The total Lunar Eclipse will occur on November 8, 2022. It will be the year’s final Eclipse.
The phenomenon is known as a Blood Moon because the Moon appears red when it passes into the darkest part of the Earth’s shadow during this time.
The Eclipse does not necessitate the use of any special equipment. However, using binoculars, telescopes, and moving to a location away from bright lights can improve visibility.
The total Lunar Eclipse will be visible in the eastern parts of India, while the partial Eclipse will be visible in the remaining states.
The total Lunar Eclipse will be visible in Kolkata at 04:55 p.m. The eclipse will last 2 hours and 34 minutes, beginning at 04:52 pm and ending at 07:26 pm.
The Lunar Eclipse will reach its peak in Delhi at 05:31 p.m., obscuring the Moon by 66%. The phenomenon will last 1 hour and 58 minutes, beginning at 05:28 pm and ending at 07:26 pm.
The Lunar Eclipse will be visible in Mumbai at 06:04 p.m., with only 14% obscuration. The phenomenon will last 1 hour and 25 minutes, beginning at 06:01 pm and ending at 07:26 pm.