Several parts of the world are set to witness the partial lunar eclipse on November 18 and November 19. This is a partial lunar eclipse and also the last one for the year 2021.
US Space agency NASA is reporting that despite being a partial lunar eclipse, Earth’s shadow will cover the Moon completely. The entire phenomenon will last for around 3 hours 28 minutes and it will be visible across the globe including India.
Here’s everything you need to know about the phenomena.
Lunar Eclipse 2021: Time, date and place
According to timeanddate.com, this is the longest lunar eclipse of the year and will be visible in North and South America, Australia and parts of Europe and Asia. The penumbral lunar eclipse will begin at 12:48 pm and will reach its peak at 2:32 pm. The phenomenon will end at 4:17 pm.
Some parts of India will also witness the partial lunar eclipse, but in its final stage by people in northeast India. The eclipse will begin at 11:34 am and it will be visible in parts of Arunachal Pradesh, Assam and nearby regions.
Lunar Eclipse 2021: Where to watch it online
There are a couple of websites that broadcast the entire phenomenon live. Those who want can visit timeanddate.com or livescience.com to watch it online.