July 27, 2018 will be the longest lunar eclipse. It is accompanied by a number of unusual phenomena. The eclipse will last 1 hour 43 minutes. Scientists explain this by saying that the planet will pass a fairly large distance from the Earth. The moon will pass through the shadow of the Earth and will be in center of this shadow. Eclipse can be seen from many corners of the earth. Tourists from all over the world will go to places where they can observe this phenomenon. And you can see the lunar eclipse from the southern and central parts of Asia, southern Russia, the Urals, the Southern and Eastern parts of Africa and, of course, from Ukraine. Residents of the eastern regions will be able to see the eclipse best. At 22:00 Kyiv time Ukrainians will see the Moon passing through the shadow of the Earth. Residents of North America, Kamchatka and Chukotka will not be able to see the eclipse.