New Delhi: The last lunar eclipse of the year is going to take place today. This lunar eclipse will take up to three hours. It will be partial lunar eclipse which can be seen throughout the country. According to Indian time, this eclipse will begin on 1st July at 31 minutes on July 16 and will end on July 17 at 4:30 pm. This lunar eclipse will be visible throughout India as there will be night here. This lunar eclipse is also special because of this, because today Guru is full moon.
Let us know that partial lunar eclipse on July 16 will be followed by the last assumption of 2019 and the third solar eclipse on December 26, which can be seen in India. If you also want to see the lunar eclipse live, you can click on the link below …
The best time to see the lunar eclipse at this time
Earth's shadow will be falling on the 65 percent of the moon at 03.01 in the morning. At this time the sun, the earth and the moon will be in a straight line. This will be the best opportunity to see the lunar eclipse.
According to Debi Prasad, watching the lunar eclipse with a naked eye is completely safe. It will not need a telescope to see it, although it can be seen in a superb way with a telescope.
Last lunar eclipse of year 2019
There will be five total eclipse in 2019. It consists of three solar eclipse and two lunar eclipse. The first solar eclipse of the year is January 6 and the second solar eclipse has happened on July 2, while the last solar eclipse will take place on December 26. Apart from this, the first lunar eclipse of the year is on January 21.