Thursday , December 8 2022

The lunar eclipse (Chand Garehn) on 8th November 2022

The second and last lunar eclipse of this year will be on November 8, 2022. According to the Department of Meteorology, the second and last total lunar eclipse of this year will be on November 8, while it can be observed in Pakistan. Meteorologists say that the total lunar eclipse on November 8 will be visible in parts of Asia and Australia.

The lunar eclipse (Chand Garehn) on 8th November 2022

According to Pakistani time, the lunar eclipse will begin at 01:02 PM on November 8 and the total eclipse will be around 04:00 PM, due to which it will not be possible to observe it in Pakistan. It will be possible to see the partial lunar eclipse in different parts of India. The next time to see the total lunar eclipse will have to wait till March 2025.

The lunar eclipse (Chand Garehn) on 8th November 2022

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According to Pakistani time today, the lunar eclipse will begin at 01:02 PM, the moon will be completely eclipsed at 17:00 PM on the 3rd day, and the eclipse will peak at 4:00 PM. It should be noted that the lunar eclipse will end at 06:56 PM.

The lunar_eclipse will be visible in most parts of Asia, including Pakistan, Europe, Australia, Africa, South America, and other countries. when is the next lunar eclipse?

what is the lunar eclipse?

what is a lunar eclipse During the rotation of the sun, our planet (Earth) comes between the moon and the sun in such a way that the moon is obscured by the shadow of the earth. This is possible only when the sun, earth, and moon are in their own orbits.

When the earth comes between the moon and the sun when it is the day of the full moon, its shadow falls on the moon, causing the light of the moon to turn into darkness. when we stand on the ground and look at the moon, it seems dim and black to us and that is why it is called a lunar eclipse.why does the moon turn red during a lunar eclipse.

Partial lunar eclipse will be visible in Pakistan, total lunar eclipse will be visible in parts of Asia and Australia. A total lunar eclipse will be observed in most parts of North America, South America, and a total lunar eclipse will be observed in most parts of Northern and Eastern Europe.