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Partial Lunar Eclipse 2019 Today Highlights: India witnesses celestial phenomenon

Partial Lunar Eclipse or Chandra Grahan July 2019: The partial lunar eclipse was visible in India and the event began from 1:31 am on July 17.

Partial Lunar Eclipse 2019 Live Stream: How to watch in India, timings and more

Lunar Eclipse July 2019 Today Live Streaming in India: Today on July 16, 2019, a partial lunar eclipse will take place in some parts of the world. Here is how you can watch the live streaming online in India.


Lunar Eclipse on July 16, 2019: What is a partial lunar eclipse, India timings and more

Lunar Eclipse July 2019 Date and Timings in India: On July 16, 2019 a partial lunar eclipse will take place and it will be visible in South America, Europe, Africa, Asia and Australia.

Lunar eclipse 2019: Unique facts to share with kids

Partial lunar eclipse 2019: ‘Totality’ is the term used when the moon is fully darkened during a total lunar eclipse. When both the sun and eclipsed moon are observed at the same time, it’s known as a ‘selenelion’.

Lunar Eclipse 2019 on July 16: Timings in India, how to watch and more details

Partial Lunar Eclipse July 2019 Date and Time in India: According to the Indian Standard Time, the partial umbral eclipse will begin at 1:31 AM on July 17. The peak of the eclipse will be at 3:01 AM and the partial umbral eclipse will end at 4:30 PM.

Partial Lunar Eclipse 2019: Tips to watch and facts to share with your kids

Lunar Eclipse 2019: Unlike a solar eclipse, watching the lunar eclipse is completely safe. But before watching it with your kids, here are some tips to keep in mind.


Lunar eclipse on July 16, next solar eclipse to take place on December 26

Solar Eclipse, Lunar Eclipse 2019 Date and Time in India: On 26 December, the planet will be gearing up for a solar eclipse. This solar eclipse will be the third solar eclipse of the year and can be seen from much of Asia, East in Europe, North/West Australia, East in Africa, Pacific, Indian Ocean.

Space rock hit Moon during January's total eclipse

A space rock collided with the Moon at a speed of 61,000 kilometres an hour during the total lunar eclipse in January this year, excavating a crater 10 to 15 metres across, scientists say.

Super Blood lunar eclipse 2019: Total lunar eclipse comes with supermoon bonus

Super Blood Wolf Moon Lunar Eclipse 2019: Besides the Americas, the entire lunar extravaganza could be observed, weather permitting, all the way across the Atlantic to parts of Europe.

Lunar Eclipse: Safety tips and how to watch it with the kids

Chandra Grahan or Lunar Eclipse: A lunar eclipse is caused by the alignment of Sun, Earth and the Moon in the same order and the alignment has to be very precise. An eclipse is a painfully slow process, check its progress once every 5-10 minutes to see a visible difference.

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Lunar eclipse 2018: Stargazers witness rare 'Super Blue Blood Moon'

The last “super blue blood moon” occurred on 30 December 1982, when it was seen in Europe, Africa and western Asia.

Partial lunar eclipse: 'Blood red' moon lights up night sky

The next lunar eclipse will be on January 31, 2018 and it will be total. It will also be visible from all parts of the Indian sub-continent.


People witness partial lunar eclipse across India

A lunar eclipse occurs when the earth comes in between the sun and the moon, casting a shadow on the moon.

'Blood moon' eclipse graces pre-dawn skies

The Blood Moon, created by the full moon passing into the shadow of the earth during a total lunar eclipse.

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The Super Blood Wolf Moon of 2019: Here's Everything You Need To Know About The Phenomenon

Here is everything to know about the Super Blood Wolf Moon Eclipse that's happening in the month of January 2019, from when to expect it and what exactly you'll see.