On Wednesday, May 26, 2021, the first lunar eclipse of the year will take place in the early morning hours. This is also called a “Super Blood Moon” due to the reddish-orange color of the moon. A Supermoon, a lunar eclipse, and a blood moon, all rolled into one, is a surefire spectacle for sky gazers.
Lunar eclipses are caused when the Earth’s shadow covers all or part of the Moon during the lunar eclipse. They can only occur during the full Moon. A super moon is caused when the Moon’s closest approach to the Earth coincides with a full or new moon. During a lunar eclipse, the moon will appear blood-red for 14 minutes. This Super Blood Moon will last until 6:05 pm, but Pakistan will not see it due to daylight.
Source: GEO News