The world will witness partial lunar eclipse July 16 and 17. A partial lunar eclipse happens when the Earth moves between the Sun and Moon. As sky lovers wait excitedly to watch Chandra Grahan 2019 we bring to you live streaming of the event. You can watch partial lunar eclipse 2019 live here. The partial lunar eclipse will be visible across India, except some parts of Arunachal Pradesh. After 2019 lunar eclipse, the moon will go through the Earth's dark umbral shadow during a total lunar eclipse only on May 26, 2021. Lunar Eclipse 2019: Date and Sutak Time in India for Chandra Grahan.
The penumbral eclipse will begin on July 17 at 12:13 am and the moon will enter Umbra from 1:31 am. The partial lunar eclipse will reach its peak at 3 am. The Chandra Grahan will end around 4:39 am. The entire eclipse will be active for five hours and 34 minutes while the partial lunar eclipse will be for a duration of two hours and 58 minutes. Know Date, Timings and Places From Where the Celestial Event of Chandra Grahan Will be Visible.
The lunar eclipse takes place during a full Moon. During this phenomenon, the Sun, Earth and the Moon are in the perfect line up as the Earth blocks the Sun's light from falling directly on the Moon. However, this time due to the alignment of the Sun, Earth and Moon, it will be a partial lunar eclipse instead of a total lunar eclipse. Lunar Eclipse of July 16, 2019: Tips for Pregnant Women During Chandra Grahan or Sutak Kaal; List of Dos and Don’ts.
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According to Earth Sky, North America will not be able to see the eclipse this time. When the moon passes through the Earth's inner dark umbral shadow, it will last for nearly three hours. The eclipse is visible from South America in the early evening on July 16, also from Europe and Africa, in the evening. In Asia and Australia, it will happen during the morning night time on July 17.