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Total Eclipse of the Moon on 08th, 2022, Tuesday, 17 Kartika, 1944 Saka Era

By PIB Delhi

A total lunar eclipse will occur on 8 November 2022 (17 Kartika, 1944 Saka Era). The eclipse is visible from all places in India at the time of Moonrise. However, the beginning of the partial and total phases of the eclipse is not visible from any places in India, as the phenomena will be in progress before Moonrise. The ending of both the total and the partial phases is visible from the eastern parts of the country. Only the ending of the partial phase is visible to the rest parts of the country.

 This eclipse will be visible in the region covering South America, North America, Australia, Asia, the North Atlantic Ocean, and the Pacific Ocean.

The eclipse will begin at 14 hr 39 min IST. The total eclipse will start at 15 hr 46 min IST. The ending time of totality is 17h 12m IST and the ending time of the partial phase is 18h 19m IST.

For the cities in the eastern parts of the country, like Kolkata and Guwahati, at the time of Moonrise, the total phase of the eclipse will be in progress. For Kolkata, the duration of totality from Moonrise time upto the end is 20 min and the duration from Moonrise time upto the end of the partial eclipse is 1 hr 27 min. For Guwahati, the duration of totality from Moonrise time upto end is 38 min and the duration from Moonrise time upto the end of the partial eclipse is 1 hr 45 min.

  For other cities like Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai & Bengaluru, at the time of the Moonrise, the partial eclipse after the end of totality will be in progress and for the above cities, the duration from the Moonrise time upto the end of the partial eclipse will be 50 min, 18 min, 40 min, and 29 min, respectively.

The next lunar eclipse which will be visible from India is on 28th October 2023 and the same is a partial eclipse. The last lunar eclipse which was visible from India was on 19 November 2021 and it was a partial eclipse.

Lunar Eclipse occurs on a full moon day when the earth comes in between the Sun and the Moon and when all three objects are aligned. A total lunar eclipse will occur when the whole moon comes under the umbral shadow of the Earth and a partial lunar eclipse occurs when only when a part of the moon comes under the shadow of the Earth. A table relating to the local circumstances of some places in India is appended separately for ready reference. (Source: Positional Astronomy Centre, Kolkata; India Meteorological Department)

TOTAL ECLIPSE OF THE MOON, 8 NOVEMBER, 2022

PHASES OF ECLIPSE VISIBLE FROM CERTAIN PLACES OF INDIA

PlacesMoonrise Time(IST)Umbral phasebegins at14h 39m (IST)Totalitybegins at15 h 46m (IST)TotalityEnds at17h 12m (IST)Umbral phaseEnds at18 h 19m( IST)Duration of eclipse (from Moonrise time upto the end of umbral phase)
      h     mh       mh        mh        mh        mh        m
Agartala16   38 Beginning of partial phase is not visible as the phenomenon will be in progress before moonrise of anyplace in India Beginning of totality phase is not visible as the phenomenon will be in progress before moonrise of anyplace in IndiaVisibleVisible1       41
Ahmadabad17   56*Visible0       23
Aijawl16   32VisibleVisible1       47
Ajmer17   43*Visible0       36
Allahabad17   15*Visible1       04
Amritsar17   33*Visible0       46
Bangalore17   50*Visible0       29
Bhagalpur16   54VisibleVisible1       25
Bhopal17   36*Visible0       43
Bhubaneswar17   06VisibleVisible1       13
Cannanore18   01*Visible0       18
Chandigarh17   23*Visible0       56
Chennai17   39*Visible0       40
Cochin17   59*Visible0       20
Cooch Behar16   42VisibleVisible1       37
Cuttack17   05VisibleVisible1       14
Darjeeling16   46VisibleVisible1       33
Dehradun17   22*Visible0       57
Delhi17   29*Visible0       50
Dibrugarh16   17VisibleVisible2       02
Dwarka18   12*Visible0       07
Gandhinagar17   55*Visible0       24
Gangtok16   44VisibleVisible1       35
Guwahati16   34VisibleVisible1       45
Gaya17   03VisibleVisible1       16
Haridwar17   21*Visible0       58
Hazaribagh17   02VisibleVisible1       17
Hubli17   55*Visible0       24
Hyderabad17   40*Visible0       39
Imphal16   26VisibleVisible1       53
Itanagar16   24VisibleVisible1       55
Jaipur17   37*Visible0       42
Jalandhar17   28*Visible0       51
Jammu17   31*Visible0       48
Kanyakumari17   57*Visible0       22
Kavalur17   42*Visible0       37
Kavaratti18   11*Visible0       08
Kohima16   24VisibleVisible1       55
Kolhapur17   59*Visible0       20
Kolkata16   52VisibleVisible1       27
Koraput17   21*Visible0       58
Kozikode17   59*Visible0       20

* Indicates the Moon rises after the corresponding phenomenon (i.e. corresponding phenomenon is not visible)

Source: Positional Astronomy Centre, Kolkata; India Meteorological Department.

Ministry of Earth Sciences, Government of India

PHASES OF ECLIPSE VISIBLE FROM CERTAIN PLACES IN INDIA

PlacesMoonrise Time(IST)Umbral phasebegins at14h 39m (IST)Totalitybegins at15 h 46m (IST)TotalityEnds at17h 12m (IST)Umbral phaseEnds at18 h 19m( IST)Duration of eclipse (from Moonrise time upto the end of umbral phase)
 
       h     mh       mh        mh        mh        mh        m
Lucknow17   16Beginning of partial phase is not visible as the phenomenon will be in progress before moonrise of anyplace in IndiaBeginning of totality phase is not visible as the phenomenon will be in progress before moonrise of anyplace in India*Visible1       03
Madurai17   52*Visible0       27
Mangalore18   01*Visible0       18
Midnapore16   57VisibleVisible1       22
Mount Abu17   53*Visible0       26
Mumbai18   01*Visible0       18
Murshidabad16   49VisibleVisible1       30
Muzaffarpur16   59VisibleVisible1       20
Mysore17   54*Visible0       25
Nagpur17   32*Visible0       47
Nalgonda17   37*Visible0       42
Nasik17   56*Visible0       23
Nellore17   38*Visible0       41
Nowgong17   25*Visible0       54
Panaji17   59*Visible0       20
Patna17   01VisibleVisible1       18
Pondicherry17   42*Visible0       37
Pune17   58*Visible0       21
Port Blair16   49VisibleVisible1       30
Puri17   07VisibleVisible1       12
Raipur17   22*Visible0       57
Rajamundry17   25*Visible0       54
Rajkot18   05*Visible0       14
Ranchi17   03VisibleVisible1       16
Sambalpur17   12*Visible1       07
Shillong16   33VisibleVisible1       46
Shimla17   24*Visible0       55
Sibsagar16   20VisibleVisible1       59
Silchar16   31VisibleVisible1       48
Siliguri16   46VisibleVisible1       33
Silvassa17   58*Visible0       21
Srinagar17   29*Visible0       50
Sringeri17   57*Visible0       22
Tamelong16   25VisibleVisible1       54
Thanjavur17   46*Visible0       33
Thiruvanantapuram17   58*Visible0       21
Trichur17   57*Visible0       22
Udaipur17   49*Visible0       30
Ujjain17   43*Visible0       36
Vadodara17   54*Visible0       25
Varanasi17   10VisibleVisible1       09
Vijayawada17   33*Visible0       46

* Indicates the Moon rises after the corresponding phenomenon (i.e. corresponding phenomenon is not visible)

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