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Lunar Eclipse

'Ring Of Fire' Today: India To Miss Out On Celestial Event

Jun 09, 2021 Dr Debiprosad Duari

The Annular eclipse can only be seen from Northern Canada, Greenland, and parts of northern Russia.

Eastern Sky To See Super Blood Moon Right After Total Lunar Eclipse On May 26 Evening

May 19, 2021 Outlook Web Bureau

Explaining the reason behind calling it a blood moon, renowned astrophysicist Debiprasad Duari said as the totally eclipsed moon takes a dark blackish red colour (it) is called a blood moon.


Four Eclipses In 2021, Two To Be Visible In India

A total lunar eclipse occurs when the earth comes between the sun and the moon.

Partial Lunar Eclipse On July 16, To Be Visible From India

Jul 15, 2019 Outlook Web Bureau

The eclipse will be visible in parts of Europe, Africa, South America, and Australia.


Moon To Be Closest To Earth, Lunar Eclipse On Sunday

It is a super blood Moon - 'super' because the Moon will be closest to Earth in its orbit during the full Moon and 'blood' because the total lunar eclipse will turn the Moon a reddish hue.

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28 July, 2018

'Blood moon' Dazzles Skygazers In Century's Longest Eclipse

Outlook Web Bureau

Mars hovered near the moon in the night sky, easily visible to the naked eye.


27 July, 2018

Lunar Eclipse Tonight: Here's All You Need To Know About Blood Moon

Outlook Web Bureau

The eclipse will also coincide with the closest approach of Mars to Earth. The Nehru Planetarium in New Delhi will organise a 'Moon Carnival' on Friday.



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