A total eclipse of the Moon will occur on Monday (January 21), according to a statement issued by ISPR on Saturday.
It said this eclipse will start at 08 hours 36 minutes 30 seconds Bangladesh Standard Time (BST) and it will end at 13 hours 48 minutes.
The greatest eclipse will occur 11 hours 12 minutes 16 seconds BST of that day. The highest magnitude of the eclipse will be 1.1953. This eclipse will not be visible in Bangladesh.
However, the eclipse will be visible totally from North and South America and partially in places of Western Europe and Northwest Africa, the statement said.
The ISPR statement also urged all to visit www.bmd.gov.bd/eclipse for detailed information.