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The 3.28-hour period of today's partial lunar eclipse will be the longest in the last 580 years.

The 3.28-hour period of today's partial lunar eclipse will be the longest in the last 580 years.

The partial lunar eclipse in November will be the longest in 580 years.  This type will only be seen in some parts of north-east India.  According to astronomers, partial lunar eclipse will start at 12.48 pm and Grano Moksha will take place at 4.17 pm.  Thus the duration of the eclipse will be 2 hours 28 minutes and 2 seconds.

 The eclipse will be visible for a few seconds at 4:17 pm on Friday in the mountainous region of the region.  The Penushpra lunar eclipse will then begin, lasting 5:33 minutes.  In a penumbal lunar eclipse, a layer of dust appears in front of the moon.  It has no astrological significance, nor does it have any effect.

 A solar eclipse will take place in the month of Kartaki on December 4, 15 days after the lunar eclipse.  This eclipse will also be the last eclipse of the year.  This eclipse will not be seen in India.  There will be another lunar eclipse on May 16, 2022 and this eclipse will not be visible in India.  In the year Vikram Samvat 2078, five eclipses are to be created out of which only one eclipse will be seen in India and Gujarat.  According to Ghana in Gujarat on 25th October 2022 or coming Diwali, Arunachal solar eclipse will occur.



The previous lunar eclipse was on February 18, 1440.  The lunar eclipse will take place on February 8, 2669. The best time to observe the eclipse is 2.34 pm in the parts of North East India where the eclipse will be visible.  At this point, 97 percent of the moon will be covered by the Earth's shadow.  Also the moon will be very close to the eastern horizon.  Lunar nights will appear on the day of the eclipse as the red rays of sunlight pass through the earth's atmosphere and fall on the moon.  This partial lunar eclipse will be observed in North America, South America, East Asia, Australia and the Pacific.  There are three types of lunar eclipses: khagras, khandgras and kankanakriti.

The 3.28-hour period of today's partial lunar eclipse will be the longest in the last 580 years.




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The 3.28-hour period of today's partial lunar eclipse will be the longest in the last 580 years.

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