Lunar Eclipse 2019

Don't Miss This Celestial Spectacle

Lunar Eclipse

Lunar Eclipse 2019, Don’t Miss This Celestial Spectacle, Thunder Moon to pass through Earth’s shadow on Tuesday during partial lunar eclipse. On 16 and 17 July, many parts of the world will be able to witness a partial lunar eclipse including India. Apart from India, the partial lunar eclipse is going to be visible in most regions of Asia and Europe, Africa, Australia, and South America.

According to reports, the Moon will enter penumbra on July 17, 2019, at around 12:12 AM. Then the Moon will enter umbra at around 1.31 am and the maximum eclipse will be seen at around at 3 am. At around 4.30 am, the partial lunar eclipse will end and the Moon will leave penumbra at around 5.49 am.

The eclipse will be visible in areas across Australasia (Australia, New Zealand, and some neighboring islands), Asia except northeastern parts, Africa, Europe except northern most Scandinavia, and most of South America.

Duration of The Partial Lunar Eclipse

The total duration of the eclipse is 5 hours, 34 minutes.

The duration of the partial eclipse is 2 hours, 58 minutes.

Watch Partial Lunar Eclipse Live Stream

Norway-based site Time and Date, which tracks global time zones, will live stream the upcoming partial lunar solar eclipse. Lunar Eclipse Live

This is going to be the last lunar eclipse of 2019. According to Eclipse wise, the next lunar eclipse occurs on 10 Jan 2020, followed by three more in the same year.

Dark Moons are very good for keeping work a secret. When there is no light, no one can see what you’re up to. Therefore, Dark Moon Magic is particularly secretive and protective. This month, we’ve had two Dark Moons which is quite unusual. The second Dark Moon take place on July 31, which some believe means it’s going to be extra powerful.

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