Total Lunar Eclipse Today: The Total Lunar Eclipse, that will also be the second and the final lunar eclipse of the year 2022, is set to dazzle skywatchers on November 8. However, only the eastern parts of India will be able to witness a Total Lunar Eclipse.
Total Lunar Eclipse Today
It is noted that the highly-anticipated celestial event falls two weeks after a partial solar eclipse was observed in the sky. The Total Lunar Eclipse will begin at 1:32 pm and while the totality will last for 1 hour 25 minutes, the partial phase of the eclipse will stretch for about 3 hours 40 minutes.
The Total Lunar Eclipse will be visible in eastern Indian cities including Kolkata, Guwahati, Patna and Ranchi. “The eclipse will be visible from all parts of India from the moonrise time, but the beginning phase both the partial and total eclipse will not be visible because both the event begins when the moon is below the horizon everywhere in India,” astrophysicist Debi Prasad Duari said.
Moreover, the full extent of the Total Lunar Eclipse will be visible in Detroit, Washington DC, Havana, Melbourne, Bangkok, Jakarta, Seoul, Sydney, Manila, Chicago, Tokyo, New York, Los Angeles, Mexico, and Beijing.
Meanwhile, people in the extreme eastern part of Russia near the Arctic Circle and eastern Australia will witness the complete full phase of the Total Lunar Eclipse after the moon rises. Alaska, Canada, Mexico, and Greenland will witness the complete full phase of the Total Lunar Eclipse before their moonset.
It is mentioned that Beaver Blood Moon offers world’s last Total Lunar Eclipse until 2025. The next one is not expected until March 14, 2025.