Chandra Grahan 2018 – Watch Chandra Grahan Live Stream Here

Hi Friends !!! Today We will tell about the Chandra Grahan 2018. 27th July and early hours of 28th July, the Chnadra Grahan is occurring. This Chandra Grahan 2018 will show up in India. It will be seen at 11:44 pm IST on July 27 (night) and early hours of July 28 with duration of one hour and 43 minutes.  According to the astrologers, it is very important to follow certain rules related to Chandra Grahan. Chandra Grahan will be visible in India tomorrow. Tomorrow’s day will be ‘Blood Moon’, where Earth’s satellite takes a red colour.

  • Date & Time of Chandra Grahan 2018: Chandra Grahan will begin from 11:44 pm IST on July 27 (night) and early hours of July 28 with duration of one hour and 43 minutes

When the moon passes directly behind the Earth and the moon is absorbed by the shadow of the Earth, the lunar eclipse occurs. During the moon eclipse, the Earth obstructs direct sunlight reaching the Moon and reflects on its surface that only light is refracted by the atmosphere of the Earth (directional change). The reflected light appears red, as it is known as Blood Moon.

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Watch Chandra Grahan  Live / When is Chandra Grahan 2018 ??? Date And Time

First Part of Chandra Grahan : The first part of the lunar eclipse will show that the moon will fall under the shadow of the earth. This part is known as the penumbra eclipse. It is said to be starting from 11 July to 11:44. Astrology is anticipating that the first phase of the lunar eclipse will start from 11:54 am. The lunar eclipse will begin on July 28 at 1pm. Lunar eclipse will be seen in major cities of India such as Delhi, Pune, Bengaluru and Mumbai.

Second Part of Chandra Grahan : For the second stage of the lunar eclipse, as the moon continues its orbit, there will be a second partial moon eclipse, which will start appearing from about 2:43 hours.

ANI says that the moon will be in full alignment of the sun and the earth. Chandra Grahan except North America will be seen throughout the world. Lunar eclipse can also be seen from Australia, New Zealand, Africa and Asia. The world’s first lunar eclipse occurred on January 31, where the moon appears red and large in colour. The lunar eclipse was visible only in a few countries. It was the first time in 152 years that a moon was conceived, a superman, blue moon, and blood moon imagination.

Where will Chandra Grahan 2018 look in India ???

Due to pollution, it will not be easy to see the eclipse in some metro cities. But people of the rural areas will be able to enjoy a lot of this astronomical event. However, due to the monsoon season it is possible that Chandra Grahan 2018 clouds are hidden.

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Cause of lunar eclipse : Let us know that the Chandra Grahan that takes place on July 27, 2018 will be the longest eclipse of the century. After this, on June 9, 2123, you will get to see this long Chandra Grahan. There are many reasons for this, one is the distance between the Moon and the Earth in each other at its perimeter. Because of this, the moon usually looks a little short. Especially the super Moon is very small, when the moon is closest to the Earth.

Chandra Grahan is Safe to Watch ???

Lunar eclipse is quite safe to look at the partial part of the solar eclipse and you can focus on the lunar eclipse until you want. During the moon eclipse you can eat whatever you want. Millions of people look at the moon’s eclipse and they just look beautiful. This is true for pregnant women and sick people, four to four eclipse per year, so enjoy the beautiful view of this spatial event.

The time of lunar eclipse is the perfect photo opportunity for casual photographers and you can use a very basic tool to get Eclipse. Hold a photograph of a moon eclipse in your camera.

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