DHAKA: A partial eclipse of the moon will occur June 4 but it will not be visible in the country.
The moon will enter penumbra at 2:46:30pm and leave penumbra at 7:19:54pm, said a source of Met office.
On the other hand, the moon will enter umbra at 03:59:18pm and leave umbra at 06:07:06pm, it added.
The central eclipse will start at 17 hours 03 minutes 12 seconds BST.
The moon will enter penumbra at 11 hours 52 minutes 46 seconds LMT at the northeast of Mangareva Island in the North Pacific Ocean.
On the other hand, it will leave penumbra for the last time at 12 hour 02 minutes 54 seconds LMT at the Southeast of Chesterfield Island in the South Pacific Ocean.
The central eclipse will start at 11 hours 58 minutes 20 seconds BST on June 3 at the Southwest of Mangala Island in the South Pacific Ocean.
BDST: 1025 HRS, MAY 31, 2012
Edited by: Maria Salam, Asst Output Editor
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