The last lunar eclipse of the year will happen on November 19, will be a special coincidence after 600 years


The last lunar eclipse of the year will be visible on November 19. The lunar eclipse will take place on the full moon date of Kartik Shukla Paksha. This lunar eclipse has special significance from the religious point of view. It is not only showing its effect on the zodiac signs, but such a coincidence is being made after 600 years. The lunar eclipse will be visible not only in India but in parts of West Africa, Western Europe, North America, South America, Asia, Australia, Atlantic Ocean and Pacific Ocean.

The last lunar eclipse of the year is happening on November 19. It is being told that after the last 600 years, such a long lunar eclipse is taking place. According to the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), a partial lunar eclipse is happening at night on November 18 and 19.

The US space agency NASA said that the eclipse will be visible from any place according to the weather. It will appear earlier or later in the evening depending on the time zone.


According to a Press Information Bureau release, the partial eclipse will begin at around 12:48 pm Indian Standard Time and end at 4:17 pm. According to the PIB, “the partial phase of the eclipse will end over Arunachal Pradesh and north eastern parts of Assam just after moonrise.”

According to the Earth Sky website, the last time such a long partial lunar eclipse occurred on February 18, 1440 and the next one will be seen on February 8, 2669.

Let us tell you that a lunar eclipse occurs on a full moon day, when the Earth comes between the Sun and the Moon and when all three are aligned. A total lunar eclipse occurs when the entire Moon comes under Earth’s shadow and a partial lunar eclipse occurs when only a part of the Moon is under Earth’s shadow.


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