First lunar eclipse of the year Live

First lunar eclipse of the year Live

First lunar eclipse of the year Live

First lunar eclipse of the year
Chandra Grahan today 26 May 2021 live updates: The first lunar eclipse of the year 26 May 2021 means today. This lunar eclipse is going to be special in many ways today. Today the events of supermoon, blood moon and full lunar eclipse will occur together.


Supermoon and full lunar eclipse have not happened together in the last six years. According to Indian time, the partial phase of the eclipse will start at around 3.15 pm and end at 6.23 pm. The entire duration of this lunar eclipse will be 5 hours 2 minutes. The state of partial lunar eclipse will be 2 hours 53 minutes. While the duration of full lunar eclipse will be 14 minutes.

Chandra Grahan today 26 May 2021 live updates: The first lunar eclipse of the year 26 May 2021 means today. This lunar eclipse is going to be special in many ways today. Today the events of supermoon, blood moon and full lunar eclipse will occur together. Supermoon and full lunar eclipse have not happened together in the last six years.

According to Indian time, the partial phase of the eclipse will start at around 3.15 pm and end at 6.23 pm. The entire duration of this lunar eclipse will be 5 hours 2 minutes. The state of partial lunar eclipse will be 2 hours 53 minutes. While the duration of full lunar eclipse will be 14 minutes.
Chandra Grahan / Lunar Eclipse 2021 today live updates: May 26, 2021 means the first lunar eclipse of the year. Today’s lunar eclipse is very special in many ways. Today the events of supermoon, blood moon and full lunar eclipse will occur together. Supermoon and full lunar eclipse have not happened together in the last six years.

This full lunar eclipse will be seen in East Asia, Australia, Pacific and America. It will also be visible from parts of the Pacific, Atlantic and Indian Ocean. The first lunar eclipse of this year will begin at 2.17 pm and will end at 7.19 pm.

According to a release by the Ministry of Earth Sciences, there will be a full lunar eclipse on Wednesday and it will be visible from parts of northeastern states of India, parts of West Bengal, parts of Odisha and Andaman and Nicobar Islands for some time. A full lunar eclipse is going to be seen for the first time after 21 January 2019.

What time will the lunar eclipse be seen in India today (Date and timing of Chandra Grahan in India)

Just after the moonrise in India, the end of the partial phase of the eclipse will be seen from the northeastern parts of India (except Sikkim), parts of West Bengal, some coastal parts of Odisha and Andaman and Nicobar Islands. According to a report by the news agency PTI, due to cyclone Yas in West Bengal and Odisha, the chances of eclipse may be less. According to Indian time, the partial phase of the eclipse will start at around 3.15 pm and end at 6.23 pm. The entire duration of this lunar eclipse will be 5 hours 2 minutes. The state of partial lunar eclipse will be 2 hours 53 minutes. While the duration of full lunar eclipse will be 14 minutes. Read live updates related to lunar eclipse-


01:10: Will you get a chance to see Supermoon Blood Moon in the sky today or not? So let us understand from this map of NASA, in which parts of the world will this amazing event be seen.

01.04 PM: Today’s lunar eclipse will not be visible in most parts of India. This lunar eclipse will be seen in Agartala, Aizawl, Kolkata, Cherrapunji, Cooch Behar, Diamond Harbor, Digha, Guwahati, Imphal, Itanagar, Kohima, Malda, North Lakhimpur, Pashighat, Port Blair, Puri Shillong, Silchar, Sibsagar.

12.26 PM: NASA Earth has tweeted a funny tweet about the eclipse. In one of his tweets, tagging @NASASun and @NASAMoon wrote, you know that we are not used to jumping in between things but this time we are doing exactly that. That is, we are coming between the sun and the moon and this will lead to a full lunar eclipse. NASA Moon also responded immediately to the NASA Earth’s lunar eclipse tweet. NASA Moon wrote, you also always have to be the center of attraction, right?

12.11 PM Today’s moon will be seen in red color. Amazing view will be seen in the sky.

A picture of the lunar eclipse
Super blood moon will be seen today
11.50 AM: What is the difference between today’s supermoon and the rest of the full moon, see NASA’s video-

11.43 AM: What will be the rules of Sutak

The thread of the lunar eclipse usually starts 9 hours earlier. This time Sutak is invalid in India. Therefore, religious and cultural beliefs will not apply to the eclipse. Extra vigilance is not necessary in the manufacture of food because the sutak is invalid in the lunar eclipse. Pregnant women, elderly, children and patients can remain comfortable during this period. They only have to take care of cleanliness. Protect against moisture and damp places.

What is a full lunar eclipse? (Total lunar eclipse)

During the orbit of the Sun, when the Earth comes between the Moon and the Sun, the Moon hides from the shadow of the Earth. During this time, the Sun, Earth and Moon are in direct line of each other. When the Earth comes between the Sun and the Moon on the full moon day, its shadow falls on the Moon. During this time, when we see the moon from the earth, then that part of us is seen black. For this reason, it is called a lunar eclipse.

Super blood moon will be seen today
Today’s moon has been named super blood moon. Since the entire moon will be at the nearest point of the earth today, the moon will be larger today than the moon seen everyday. Today, there is also a full lunar eclipse, so its color will appear in red. Actually, the earth stops the rays of the sun falling on the moon. During the lunar eclipse, the remaining red rays during sunrise or sunset reach the lunar surface through the earth’s atmosphere. Therefore, during the eclipse, the moon starts to appear red to us. This is called the blood moon.



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