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Super Moon Eclipse live Super blood Moon 2021 ( Chandra Grahan 2021) Total Eclipse of The Moon Tonight Live

The first total lunar eclipse of 2021 is set to take place today (May 26). A total lunar eclipse takes place when the Earth comes between the Sun and the Moon and its shadow covers the Moon. There are three types of a lunar eclipse - total, partial, and penumbral. Out of these three, the total lunar eclipse is the most fascinating one, in which the Earth's shadow completely covers the moon.

It is going to be a superlunar event, as there will be a supermoon, a lunar eclipse, and a red blood moon all at once. The lunar eclipse will be visible in India, much of Europe, Asia, Australia, North Africa, West Africa, North America, South America, Pacific Ocean, Atlantic Ocean, Indian Ocean, and the Arctic. The eclipse will start at 2:17 am, according to the Indian Standard Timing (IST), and be visible until 7:19 pm.

Super Moon Eclipse live Super blood Moon 2021 ( Chandra Grahan 2021) Total Eclipse of The Moon Tonight Live 

Total Eclipse of The Moon Tonight Live , Super Moon Eclipse live Super blood Moon 2021 ( Chandra Grahan 2021)

This month brings the “most super” of the year's supermoons, and on top of that, a total lunar eclipse. 

Super Moon Eclipse live Super blood Moon 2021 ( Chandra Grahan 2021) Total Eclipse of The Moon Tonight Live 

In other words, on May 26, 2021, the full moon will enter Earth's shadow – and, when the Moon is not in our planet's shade, it will appear even bigger and brighter than usual. 

The lunar eclipse, which will be visible from Southeast Asia, Australia, New Zealand, the Pacific and the western part of the Americas, begins Wednesday at 4:47 a.m. EDT (0847 GMT) and will last about five hours from start to finish.

In other words, on May 26, 2021, the full moon will enter Earth's shadow – and, when the Moon is not in our planet's shade, it will appear even bigger and brighter than usual. 

The lunar eclipse, which will be visible from Southeast Asia, Australia, New Zealand, the Pacific and the western part of the Americas, begins Wednesday at 4:47 a.m. EDT (0847 GMT) and will last about five hours from start to finish. The total phase of the eclipse, when the moon is covered in Earth's blood-red shadow, begins at 7:25 a.m. EDT (1125 GMT) and lasts 14 minutes 30 seconds. 

The first total lunar eclipse of 2021 is set to take place today (May 26). A total lunar eclipse takes place when the Earth comes between the Sun and the Moon and its shadow covers the Moon. There are three types of a lunar eclipse - total, partial, and penumbral. Out of these three, the total lunar eclipse is the most fascinating one, in which the Earth's shadow completely covers the moon.

It is going to be a superlunar event, as there will be a supermoon, a lunar eclipse, and a red blood moon all at once. The lunar eclipse will be visible in India, much of Europe, Asia, Australia, North Africa, West Africa, North America, South America, Pacific Ocean, Atlantic Ocean, Indian Ocean, and the Arctic. The eclipse will start at 2:17 am, according to the Indian Standard Timing (IST), and be visible until 7:19 pm.

Here is a complete list of the timing of lunar eclipse 2021 and the Indian cities where it will be visible

1. Agartala - 6.06 pm
2. Aizawl - 5.59 pm
3. Kolkata - 6.15 pm
4. Cherrapunji - 6.06 pm
5. Cooch Behar - 6.18 pm
6. Diamond Harbour - 6.15 pm
7. Digha - 6.16 pm
8. Guwahati - 6.09 pm
9. Imphal - 5.56 pm
10. Itanagar - 6.02 pm
11. Kohima - 5.57 pm
12. Lumding - 6.01 pm
13. Malda - 6.21 pm
14. North Lakhimpur - 6 pm
15. Paradeep - 6.18 pm
16. Pashighat - 5.57 pm
17. Port Blair - 5.38 pm
18. Puri - 6.21 pm
19. Shillong - 6.06 pm
20. Sibsagar - 5.58 pm
21. Silchar - 6.01 pm

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