Lunar Eclipse 2021

Lunar Eclipse 2021: When will the lunar eclipse take place?

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According to the almanack, a lunar eclipse 2021 is going to happen on 26 May, Wednesday. The world is eyeing this astronomical event with India. In astrology, lunar eclipse and solar eclipse are considered to be important event. It is believed that the eclipse has an effect on all zodiac signs. This time the event of lunar eclipse is going to happen in the corona period. There are a total of four eclipses this year. In which there are two lunar eclipses and two solar eclipses. The first eclipse is going to happen on Wednesday. According to science, at which time the earth comes between the sun and the moon. Because of which sunlight does not fall on the moon, then that event is called a lunar eclipse.

The lunar eclipse is being observed on Vaishakh Purnima
According to astrology calculations, May 26, 2021, is the full moon date of Shukla Paksha of Vaishakh month on Wednesday. This full moon is also known as Vaishakh Purnima and Buddha Purnima.

Lunar eclipse 2021 time

The first lunar eclipse of the year 2021 will be in Scorpio and Anuradha Nakshatra. According to Indian time, the lunar eclipse will start at 2.17 in the afternoon and will end at 07.19 in the evening. From some places in India, it will look like a shadow lunar eclipse. This will be for a total of 5 hours.

The lunar eclipse will be seen in America
Lunar eclipses will be seen from most parts of East Asia, the Pacific Ocean, North and South America, and from Australia, this complete lunar eclipse will be seen. During a full lunar eclipse in most parts of India, the moon will be below the eastern horizon. Therefore, the people of the country will not be able to see this full lunar eclipse. This full lunar eclipse will look the same as the shadow lunar eclipse in India. That too from some parts of eastern India. In some parts of eastern India, only the last part of the partial lunar eclipse can be seen. This full lunar eclipse will be seen partially from Kolkata for a few minutes