The first of the three lunar eclipses of the year will occur tomorrow. All the Earth except North or South America will see it. The best place to see it will be in India and the close countries.
Earth’s darkumbra shadow barely clips the full moon for 27 minutes, causing the third-shortest partial lunar eclipse in the 21st century. There are two more lunar eclipses later this year, but both are penumbra. People will get to see a full-looking moon shining near the golden planet Saturn.
Don't forget to use special glasses to look the Lunar eclipse ;)