Get ready tonight for the longest lunar eclipse and a view of Venus, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn

  • The vision can be witnessed from anywhere in India, and will begin at 1 am and end at 2.43 am
  • The moon will rise at 6.31 pm today. The penumbral phase, the outermost shadow, will start touching the moon at 10.44 pm. Partial eclipse will begin at 11.54 pm, and totality will begin almost exactly at 1 am
  • The moon will be visible in the south tonight, moving towards south-west during the eclipse.

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