Chandra Grahan 2021: After the year 1212, this special place will see a wonderful sight, the moon will be completely red.

Chandra Grahan 2021: Lunar eclipse will be seen in the world on Friday. This eclipse is going to be special in New Zealand due to very special reasons.

Chandra Grahan 2021

Lunar eclipse will be seen in the world on Friday. In India, this eclipse will be partial but the people of New Zealand will witness a rare lunar eclipse after 800 years. 

According to the partner website WION, a total lunar eclipse (Lunar Eclipse 2021) will be seen in New Zealand after 800 years. There the lunar eclipse will start from 8.20 pm (according to New Zealand time). At that time the shadow of the earth will start falling on the moon. By 10 pm, about 97 percent of the Moon will be covered by Earth’s shadow. During that time, the surface of the Moon will turn red for a while. 

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According to the website, at around 12 o’clock in the night, the Lunar Eclipse 2021 will gradually start to end. In this way, just before the eclipse will complete its journey of three and a half hours. The people of New Zealand will witness this wonderful lunar eclipse for about three and a half hours. 

Such a rare eclipse was seen in the year 1212

Rob Davison, an astronomer at the Stardome Observatory in Auckland, said that before this such a rare lunar eclipse (Chandra Grahan 2021) had been seen in the year 1212. 800 years after that, now again such a rare coincidence is happening on 19th November. This in itself is unbelievable.

Unique moon will be visible for three and a half hours

Astronomer Rob Davison says that when a total lunar eclipse (Lunar Eclipse 2021) is taking place, then it is normal for the eclipse to be visible for such a long period. But this time there is a partial eclipse, not a complete one. In such a situation, seeing a partial lunar eclipse for about three and a half hours is a big deal in itself. 

Let us tell that this partial lunar eclipse in India will last from 12:48 pm to 04:17 minutes. There will be no effect of this lunar eclipse (Chandra Grahan 2021) on India. Due to partial eclipse, there will be no Sutak period. Therefore, people will not even need to take special measures during this time.

Read 10 important things related to the lunar eclipse that will take place on the day of Kartik Purnima tomorrow.

There is going to be a lunar eclipse on the day of Kartik Purnima on November 19. A lunar eclipse is considered an inauspicious event. During this time worship and auspicious works are prohibited. The effect of lunar eclipse will be seen on all the 12 zodiac signs. Read 10 important things related to the lunar eclipse on the full moon of Shukla Paksha of Kartik month.

1. Longest Lunar Eclipse of the Century – On November 19, the longest lunar eclipse of the century is going to happen. Due to the long duration of this eclipse, it is being called the longest lunar eclipse of the century.

Chandra Grahan 2021: After the year 1212, this special place will see a wonderful sight, the moon will be completely red.
Chandra Grahan 2021: After the year 1212, this special place will see a wonderful sight, the moon will be completely red.

2. Lunar eclipse will take place in which zodiac sign- The last lunar eclipse of the year will be in Taurus. Rahu is transiting in Taurus. Due to this, the eclipse will have the most effect on Taurus.

3. Time of Lunar Eclipse- According to the Hindu calendar, the eclipse will start at 11:34 in the morning and will end at 05:59 in the evening.

4. Last lunar eclipse of the year – On November 19, the last lunar eclipse of the year will take place. The next lunar eclipse will take place on 16 May 2022.

5. Lunar Eclipse on Kartik Purnima- The full moon of Shukla Paksha of Kartik month is called Kartik Purnima. Kartik Purnima has a special significance in Hinduism.

6. Sutak Kaal- Sutak Kaal will not be valid on 19th November. This eclipse will be a partial eclipse, so the Sutak period will not be valid in India. Sutak period will be valid only in total lunar eclipse.

7. Where will it be visible in India – On November 19, the northeastern state of India will be visible in parts of Assam, Arunachal Pradesh.

8. Where will it be seen abroad – On November 19, the lunar eclipse will be visible in America, Northern Europe, East Asia, Australia and Pacific Ocean region.

9. How many lunar eclipses will take place in 2021- In the year 2021, the sum of two lunar eclipses was formed. On November 19, the last and second lunar eclipse of the year will take place.

10. How does a lunar eclipse occur- Lunar eclipse is an important astronomical event. When the shadow of the earth starts falling on the moon, then this condition is called lunar eclipse.