Those interested in astronomical events are excited about the last lunar eclipse of the year. The last lunar eclipse of this year will take place on Friday, November 19. According to NASA, this partial lunar eclipse will occur between the midnight of 18 and 19. However, it will depend on the time zone, at what time the lunar eclipse will be visible in which country. According to astronomical scholars, such a lunar eclipse is taking place after about 600 years.

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Period of partial lunar eclipse in India

Lunar Eclipse

Partial Lunar Eclipse On November 19, due to the greater distance between the Moon and the Earth, there will be a long duration eclipse. The total duration of this partial lunar eclipse will be 3 hours 28 minutes and 24 seconds. Let us tell you that such a long lunar eclipse took place on 18 February 1440. That is, such a long partial lunar eclipse was about 580 years ago and now such a long eclipse will take place on 8 February 2669.

Where will the lunar eclipse be visible in India-

In India, a partial lunar eclipse will be visible in the capital of Manipur, Imphal and border areas. Due to the partial lunar eclipse, it will not be visible across the country. It will appear as a light line. In India, this eclipse will be visible from 12.28 pm to 04.17 pm on November 19.

Sutak will not be valid in India-

The last lunar eclipse of the year will be partially visible in India. In such a situation, Sutak period will not be valid in the country.

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When will the last solar eclipse of the year take place-

After the partial lunar eclipse, the last and second solar eclipse of the year will also take place. Solar eclipse will happen on 4th December 2021.