- The longest partial lunar eclipse has started worldwide, this is the last lunar eclipse of this year in India
- This partial lunar eclipse will last for about 3 and a half hours, which is the longest lunar eclipse in the last 580 years.
- This partial lunar eclipse can be seen in India, West Africa, Western Europe, North America
The world’s longest partial lunar eclipse has begun. This is the last lunar eclipse of this year in India. This partial lunar eclipse will last for about three and a half hours. This is the longest lunar eclipse in the last 580 years. This partial lunar eclipse can be seen in India, West Africa, Western Europe, North America, South America, Asia, Australia, Pacific and Atlantic seas. In India, this partial lunar eclipse will be visible only in the northeastern states from 2.34 am.
According to scientists, this is the longest partial lunar eclipse in the world in 1000 years. During this time, when the lunar eclipse will be at its peak, then the shadow of the Earth will cover the moon up to 97 percent. Due to this the sunlight will stop reaching the moon and it will appear brown and red. Indian astronomers say that on November 19, a partial lunar eclipse will occur in India. This lunar eclipse will start at 12.48 in the evening and will end at 4:17 in the evening.
Longest partial lunar eclipse in 1,000 years
He said that in India it will start at 2.34 pm and will cover the moon by 97 percent. This rare celestial event can be seen in some parts of Arunachal Pradesh and Assam. He said that a rare sight would be seen for some time just after the moon’s exit. According to experts, for the first time in 1000 years, the longest partial lunar eclipse is going to happen in the world. Earlier, on 18 February 1440, such a long partial lunar eclipse was seen on Earth.
Not only this, next time people will have to wait for 8 February 2669 to see such a sight. According to the US space agency NASA, a partial lunar eclipse occurs when a slight shadow of the Earth starts falling on the Moon. Earthsky.org says that this lunar eclipse will last about 21693 seconds, which is about 6 hours and two minutes. The website said that this will be the longest partial solar eclipse between the years 1440 and 2669.
Next lunar eclipse will be seen in India on November 8, 2022
This will be the last lunar eclipse in India this year. The next lunar eclipse will be seen in India on November 8, 2022. This will be a total lunar eclipse. Apart from India, this lunar eclipse can be seen over Africa, Western Europe, North America, South America, Australia, Asia, Atlantic Ocean and Pacific Ocean. In a partial lunar eclipse, the Earth’s shadow does not completely cover the Moon. This emits dramatic light from the surface of the Moon. It can be seen from Earth. During a partial lunar eclipse, the color of the moon becomes light red.