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Chandra Grahan/ Lunar Eclipse in India on 27 July 2018: Time, Duration and More Details Here

Chandra Grahan 27 July 2018: Along with the World, India is all set to witness the full moon Lunar Eclipse on 27 July 2018. It has also been said that this Lunar Eclipse in the World will the longest one of the century. Not only in the parts of the World, India will also be able to see the red moon during the Chandra Grahan in July 2018.

People with get to see the red moon at the time of the lunar eclipse when the moon will pass behind the earth and the shadow of the planet will cover it. Know the timing, duration and other details regarding the July 2018 Lunar Eclipse to appear in India.

Lunar Eclipse or Chandra Grahan In India 2018 Timing & Duration

As per reports, it has been stated that 27 July 2018 Chandra Grahan will be the largest one of the century. Although in India, it will start at 11:44 Pm on 27 July 2018 and will end by 5 in the morning of 28 July 2018. Whereas the full lunar eclipse in India will be visible at around 1 Am on 28 July 2018. Almost the duration of the Chandra Grahan 2018 in India will be around 1 hour 43 minutes.

In India, Chandra Grahan of July 2018 will be visible in Delhi, Pune, Mumbai and many othert cities. Even the same will be visible in Australia, New Zealand, Asia and Africa. Although North America will not be able to experience the Lunar Eclipse July 2018.

More Details of Chandra Grahan 2018 in India and 2019 Upcoming Lunar Eclipse

The year 2018 started with a Lunar Eclipse that occurred on 31st January in India as well. But July 2018 Chandra Grahan is special because it will collide Blood moon, Blue Moon and a supermoon altogether on 27 July. Also the same happens once in a century and this time this is happening after 152 years. So don’t miss the epic look of the moon during the Chandra Grahan on 27 July 2018 in India.

After 2018, Lunar eclipse will now appear in the year 2019 and the date for the same is 21 January. So don’t wait for the 2019 Chandra Grahan and enjoy the same this year only on 27 July 2018 live up on the sky. Eagerly waiting!

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