A composite image shows the progression of the last total lunar eclipse visible in Hong Kong on July 28, 2018. Photo: Felix Wong A composite image shows the progression of the last total lunar eclipse visible in Hong Kong on July 28, 2018. Photo: Felix Wong
A composite image shows the progression of the last total lunar eclipse visible in Hong Kong on July 28, 2018. Photo: Felix Wong
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Hong Kong to experience ‘super blood moon’ during first total lunar eclipse in three years

  • The total lunar eclipse, which will give the moon a reddish cast, will start at 6.56pm, peak at 7.18pm and end at 9.49pm
  • For optimal viewing, one expert suggests the waterfront in Hung Hom and Whampoa, as well as the Sai Kung pier and Shek O for those willing to venture further afield

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A composite image shows the progression of the last total lunar eclipse visible in Hong Kong on July 28, 2018. Photo: Felix Wong A composite image shows the progression of the last total lunar eclipse visible in Hong Kong on July 28, 2018. Photo: Felix Wong
A composite image shows the progression of the last total lunar eclipse visible in Hong Kong on July 28, 2018. Photo: Felix Wong
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