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Partial lunar eclipse in Delhi-NCR on November 8

The second and last lunar eclipse of 2022 (Chandra Grahan 2022) will take place in many parts of the country and the world including Delhi-NCR. This lunar eclipse will take place on Dev Deepawali on Kartik Purnima.

Timing of a lunar eclipse

The lunar eclipse will begin on November 8 at 5:28 p.m.

According to astronomers, the lunar eclipse in the country will begin at 17:28 on November 8 and end at 18:19. The timing of the start and end of the lunar eclipse will vary in different parts of the country.


At the same time, 9 hours before that, i.e. on Tuesday from 9:21, the Sutak period will begin and the Sutak period will end with the end of the lunar eclipse.

The start of the lunar eclipse will be from 17:28 on Tuesday evening and will remain until 18:19. The moon will be visible at 17:28. This will be considered the beginning of a lunar eclipse.

Lunar Eclipse in Delhi-NCR?

Many people are excited about the last partial lunar eclipse of the year in Delhi NCR. But there is also some confusion about the timing.


Moonrise time till the end of the partial eclipse will last 50 minutes in Delhi (from 5.31 pm to 6.19 pm), the Ministry of Earth Sciences said.

In India, the last lunar eclipse can be seen in Kolkata, Siliguri, Patna, Ranchi, and Guwahati.

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