Chandra Grahan 2023: After the solar eclipse, the last lunar eclipse is going to happen on October 28, ending the year, this eclipse is going to happen on the Sharad Purnima day of Ashwin month, some time before Karva Chauth, which can be seen in many countries of the world. Let us tell you that eclipse is a natural phenomenon which has religious as well as scientific importance, in such a situation, whom is this last eclipse of the year going to affect and also where and how it can be seen, we are going to tell about it.
Where will the lunar eclipse be seen?
Let us tell you that this last lunar eclipse of this time is going to take place on the day of Sharad Purnima which can be seen in India also. Along with this, this eclipse is going to be visible in most of the countries of Asia like Nepal, Bhutan, Pakistan, Afghanistan, Sri Lanka, China, Iran, Russia, Kazakhstan, Saudi Arabia, Sudan. The last lunar eclipse of the year can be seen in all the states and cities of India.
timing of lunar eclipse
According to Indian time, this lunar eclipse will start from 01:05 midnight and will last till 02:24 am. Since it is night in India at that time, it will be visible here also and according to astrological calculations, the Sutak period which starts 12 hours earlier will also be valid here. The time of Sutak period will start from 04:05 pm on 28th October.
Eclipse is taking place on this zodiac sign
According to astrology, eclipse directly affects humans, whereas this last eclipse this time is going to occur in Ashwini Nakshatra and Aries, which means that this zodiac sign is going to be most affected this time.
How can you see the lunar eclipse?
Eclipse is an interesting astronomical phenomenon, people often get excited about seeing lunar eclipse and solar eclipse, but let us tell you that it should not be seen at all with naked eyes. Also, only solar filters are used to view the eclipse. Apart from this, viewing the eclipse through any unsafe object can cause great harm to the eyes.
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