Chandra Grahan Live 2023 last lunar eclipse ends in india and world details
On October 28, people saw the last lunar eclipse of the year. According to the Panchang, the last partial lunar eclipse of this year occurred on the full moon day of Ashwin Shukla Paksha in Ashwini Nakshatra and Aries. The eclipse was seen in all parts including Delhi, UP, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan and Bihar. It ended at 2:25 in the night. The midnight was at quarter to 2 in the night. Lunar eclipse looked like this across the country-
Let us tell you that this eclipse lasted for about 1 hour 9 minutes. Apart from India, this eclipse was also visible in countries like Australia, North America, East and South America, Indian Ocean, Atlantic and Antarctica including Europe etc. Lunar eclipse can be seen even with naked eyes. People all over the world also watched the eclipse through live telecast on the internet.
After this, the next lunar eclipse is going to occur in 2024. It is going to be held on 25th of March for which it is being said that it will not be visible in India. At the same time, next year's solar eclipse has been said to be special for which it has been said that at the time of the eclipse, the view will be like night even during the day. No lunar eclipse will be visible in India next year.
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