The second and last lunar eclipse of the year will take place on November 18-19, 2021, when the century’s longest partial lunar eclipse will be seen. The Hindu festival of Kartik Purnima falls on November 19, the day of the lunar eclipse. It will be visible throughout India.
Although it will just be a partial eclipse, the longest in 21st-century history, the eclipse will last for 3 hours and 28 minutes. In July 2018, the longest lunar eclipse of the century lasted 42 minutes.
A lunar eclipse happens when the Earth’s shadow casts a shadow on the Moon. No more than two to five of these rare lunar eclipses occur each year during the Full Moon phase.
Date and time of the Lunar Eclipse of 2021 in India
On November 19, a partial lunar eclipse will be seen in India. However, most of the country will not be able to see it. If the weather cooperates, residents of Arunachal Pradesh and Assam will have the opportunity to see the closing stages of the race live. As a result, people who choose to watch it in real-time can do so. As several channels will be broadcasting the event live.
Depending on the time zone of the countries involved, the lunar eclipse will occur earlier or later in the evening. This lunar eclipse can be seen without the aid of binoculars or telescopes; all you need to do is go outside and gaze at the celestial body.
A lunar eclipse is expected in the following countries:
The spectacular view of the lunar eclipse will be available to anyone in North and South America, Australia, Europe, and Asia. At 2:18 a.m. on the East Coast, it will begin, and at 4:02 on the West Coast, it will be at its height. It will start around 11 p.m. on the West Coast and peak around 1 a.m. on the East Coast.
Streaming options for the Lunar Eclipse 2021
Even if you aren’t able to observe this lunar eclipse, you can still watch it live! On this youtube channel, you can witness the full LIVE streaming of the longest lunar eclipse.