The Solar Eclipse of July 2, 2019, is now over, and its paired Lunar Eclipse will be coming on July 16, 2019. The Lunar Eclipse will be a partial one, and it will be visible everywhere except for North and Central America, the Northern tip of Scandinavia, and the Northeast corner of Russia. The Eclipse may be highly charged, and it will touch on the same themes as the previous Solar Eclipse.
Solar Eclipses are often given more attention than Lunar ones, and they are more dramatic. On the other hand, they are only visible in a very small portion of the world, which means that far fewer of them are visible in any given location. Lunar Eclipses are visible any part of the world in which it occurs at night, so they are seen far more often.
Chart Analysis for the Lunar Eclipse of July 16, 2019
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