These Are the Best Places to See the Lunar Eclipse on July 27

Source: Time


July 10, 2018

The longest total lunar eclipse of the 21st century is about to happen on Friday, July 27.

While the 2018 lunar eclipse won’t be visible from the U.S., places all around the world — including the Middle East and Greece — will be in prime locations to see the celestial event.

After searching for areas that are projected to have the clearest skies and longest window of time to see the entire four-hour eclipse, TIME compiled a list of the best places to see the July 27 total lunar eclipse.

Cairo, Egypt


People in Cairo will be able to see the entire lunar eclipse — and it’s likely that there won’t be any clouds in the area to block views of the celestial event, according to The Weather Channel.

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