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The Lunar Eclipse of the year is in November. When is it visible in your area, can it be seen with the naked eye, what are its special features?

The solar eclipse has just ended. The lunar eclipse is already near. The last and total lunar eclipse of 2022 is in November. After this, you will not see another total lunar eclipse for about 3 years. So let us know whether this eclipse will be visible in your area, how to see it, and what are its special things.

The last lunar eclipse of the year is falling on Tuesday, November 8. This will be a total lunar eclipse. After this, the next total lunar eclipse will take place on 14 March 2025 after a gap of three years. During this, there is a partial and partial lunar eclipse.

On 8 November 2022, the Moon will pass through the Earth’s shadow and turn red. This will be the last total lunar eclipse in about 3 years, so be sure to check it out. It will be visible in your area,’ NASA tweeted.

What is a total Lunar Eclipse?

A lunar eclipse always occurs on a full moon day. A total lunar eclipse (total lunar eclipse 2022) occurs when the Sun, Earth, and Moon come together in a straight line. During this, the light of the Sun does not fall directly on the Moon but is visible on the Moon as Earth’s shadow. This is called a lunar eclipse.

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Lunar Eclipse time in India

Full Lunar Eclipse The last lunar eclipse of 2022 will take place on November 8. The eclipse will start at 5:32 pm and end at 6:48 pm. The total duration of the eclipse is 45 minutes and 48 seconds.

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Lunar eclipse 2022 visibility

According to the ‘Time and Date’ website, the total lunar eclipse will be visible in parts of Northern/Eastern Europe, Asia, Australia, North America, South America, the Pacific, Atlantic, Indian Ocean, Arctic, and Antarctica. In India, it is visible in Kolkata, Siliguri, Patna, Ranchi, and Guwahati. However, a partial lunar eclipse will be seen in New Delhi and other parts of India. The phases of an eclipse happen simultaneously for everyone. But not everyone will see a total eclipse.

Sutak period

According to astrology, when a lunar eclipse occurs, the Sutak period starts exactly 9 hours before. No auspicious work is done during the Sutak period. This lunar eclipse is visible in India, so the Sutak period is valid in India.

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Do’s and don’ts during the Lunar Eclipse

The lunar eclipse can be seen with the naked eye. In this case, the sun is behind you so there is no danger of naked-eye observation. Still, it is better to use binoculars, binoculars or glasses.
It is not advised to eat during the eclipse. Also, it is advised to keep basil leaves in food dishes.
To reduce the harmful effects of the lunar eclipse, chant mantras and take the name of God.
Donating food and clothes after the lunar eclipse is considered auspicious.

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