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Partial Moon eclipse to occur on 17 July in India

The Moon will be gradually covered by the Earth’s shadow and the maximum partial eclipse will occur at 3h 01m IST when about a little more than half portion of the Moon will be covered by the Earth’s shadow.

Devdiscourse News Desk | New Delhi | Updated: 12-07-2019 15:34 IST | Created: 12-07-2019 15:34 IST
Partial Moon eclipse to occur on 17 July in India
The eclipse will be visible from beginning to end from all places of India except extreme northeastern part of Arunachal Pradesh where the ending of the partial eclipse will not be visible. Image Credit: Flickr

A partial eclipse of the Moon will occur on 17 July 2019 which will be visible in India. The partial eclipse will begin from 1h 31m IST. The Moon will be gradually covered by the Earth's shadow and the maximum partial eclipse will occur at 3h 01m IST when about a little more than half portion of the Moon will be covered by the Earth's shadow. The partial eclipse will end at 4h 30m IST.

The eclipse will be visible from beginning to end from all places of India except extreme northeastern part of Arunachal Pradesh where the ending of the partial eclipse will not be visible.

The eclipse will be visible in the region covering Australia, Asia except for the northeast, Africa, Europe except northernmost Scandinavia and most of South America. The total duration of the eclipse is 2 h 59 m.

(With Inputs from PIB)


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