Saturday , July 2 2022

The lunar eclipse (Chand Garehn) on 16th May 2022

The first complete lunar eclipse of this year will take place today, but will not be observed in Pakistan. The lunar eclipse will end at 11:51 pm Pakistan time, the lunar eclipse will be seen in the United States, Europe, Africa, and some parts of Asia.

The lunar eclipse (Chand Garehn) on 16th May 2022

The first partial lunar eclipse of 2022 will also be seen in Pakistan tonight۔. Moon eclipse will take place between the nights of 5th June and 6th June. next lunar eclipse.

2020 lunar eclipse:

The lunar eclipse will start at 11:02 a.m. Pakistan time, the partial lunar eclipse will occur at 12:19 p.m., and the partial lunar eclipse will end at 03:47 p.m. The total duration of today’s partial lunar eclipse will be three hours 28 minutes and 24 seconds, generally the longest lunar eclipse in the last one thousand years.

Lunar Eclipse(Chand Garehn) in Pakistan on 5th June 2020

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.

According to the Meteorological Department, the lunar eclipse will take place on July 5. This will be the third lunar eclipse this year, but this time the eclipse will not be seen in Pakistan. According to Pakistani time, the lunar eclipse will start at 8:07 pm, the eclipse will reach its climax at 9:30 pm and will end at 10:52 pm.

According to the Meteorological Department, lunar eclipses will be observed in southern and eastern Europe, most parts of Africa and the Americas, South America, the Pacific, the Atlantic, Indian Ocean and Antarctica.

Moon eclipse 16th May 2022 in Pakistan

According to the Meteorological Department, this will be the third lunar eclipse of the current year and the fourth overall. During this year, the moon has had two eclipses and the solar eclipse once.