Iraq races NASA expecting moon eclipse
INA – Maysan
Iraqi astronomer Sabeeh Ansari preceded NASA with ten months in expecting a moon total eclipse, INA correspondent.
Noting that, a rare astronomical event is to occur on Friday, the 27th of July.
“This is the longest eclipse in the 21st century would last for four hours,” NASA.
The correspondent added that Ansari published this big expectation in the astronomical calendar ten months ago, mentioning that the eclipse could be seen in Iraq and some parts of Iran, Jordan, Syria, Africa and other countries.