Dr. Ashraf Tadross, the Professor at the Research Institute of Astronomy and Geophysics said that there will be a total lunar eclipse on Tuesday, November 8.
Residents in East of Russia, Japan, parts of North America, Pacific Ocean can see the sky event.
People in Egypt, and the Middle East won't observe the lunar eclipse.
Last month, Egypt saw a partial solar eclipse.
The solar eclipse began at 12:00 p.m. and ended at 2:15 p.m in the UAE. The celestial spectacle reached its maximum at 1:10.
The eclipse was visible from Europe, Western Siberia Central Asia, Western Asia, South Asia and from the northeast of Africa, but not in North America.
At its maximum point in Russia, 82 percent of the Sun was covered, and it appeared around 15 to 30 percent eclipsed in Western Europe.
Two main types of eclipses can be observed from Earth: lunar and solar. In a lunar eclipse, Earth is between the Sun and the Moon. In a solar eclipse, the Moon is between the Sun and Earth.