moon: Red Moon: Time, date, why it will not be visible in India and how to watch it online – Times of India

The first sum Lunar eclipse or Chandra Grahan 2022 will occur May 15-16, depending on the time zone you are staying in. A lunar eclipse occurs when Moon passes through the innermost part of the earth’s shadow – the umbra. Lunar eclipses always occur on the full moon day (Purnima). The full moon of 15-16 May has been called the supermoon scientist Fred Espenakwhere the full moon is reportedly in the perigee (its closest Earth month), making it a Super Blood Moon Eclipse.
What’s the time for Lunar Eclipse
According to timeanddate.com, the eclipse will begin at 7:02 IST and end at 12:20 IST on Monday, May 16th. The entire lunar eclipse will reportedly last for 1 hour and 25 minutes from 8:59 to 10:23 (3:29 to 4:53, UTC). This whole means when the moon is completely covered. The total time for the lunar eclipse is about 5 hours.
Will the lunar eclipse be seen in India
No, the total lunar eclipse is not visible in New Delhi.
Where everyone, the lunar eclipse will be visible
According to timeanddate.com, the total phase of this Blood Moon total lunar eclipse will be visible from all over North and South America, plus parts of Europe and Africa.
How to watch Blood Moon from India
Those who are interested can watch Lunar Eclipse online. There will be several weather channels that will livestream the phenomenon on their YouTube channels. This includes timeanddate.com. NASA will also livestream the event on its social media platform.
Is this the first eclipse of the year 2022
No, a solar eclipse always occurs about two weeks before or after a lunar eclipse. Usually there are two eclipses in a row, but other times there are three during the same eclipse season. The first eclipse of the year was April 30, 2022, it was a partial solar eclipse.
There will be another eclipse this year that will be seen in India
According to timeanddate.com, there will be a partial solar eclipse on October 25 and a partial lunar eclipse on November 8 that will be visible in India this year.

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