The year 2022 is proving to be wonderful for India in terms of astronomical events. A day after Diwali, the best view of the solar eclipse was seen by the people and now the lunar eclipse (Chandra Grahan 2022) is about to take place. The last lunar eclipse of the year 2022 will be visible in the next month i.e. early November. Apart from India, it can also be seen in other Asian countries, North America, parts of North and Eastern Europe, South America and Australia. Let us know on which day and at what time the moon eclipse will take place in India.
lunar eclipse 2022 date and time in india
The last lunar eclipse of the year will take place in India on November 8. This day is also the birth anniversary of Kartik Purnima and Guru Nanak Dev Ji. According to media reports, the lunar eclipse will start in the country from 5:32 pm and will continue till 6:18 pm. That is, the total time of Chand Grahan will be 46 minutes.
Where will the lunar eclipse be visible in India
The spectacular view of the lunar eclipse in India will be visible in the eastern parts of the country, while people will be able to see the partial lunar eclipse in the rest of the parts. The lunar eclipse can be seen very well in Kolkata, Siliguri, Patna, Ranchi and Guwahati. The special thing is that the solar eclipse was not that much better in these areas. Talking about abroad, the lunar eclipse can be seen in Kathmandu, Tokyo, Manila, Beijing, Sydney, Jakarta, Melbourne, San Francisco, Washington DC, New York City, Los Angeles, Chicago and Mexico City.
5 big things related to lunar eclipse
- It is estimated that 2.7 billion people will be able to see this lunar eclipse around the world.
- It will start in India at 5:32 pm and will end at 6:18 pm.
- The lunar eclipse can be seen for 46 minutes. No special glass is needed for this.
- If the lunar eclipse is not visible in your city due to seasonal reasons, then click on this link https://youtu.be/BjKUlaGmE2g The lunar eclipse can also be viewed live online by clicking.
- There are 5 phases in a lunar eclipse, each of which sees different things.