It will also be viewable from Australia, Asia, Africa, Europe and South America.
The totality phase of next month's eclipse will last for one hour and 43 minutes, the longest total lunar eclipse in the 21st Century.
The past couple years have bought some spectacular astronomical sights which will continue in 2018 with a blood moon which is set to grace the skies of the Eastern Hemisphere on the night of July 27.
With the eclipse lasting this long, it will be around 40 minutes longer than the one that took place on January 31 which was known as the 'Super Blue Blood Moon.' At the time, the sighting of the super blue blood moon and a total lunar eclipse was the first time such an occurrence took place in India since 1982.
The moon will be partially eclipsed for roughly an hour before and after the main event.
"A blood moon is the definition used when the moon appears bright, large and reddish in colour, and it only occurs when there is a full moon".
Unlike solar eclipses, you will not need any special eye protection to view lunar eclipses. Interestingly, this blood moon could occur around the time when Mars will be closest to the Earth in the last 15 years.
Recent red skies are apparently down to the specific scattering of light particles through the atmosphere.
The problem with the upcoming eclipse is the area in which it will be visible.
United Kingdom skygazers can look up to the sky on the night of July 27, and the early hours of July 28 to catch the phenomenon.
This will be the first blood moon since the mysterious "super blue blood moon" that appeared in the sky on January 31.
The eclipse will begin at 7.30 pm UTC (12 am IST) and end at 9.13 pm UTC (1.43 am IST).
The event itself will last almost 4 hours, with official estimates saying the eclipse alone will go on for about 1 hour and 43 minutes, according to a report by the Inquisitr.
"Opposition is a big milestone each year for observing the ringed planet Saturn, or any superior planet (planet orbiting the sun outside Earth's orbit)", EarthSky.org reports. "That [the middle] gets a longer-duration eclipse", he said.
When this happens, it causes the Earth's shadow to block the sun.