Chandra Grahan 2022: Last lunar eclipse of the year today, know the effect on 12 zodiac signs and when the eclipse will be visible in your city – News Portal
Chandra Grahan 2022 Lunar Eclipse Of The Year 2022 Date And Sutak Kaal Time: Today, the last lunar eclipse of the year 2022 is going to take place on Kartik Purnima. Sutak period will start in the morning. This will be the second lunar eclipse of the year.
Due to the sighting of the lunar eclipse in India, its Sutak period will be valid. For the first time in the country, the total lunar eclipse will be seen in Arunachal Pradesh. A total lunar eclipse will be seen in the northeastern states of the country while a partial lunar eclipse will be seen in other places.
On November 08, as soon as the moon rises in the evening, the lunar eclipse will be visible in India at the same time. This lunar eclipse will end at 6.19 pm.
On Tuesday, November 08, the last eclipse of the year 2022 will be seen in the country and the world. This eclipse will be a total lunar eclipse. This will be the second eclipse at an interval of 15 days, before that on October 25, the last solar eclipse of the year took place.
This lunar eclipse can be seen in India, due to which the Sutak period of the eclipse will be valid. The Sutak period in a lunar eclipse will take 9 hours before the eclipse begins.
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A total lunar eclipse will be visible in the northeastern states of India. Apart from India, the lunar eclipse on November 08 will be visible in America, Australia, Asia, and the Pacific. This lunar eclipse will take place on the date of Dev Deepawali on Kartik Purnima, let us tell you that the last solar eclipse of the year, which took place on October 25, also took place on the next day of Diwali on Kartik Amavasya Tithi.
This lunar eclipse will be visible in India in the evening. Let us know all the information related to the lunar eclipse on November 08 and its effect in detail…
At what time will the lunar eclipse start in India?
Date of Lunar Eclipse: 08 November, Monday 2022 Lunar Eclipse Time: 05:23 PM to 06:19 PM Moonrise Time – 08 November at 5:28 PM
This will be the second lunar eclipse of the year 2022, falling on the full moon date of Kartik month. 15 days ago, the last solar eclipse of the year occurred on the day of Kartik Amavasya, the day after Diwali. On November 08, the lunar eclipse will start in India at 05.23.00 in the evening and will end at 06.19.00.
Lunar Eclipse time in your city
The lunar eclipse will happen in this zodiac and constellation
According to astrology calculations, this lunar eclipse of the year will take place on 08 November 2022 in Aries and Bharani Nakshatra. The ruling planet of Aries is Mars and on this day it will remain in the retrograde state in the third house.
Apart from this, Moon will be present with Rahu and Sun will be situated with Ketu, Venus, and Mercury. Devguru Brihaspati will also sit in his own zodiac sign Pisces and Shani Dev will also sit in his own zodiac Capricorn.
Where will the lunar eclipse be visible in India?
- After Diwali, now the lunar eclipse will also be seen on Kartik Purnima. This will be the second eclipse at an interval of 15 days. This total lunar eclipse can be seen in India. Some parts of India will see a total lunar eclipse while most parts will see a partial lunar eclipse. The beginning of eclipse in India will begin with the moonrise on November 08.
The full lunar eclipse will be visible here in the country
- As soon as the moon rises on the evening of November 08 in India, the first lunar eclipse will be seen in the northeast direction. The first total lunar eclipse will be visible in Arunachal Pradesh.
The partial lunar eclipse will be visible in these parts of the country
- A partial Lunar Eclipse will be visible in most parts of India except in the Northeast.
A full lunar eclipse can be seen here in the world
- The last lunar eclipse of the year will be visible in most parts of Asia, Australia, the Pacific Ocean, the Indian Ocean, North Eastern Europe, North America, and South America.
The last lunar eclipse of the year will not be visible here
- On November 08, the eclipse will not be visible in South Western Europe and Africa.