July 16 and 17 will witness the partial lunar eclipse in India and some other parts of the globe. In year 2019 this lunar eclipse will be the last one. NASA said on its website that partial lunar eclipse is a part of Moon comes under the Earth’s shadow. This will be the last lunar eclipse of year 2019. This lunar eclipse will be visible in the areas of Europe, Africa, South America and Australia.
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A lunar eclipse occurs when the Earth in course of its orbit around the Sun, comes between the Moon and Sun in such a way that Moon is hidden in the shadow cast by Earth. This can occur only when the Sun, Earth, and Moon are aligned in a straight line. Hence lunar eclipse occurs only when there is full moon.People of India can watch lunar eclipse starting from 12.13 am on 17 July 2019. It will reach maximum eclipse at 3:00 am but it will transit into a partial lunar eclipse at 1.31 am. After that, this will enter into penumbral lunar eclipse after the partial lunar eclipse ends at 4.29 am. This will end at 5.47 am. As a whole it will be active for 5 hours and 34 minutes while the partial lunar eclipse will be running for a total duration of 2 hours and 58 minutes.
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