Chandra Grahan 2019 Live Updates: Date, Timing In India and Significance of The Lunar Eclipse: The world is all set to see the longest lunar eclipse in a century on this 16th July, night and early hours of the 17th July with duration of one hour and 43 minutes.
Chandra Grahan 2019 Live Updates
This Chandra Grahan 2019 or The lunar eclipse shall be visible in India too. This day will be also regarded as the blood moon day and on this Chandra Grahan 2019, the moon will be known as the ‘Blood Moon,’ as the satellite will be turn into complete reddish.
A lunar eclipse occur when at the time the moon passes directly behind the earth and the moon is eclipsed by the shadow of the earth. At the period of this total lunar eclipse, the earth blocks direct sunlight from reaching towards the moon. The only light that reflects from the surface is Actually changes ITS direction by earth’s atmosphere; AND THEN the light is tends to appear as in the red colour, that is it is known as Blood Moon.
How & Where to watch live Chandra Grahan 2019 from India
The total Lunar Eclipse will be going to take place from this 17th July and lunar elicpses always occur in the full moon night anyway…
Here are the timings of the Chandra Grahan 2019 or Lunar Eclipse:
When Is Chandra Grahan 2019: Date And Timings Of Lunar Eclipse
The first part or phase of lunar eclipse is going to witness the moon fall under the earth’s shadow. This phase is also regarded as the penumbral eclipse (initial stage).
This event is said to be start from this 11:44 pm IST on July 27. The first phase of the lunar eclipse is all set to extent till 11:54 pm. The total lunar eclipse will be as per reports set in from 1:00 am IST on July 28. This one is regarded as the total lunar eclipse or Chandra Grahn effects will be affected some towns in India, which includes, Delhi, Pune, Bengaluru and Mumbai among others.
For the second phase, as the moon continues on its orbit, that will be the another partial lunar eclipse, which is all set to be visible from around 2:43 am IST.
AS per the reports in ANI, the moon will be in perfect alignment when this will be come in face-off with the sun and the earth. The eclipse will be visible all across in the whole earth, except North America.
This lunar eclipse can be best viewed from Australia, New Zealand, Africa and Asia.
On January 31st, the world actually seen o see its first lunar eclipse of the year, where the moon appeared red in colour and was massive in its size. though, it was visible only in a few nation and that was occur first time ever in 152 years, a supermoon, a blue moon and a blood moon coincided.
Chandra Grahan 2019: Does Lunar Eclipse Affect Your Body System?
It is believed that cycles of the moon will be going to effect the human body system also; both physically and psychologically. In the different nations, There are different beliefs and practices, regarding in the correlation with the lunar eclipse in the whole world.
These beliefs have let born some superstitions, some of which are still observed today. on the other hand, none of these beliefs or practices have been received support from science or scientific studies.
Post this, you will witness the next lunar eclipse on December 31, 2028.