The second lunar eclipse, chand grahan in Pakistan 2023, will take place on the night of 28-29 October, it will also be a partial lunar eclipse.
The second lunar eclipse or chand grahan is almost here in October, and it is the second lunar eclipse of 2023 out of two. It will be visible from Pakistan and several countries across the world.
Get ready to witness the chand grahan in Pakistan 2023 on the night of 28-29 October. There is good news for the sky gazers, a partial lunar eclipse, Chandra Grahan 2023 will take place on the night of 28-29 October, and it will last for almost five hours.
This time, the second lunar eclipse 2023 will be a partial penumbral eclipse, meaning the Moon will move over the faint outer part of Earth’s shadow called the penumbra. This type of penumbral eclipse is often considered a normal full Moon.
Here are some frequently asked FAQs during the lunar eclipse (Chand Grahan for pregnancy)
What is Partial lunar eclipse 2023?
On the night of 28-29 October, it will be a partial lunar eclipse. The partial lunar eclipse 2023 in Pakistan will take place when only part of the moon enters the Earth’s’s shadow, during this phase, the Earth’s shadow looks dark on the Moon’s surface and covers all or part of the moon with the outer part of its shadow, also identified as the partial.
Visibility of Second Lunar Eclipse 2023:
The second-hand grahan of 2020 in Pakistan to occur on the night of 28-29 October in many countries from Asia, Europe, Australia, Africa, South/East South America, Pacific, Atlantic, Indian Ocean, and Antarctica, though North America and most of South America will see it.
What time is the lunar eclipse 2020 in Pakistan?
The second chand grahan in Pakistan 2023 will occur between the night of 28-29 October and will be of partial eclipse. It will begin at 11:02 PM on October 28 and it will end at 03:26 AM on October 29. The maximum eclipse will be visible at 01:14 am. As per the Chandra Grahan 2023 date and time in Pakistan and India, the phenomenon will last approximately 5 hours and 26 minutes.
The total duration of lunar eclipse 2023:
As per the information, the chand grahan 2023 in Pakistan on 28-29 October is expected to take place around 11:02 PM to 03.26 am Pakistan Standard Time (PST). During the eclipse, some part f the moon’s surface will be partially covered by the Earth with only the external part of the shadow appearing.
The full experience, from the start of the lunar eclipse to the end, will last for 5 hours.
Do you need eclipse viewing glasses?
Unlike with solar eclipses, you can watch the chand grahan with the naked eye. There will be completely no risk to your eyesight. Through binoculars or a small telescope will be used to watch the details on the lunar surface.
However, the penumbral lunar eclipse may be hard to spot, but you can watch the live streaming of the chand grahan in Pakistan 2023 on Youtube channels.
Two Lunar Eclipses in 2023:
From May to October, people will witness two lunar eclipses.
5th May 2023: Penumbral lunar eclipse
28th October 2023: Partial lunar eclipse
How many eclipses are there in 2023 in Pakistan?
In the year 2023, there will be four eclipses, 2 solar eclipses and 2 lunar eclipses. The other 2 eclipses will take place in October.
On the other hand, the last solar eclipse in 2023 in Pakistan will be on 15th October.
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