Lunar Eclipse 2022: The year’s first Chandra Grahan brings the ‘Blood Moon’; check date and time
Lunar Eclipse 2022: The year’s first lunar eclipse or Chandra Grahan is going to take place very soon.when the flower Moon will turn into blood Moon. Check the date and time for the eclipse now.
Lunar Eclipse 2022: The year's first lunar eclipse is soon going to take place and it will display a fascinating ‘Blood Moon' to the inhabitants of the Earth. The stars, the Moon, the Sun and everything that lies between them, it will be really fascinating to your eyes. Outer space is an escape to greatness that mankind has been able to achieve to a limited extent. Space is indeed a place that offers us a series of awe inspiring phenomena. From the buzz created by the Black Holes to the concerns that an asteroid can impact Earth, it gives a sense of astonishment and dread. The latest upcoming event is the lunar eclipse or Chandra Grahan that will be taking place on May 15 or May 16 which will display the ‘Flower Moon Red'. To be able to experience and observe this, it will all depend on various factors including location. However, the eclipse will be broadcast online across the world for people who are not able to see it in person.
Lunar Eclipse 2022: The year's first Chandra Grahan brings the Blood Moon
2022 is expected to experience two lunar eclipses. The upcoming Chandra Grahan is going to be visible from select regions only. Now, depending on location, the eclipse can be a total one or penumbral. Penumbral eclipse occurs when the edge of the shadow of our Earth is cast over the Moon. The full eclipse is expected to be visible from portions of the Americas, Antarctica, Europe, Africa and the east Pacific, while people living in New Zealand, Eastern Europe and the Middle East will be able to experience the penumbral eclipse.
Lunar Eclipse 2022 date and time
This partial lunar eclipse is expected to take place on May 15 at 10:28 p.m. EDT. The total eclipse phase, Blood Moon, is expected to take place at around 12:11 a.m. EDT on the same day and the eclipse may end around 1:55 a.m. EDT. The Chandra Grahan may be observed an hour earlier. Roughly, the penumbral eclipse may begin an hour after the partial one.
While there are guidelines to observe a solar eclipse, Lunar eclipse is completely safe. One can observe it through naked eyes harmlessly. Additionally, lunar eclipses can last for longer hours in comparison to the solar eclipse. However, if the weather conditions are not good, then it will be difficult to observe anything.
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