Kuwait, Kuwait is following up the stages of a partial eclipse of the moon, which started at 11:02 pm (local time), astronomer Adel Al-Sa’doun said.
Al-Sa’doun added that the eclipse would end at 2:00 am local time, noting that the midpoint of the eclipse will be at 12:32 pm on Wednesday, Kuwait News Agency (KUNA) reported.
He also said that the moon enters the earth’s shadow and part of its face will begin turning dark. After 12:32 am, the moon will begin appearing gradually until its full face becomes clear and visible, he said. The Moon will also move towards the left side of the Earth and grows dark, he noted.
Source: Bahrain News Agency