S/Africa, Americas to witness lunar eclipse today
The National Space Research and Development Agency (NASRDA) has said there will be a total Lunar Eclipse today the Americas, Australia and South Africa.
Spokesman of the agency Mr. Felix Ale said the Lunar eclipse will take place on at about 8:44pm Nigerian time and is expected to last for 77 minutes.
Although the eclipse will not be visible in Africa, it will however be visible to those in the North and South America and Australia.
In the same vein, there will be an Annular Solar Eclipse which is expected to occur on April 29th 2014 at 7:16 West African Time.
The eclipse will begin from off of the coast of South Africa through the Antarctica, to the coast of Australia. However, it will be visible to South Africa from the African continent.
Nigeria had experienced partial solar eclipse on 3rd November, 2013.