It is expected that the last Lunar Eclipse of 2022 will be on November 8, and the next one will be on March 14, 2025. Due to its passage into the darkest part of the Earth’s shadow during this time, the Moon appears reddish-colored. Eclipses can be observed without special equipment. In order to improve visibility, binoculars and telescopes are useful, along with moving away from bright lights. Eastern parts of the country will see a total lunar eclipse, while the rest of the country will see a partial eclipse.
Our list of Lunar Eclipse timings for all major cities in India will help you out if you wish to witness the eclipse on November 8. Detailed information is provided below.
India’s major cities will experience eclipses at the following times:
- Kolkata: Total Lunar Eclipse
It will be possible to see the total Lunar Eclipse in Kolkata at 04:55 pm. It will last for 2 hours and 34 minutes and begin at 04:52 p.m. and end at 07:26 p.m.
- Partial Lunar Eclipse in Delhi
The Lunar Eclipse will reach its peak in Delhi at 05:31 p.m., obscuring the Moon by 66%. The phenomena will last 1 hour and 58 minutes, beginning at 05:28 pm and ending at 07:26 pm.
- Partial Lunar Eclipse in Mumbai
The Lunar Eclipse will be visible in Mumbai around 06:04 p.m., with just 14% obscuration. The phenomena will last 1 hour and 25 minutes, beginning at 06:01 pm and ending at 07:26 pm.
- Partial Lunar Eclipse in Bengaluru
The eclipse will be at its peak in Bengaluru around 05:57 p.m., with 23% obscuration. It will run 1 hour and 36 minutes and will begin at 05:49 pm and conclude at 07:26 pm.
- Nagpur: Partial Lunar Eclipse
The Partial Lunar Eclipse will be apparent at 05:35 p.m., commencing at 05:32 p.m. and lasting at 07:26 p.m. It will last 1 hour and 54 minutes. The Moon will be covered by about 60% in Nagpur.
- Kohima: Total Lunar Eclipse
The Eclipse will reach its greatest phase in Kohima at about 4:29 p.m. The phenomena will occur at 04:23 p.m. and terminate at 07:26 p.m. It will last 3 hours and 2 minutes.
- Agartala: Total Lunar Eclipse
The eclipse will peak at 04:43 p.m., after commencing at 04:38 p.m. and finishing at 07:26 p.m. It will last 2 hours and 47 minutes.
- Guwahati: Total Lunar Eclipse
The Lunar Eclipse will occur in Guwahati at 4:32 pm and end at 07:26 pm. The total Eclipse duration will be 2 hours and 53 minutes, and it will be at its maximum at 04:36 pm.
- Total Lunar Eclipse in Bhubaneswar
The Eclipse will peak at 05:09 pm in Bhubaneswar and span 2 hours and 20 minutes.
- Total Lunar Eclipse in Siliguri
At 04:49 p.m., Siliguri will see a complete lunar eclipse. The eclipse will last two hours and forty-one minutes.
- Total Lunar Eclipse in Patna
The complete Lunar Eclipse will be visible in Patna around 05:06 pm and will last approximately 2 hours and 26 minutes.
- Partial Lunar Eclipse in Noida
The Eclipse will be viewed at its brightest in Noida at 05:30 p.m. It will conclude at 07:26 p.m. after 1 hour and 59 minutes.
- Partial Lunar Eclipse in Gurugram
The partial Lunar Eclipse will be visible in Gurugram at its peak at 05:33 pm.
- Partial Lunar Eclipse in Chandigarh
The eclipse will last 1 hour and 59 minutes in Chandigarh. It will be viewed at its brightest at 05:30 p.m.
- Partial Lunar Eclipse in Hyderabad
The greatest Lunar Eclipse may be seen in Hyderabad around 05:43 p.m. The time will be 1 hour 46 minutes.
- Partial Lunar Eclipse in Chennai
The Eclipsed Moon will be sighted in Chennai for 1 hour and 48 minutes. It will reach its peak around 05:42 p.m.
- Partial Lunar Eclipse in Srinagar
At 05:31 p.m. in Srinagar, the Eclipsed Moon will ascend above the level with an occlusion of almost 66%.
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