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Partial lunar eclipse to be seen in Lhasa
14:14, April 27, 2010  


Photo shows the staff from Tibetan Institute of Astronomical Calendar Research busy in working.


The partial eclipse of the moon will appear on June 26 in Lhasa, according to Tibetan Institute of Astronomical Calendar Research.

"The partial lunar eclipse is expected to begin at about 18:16 local time and end at around 21:00," Kunga Rigzin, professor of Tibetan Institute of Astronomical Calendar Research said.

This year, Tibetans could see lunar eclipse for three times on Jan 1st, June 26th, and Dec 21st respectively, which seldom happen in the history because the lunar eclipse occurs three times a year at most.

Source: China Tibet Information Center

(Editor:王千原雪)

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