on the 15th of Islamic calender; the full-moon night.
The Met Office said that the eclipse would also be seen in Alaska, New Zealand, South Asia, Australia, Philippines, Japan, Malaysia and China, while in some countries of Europe, Middle East and Africa, it will start right after the sunset.