PICTURES: Partial lunar eclipse in Bratislava

The unique phenomenon happened on the night of July 16.

People in Slovakia can observe the next partial lunar eclipse in 2023.People in Slovakia can observe the next partial lunar eclipse in 2023. (Source: TASR)

Millions of people around the world did not miss out on the opportunity to observe the partial lunar eclipse.

Look at how the partial lunar eclipse looked in Bratislava:

Slovaks can enjoy another partial lunar eclipse on October 28, 2023, and September 18, 2024, at the earliest. However, the full lunar eclipse will occur sooner, on May 16, 2022.

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