64th Day Of Lockdown

Maharashtra54758169541792 Tamil Nadu177289342128 Delhi152577264303 Gujarat148297139915 Rajasthan76804341172 Madhya Pradesh70243689305 Uttar Pradesh67243824177 West Bengal40091486283 Andhra Pradesh3117206558 Bihar300680014 Karnataka240576245 Punjab2106191840 Telangana1991128457 Jammu and Kashmir175983324 Odisha15937337 Haryana130582416 Kerala9645426 Assam683634 Jharkhand4261534 Uttarakhand400644 Chhatisgarh360790 Chandigarh2781874 Tripura2321650 Himachal Pradesh223634 Goa67280 Puducherry49170 Manipur3940 Meghalaya20121 Nagaland900 Arunachal Pradesh210 Mizoram110 Sikkim100
Nation Current Affairs 15 Jul 2019 All you need to know ...

All you need to know about India's partial lunar eclipse on July 17

DECCAN CHRONICLE
Published Jul 15, 2019, 3:39 pm IST
Updated Jul 15, 2019, 3:39 pm IST
As per US space agency NASA, the lunar eclipse will be at its peak at precisely 10.31pm BST on July 16 (3:01 am IST on July 17).
This partial eclipse is occurring after a total eclipse of the Sun, which was visible over South America on July 2. (Photo: Pixabay)
 This partial eclipse is occurring after a total eclipse of the Sun, which was visible over South America on July 2. (Photo: Pixabay)

Mumbai: The Moon, the Sun and the Earth will align together which will result in a partial lunar eclipse on July 17, 2019.

This partial eclipse is occurring after a total eclipse of the Sun, which was visible over South America on July 2.

 

As per US space agency NASA, the lunar eclipse will be at its peak at precisely 10.31pm BST on July 16 (3:01 am IST on July 17).

Where you can see the partial lunar eclipse?

It will be visible in much of Europe, Asia, Australia, Africa, South/East North America, South America, Pacific, Atlantic, Indian Ocean and Antarctica.

In India, the partial lunar eclipse will be visible from beginning to end across India, except extreme northeastern part of Arunachal Pradesh.

When to see partial lunar eclipse?

It will be visible from everywhere on the night side of the Earth, if the sky is clear.

In New Delhi, India, the partial lunar eclipse will be visible for a few hours, with the penumbral eclipse beginning at 00:13 am on July 17.

The partial lunar eclipse will begin at 01:31 am and will end three hours later at 04:29 am. The maximum eclipse can be seen at 03:00:44 am.

When will the next lunar eclipse occur?

It will be the last lunar eclipse of the year, with the next lunar eclipse occurring on January 10, 2020. The next total lunar eclipse will happen on May 26, 2021 whereas the next partial lunar eclipse will occur on November 19, 2021.

...
Location: India, Maharashtra




ADVERTISEMENT
ADVERTISEMENT
ADVERTISEMENT
ADVERTISEMENT
ADVERTISEMENT