Rare Spectacle: Supermoon, Blood Moon and Lunar Eclipse on this Day

 - Sakshi Post

On May 26, people all over the world will witness the first lunar eclipse of 2021. The astronomers have said that this will be a total lunar eclipse. The eclipse will be visible on the day in India, South Asia, East Asia, Australia, and most of North America, South America, the Pacific Ocean, Atlantic Ocean, Indian Ocean, and Antarctica. The first lunar eclipse of 2021 is going to be an especially superlunar event, as it will be a supermoon, a lunar eclipse, and a red blood moon all at once.

The lunar would start at 2.17 pm in India and end at 7: 19 pm. According to the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) of the US, the total lunar eclipse would start at 4:47:39 am EDT.

In 2021, there will be four eclipses that are two lunar and two solar eclipses in India.
May 26 – Total Lunar Eclipse
June 10 – Annual Solar Eclipse
November 19 – Partial Lunar Eclipse
December 4 – Total Solar Eclipse

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