Lunar Eclipse 2022 On November 8, 2022: Know Chandra Grahan timings in all the major Indian cities

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The last total lunar eclipse of 2022 is on November 8, after which the next lunar eclipse will occur on March 14, 2025. It is also anointed as the blood Moon because the Moon (our natural satellite) slips into the Earth’s shadow.

During this natural event, the Moon will take on a reddish hue. Nonetheless, it should be visible to the naked eye, though binoculars and a simple telescope may reveal more detail.

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You can get a glimpse of it from your hometown or the place where you reside; without using special instruments too.

This will be the last total lunar eclipse for almost 3 years. So, find out whether the blood Moon will be visible in your area.

Here is a list of the eclipse timings in all major cities of India.

Kolkata – Total Lunar Eclipse: A total lunar eclipse can be seen in Kolkata at 04:55 pm. The eclipse will start at 04:52 pm and end at 07:26 pm, which will last for 2 hours and 34 minutes.

Delhi– Partial Lunar Eclipse: The lunar eclipse will reach its maximum point in Delhi at 05:31 pm and there will be a 66 per cent shadow on the Moon. The eclipse event will start at 05:28 pm and will end at 07:26 pm, which will last for 1 hour and 58 minutes.

Mumbai – Partial Lunar Eclipse: People in Mumbai will see the lunar eclipse at 06:04 PM with only 14 per cent opacity. The event will start at 06:01 pm and end at 07:26 pm, which will last for 1 hour and 25 minutes.

Bengaluru – Partial Lunar Eclipse: The eclipse will be at its maximum time at 05:57 PM in Bengaluru with 23 per cent opacity. It will start at 05:49 PM and end at 07:26 PM, which will last for 1 hour and 36 minutes.

Nagpur – Partial Lunar Eclipse – Partial Lunar Eclipse will be visible at 05:35 PM, which will start from 05:32 PM and end at 07:26 PM. It will last for 1 hour and 54 minutes. The Moon will be about 60 per cent obscure in Nagpur.

Kohima – Full Lunar Eclipse – The eclipse in Kohima will be in its maximum phase at around 4:29 pm. The event will start at 04:23 PM and end at 07:26 PM. It will last for 3 hours and 2 minutes.

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Agartala – Total Lunar Eclipse – The eclipse will be at its maximum at 04:43 pm, which will start at 04:38 pm and end at 07:26 pm. It will last for 2 hours and 47 minutes.

Guwahati – Total Lunar Eclipse – The lunar eclipse in Guwahati will start at 4:32 pm and will end at 07:26 pm. The total eclipse duration will be 2 hours 53 minutes and it will be maximum at 04:36 PM.

Bhubaneswar – Total Lunar Eclipse – The eclipse will be at its maximum point in Bhubaneswar at 05:09 pm and will last for 2 hours and 20 minutes.

Siliguri – Full Lunar Eclipse – There will be a total lunar eclipse in Siliguri at 04:49 pm. The eclipse will last for 2 hours and 41 minutes.

Patna – Full Lunar Eclipse – Full Lunar Eclipse will be visible in Patna at 05:06 pm, which will last for about 2 hours and 26 minutes.

Noida – Partial Lunar Eclipse – The eclipse in Noida will be visible at its maximum at 05:30 pm. It will end at 07:26 PM, which will last for 1 hour and 59 minutes.

Gurugram – Partial Lunar Eclipse – Partial Lunar Eclipse in Gurugram will be visible at its maximum point at around 05:33 pm.

Chandigarh – Partial Lunar Eclipse – The eclipse will last for 1 hour and 59 minutes in Chandigarh. It will be visible at its maximum point at 05:30 pm.

Hyderabad – Partial Lunar Eclipse – In Hyderabad, people can see the lunar eclipse maximum at 05:43 PM. Duration will be of 1 hour 46 minutes.

Chennai Partial Lunar Eclipse – The eclipsed Moon in Chennai will be visible for 1 hour and 48 minutes. It will reach its maximum point at 05:42 pm.

Srinagar – Partial Lunar Eclipse – The eclipsed Moon in Srinagar will rise above the horizon at 05:31 PM with about 66 per cent opacity.

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