Lunar Eclipse 2021: Don’t Miss This Opportunity To See Super Blood Moon
A Super Blood Moon and total Lunar Eclipse, the first in over two years, will be seen on May 26. There are many special features of this Lunar Eclipse and Super Blood Moon and so try not to miss it. You will find several links online where you can watch this celestial drama live on Wednesday. The Lunar Eclipse or Chandra Grahan won’t be seen from most parts of India. Only few places in the eastern parts of the country will be able to see the partial eclipse close to the eastern horizon after moonrise.
Can everyone see the total Lunar Eclipse (Chandra Grahan) and Super Blood Moon in India?
Most people in India will not be able to see the Super Blood Moon and total Lunar Eclipse since the moon will be below the eastern horizon during the eclipse. Those living in the eastern parts of the country are likely to see the last part of the eclipse. The partial Lunar Eclipse will start around 3:15 PM and end at 6:22 PM in Kolkata. Here is the Chandra Grahan time for those who want to know: In India, the total Lunar Eclipse would start at 2:17 PM and end at 7:19 PM.