The final total lunar eclipse of 2022 occurs on November 8; the next total eclipse will be on March 14, 2025.
New Delhi: The final total lunar eclipse of 2022 occurs on November 8; the next total eclipse will be on March 14, 2025. Because the Moon appears red when it passes into the deepest section of the Earth’s shadow during this period, the occurrence is known as a “Blood Moon.” The eclipse can be seen without any specialised tools. Binoculars, telescopes, and relocating to a location away from bright lights all improve visibility. The eastern regions of India will witness a total lunar eclipse, while the remaining states will only witness a partial eclipse.
On November 8, there will be a lunar eclipse. Here are the eclipse times for all of India’s major cities:
In Kolkata, one can see the total lunar eclipse at 4:55 pm.
In Mumbai, people will witness the lunar eclipse at 6:04 pm with only 14 percent obscuration.
In Bengaluru, it will appear at 5:57 pm with 23 percent obscuration.
In Nagpur, a partial lunar eclipse will be visible at 5:35 pm,
In Kohima, the lunar eclipse will be at its maximum phase at around 4:29 pm.
In Guwahati, the lunar eclipse will start at 4:32 pm and end at 7:26 pm.
In Bhubaneswar, the eclipse will be at its maximum point at 5:09 pm
The total lunar eclipse in Patna will be visible at 5:06 pm, and last for about 2 hours and 26 minutes.
Several other India cities will witness lunar eclipse on November 8.