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Last Lunar Eclipse of 2022: Will take place on 8th November. Read for complete details

The last lunar eclipse of this year will take place on 8 November 2022. The lunar eclipse in India will start visible at 5:32 pm and will end at 6:18 pm. In such a situation, the Sutak period of the lunar eclipse will start at 9:21 am and will end at 6:18 am. This is the last lunar eclipse of the year and will take place in Aries. During a lunar eclipse, the Earth comes between the Moon and the Sun while orbiting the Sun. During this, the moon is completely hidden from the shadow of the earth.

After this, the same lunar eclipse will occur after three years again on March 14, 2025. This lunar eclipse is also called a blood moon. However, partial and complete eclipses can be seen during this lunar eclipse. According to NASA, the lunar eclipse will be visible in the western parts of North and Central America and Ecuador, Colombia and Venezuela, and Peru. This eclipse will also be visible in Asia, Australia, and New Zealand. Apart from this, the people of Alaska will get an opportunity to see every phase of the eclipse.

Indian states Where You Can See The Lunar Eclipse

In India, the lunar eclipse will be visible only in the eastern parts. At the same time, a partial eclipse will be visible from most parts of India. Talking about the cities, there will be an eclipse in Kohima, Agartala, Guwahati, Kolkata, Bhubaneshwar, Siliguri, Patna, and Ranchi. Along with this other states like Delhi, Ahmedabad, Bengaluru, Mumbai, Nagpur, Srinagar, Noida, Gurugram, Chandigarh, Hyderabad, Chennai, Surat, Pune, Jaipur, Lucknow, Madurai, and Udaipur all these states will see a partial eclipse. People will be able to see this event from the time of the moonrise. However, the initial phase of a partial and total eclipse will not be visible as both events begin when the Moon is below the horizon everywhere in India.

The Lunar Eclipse In India Will Start With A Moonrise

The partial lunar eclipse will start at 02:40 pm and the full lunar eclipse will start at 03:47 pm. The maximum lunar eclipse will be visible at 04:29 pm. The total lunar eclipse will end at 5:11 pm. The total duration of the total lunar eclipse will be 1 hour 24 minutes and the partial phase will last for 3 hours 38 minutes.