Last Lunar Eclipse 2021 in Pakistan to be on Nov 19

Last Lunar Eclipse 2021 in Pakistan to be on Nov 19

The world is going to enjoy the double treat, Super Flower Blood Moon, with Lunar Eclipse 2021 (chand grahan) is going to take place on November, 19.

This will be the second lunar eclipse of 2021 and will be the longest partial moon eclipse after 600 years and will not be visible in Pakistan.

The last lunar eclipse, Chand Grahan 2021 in Pakistan will take place on November 19; it will also be a partial lunar eclipse that will be accompanied by the blood moon that happened on May 26.

People across the globe will be able to watch the approximately partial moon turn a shade darker during the maximum phase of this eclipse. The total duration of the Chand Grahan 2021 is expected to be 4 hours, 21 minutes.

The partial lunar eclipse 2021 in Pakistan and other countries will occur when the sun, Earth, and the moon are erroneously assorted, during this phase the earth blocks some of the sun’s light from straightly reaching the Moon’s surface and covers all or part of the moon with the outer part of its shadow, also known as the penumbra.

Visibility of Last lunar Eclipse 2021:

The last lunar eclipse 2021 will be on November 19 and it will be visible in western Africa, western Europe, North America, South America, Asia, Australia, the Atlantic Ocean and the Pacific Ocean.

Visibility of Lunar Eclipse 2021 in Pakistan and India:

The Lunar Eclipse 2021 in Pakistan and India will be visible on November 19 but it will be in the daytime.

Timing of Lunar Eclipse in Pakistan:

The last lunar eclipse 2021 in Pakistan will start at 11:02 AM PST and will reach the climax at 14:02 PM PST and will end at 17:03 PM PST on November 19.

Total Duration of Lunar Eclipse:

As per the information, the moon eclipse 2021 will last 6 hours and 2 minutes.

Upcoming Eclipse in 2022:

In the year 2022, there were four eclipses, 2 solar eclipses, and 2 lunar eclipses. The 2 total lunar eclipses will take place on 16th May and 8th November.

The year 2022 will end with the last lunar eclipse which will be on 7-8 November and it will be visible from Chile and some parts of Argentina, southern South America, South-West Africa, and Antarctica will be a total lunar eclipse.

If you capture astonishing photos or videos of the lunar eclipse 2021, you are more welcome to share it with daytimes.pk at daytimespk@gmail.com

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