Thai people will be able to see a partial moon eclipse this Sunday, October 29. This is also the last day of Buddhist Lent, according to the head of the Astronomical Research Institute of Thailand (NARIT).
The eclipse will start at 1:11 a.m. and last for just over an hour, according to Suparerk Karuehanon, who is in charge of the Astronomical Academic Service and Communication Center.
He said that a lunar eclipse is a cosmic event that happens when the Moon moves into the dim light of Earth. He also said that people in North and South America, as well as those in Europe, Asia, Australia, and Africa, would be able to see the eclipse.
On the night of September 7, 2025, there will be a total moon eclipse that people in Thailand will be able to see.