Partial lunar eclipse in India will appear on August 7 in many countries of the world

    Partial lunar eclipse in India will appear on August 7 in many countries of the world

Partial lunar eclipse in India will appear on August 7 in many countries of the world
Partial lunar eclipse in India will appear on August 7 in many countries of the world


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  On August 7, in India, the moon will be in the shadow of Earth and this day partial lunar eclipse is going to happen. This astronomical view will be visible from many countries of the world including India. An official of the Earth Sciences Ministry said that this will be the last lunar eclipse of the year in which eclipse will be 1.57 hours. The next lunar eclipse will take place on January 31, 2018, which will be the complete lunar eclipse and can be seen in India. According to information received from the Ministry, at the time of Delhi in India, at 10.52 a.m. the moon will start falling on the moon. At 11.50 eclipse will be at the peak. After this, the shadows of the earth will start sorting through the crescent. 12.49 AM will be free from the shadow of the Earth. This eclipse is called an eclipse. Partial eclipse of the Moon will start on August 7, which will start from 22.52 according to the Indian standard time and will continue till August 8, 00-49. During the maximum eclipse, only a small fraction of the moon will fall under the shadow of the Earth. This partial eclipse will be visible from all the places of India.

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The official said that this lunar eclipse will appear in the Western Pacific Ocean, Oceania, Australia, Asia, Africa, Europe and Antarctica. The entire partial lunar eclipse will be visible from most parts of Central and East Africa, Central Russia, China, India, Far East and Australia. Early phase of lunar eclipse-focal point can be seen from the North Pacific Ocean and South Pacific Ocean. The last phase of the lunar eclipse-focal point can be seen from the north-western part of Africa, the eastern part of Spain, France and Germany. The start of the moon eclipse will start from 22 o'clock in 52 minutes on August 7. It will end on August 8, at night, at 9.42. The magnitude of the eclipse is 0.251, which is taken according to the Moon's diameter 1.0.

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