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Lunar Eclipse 2021: The first lunar eclipse of the year 2021 (Lunar Eclipse) is going to happen on tomorrow ie 26 May 2021. According to the beliefs of Hinduism, the lunar eclipse (Surya Grahan) and the solar eclipse (Surya Grahan) are considered an inauspicious event. Actually, there are days in the year when the sun, moon and earth come in a straight line which leads to solar eclipse and lunar eclipse. A lunar eclipse occurs when the Earth enters between the Sun and the Moon in such a way that its shadow starts to fall on the Moon. At the same time, solar eclipse occurs when the Moon comes between the Sun and the Earth. According to astrological beliefs, the eclipse can affect the country and the world as well as the 12 zodiac signs. Let us know whether the blood moon will be seen in India on the first lunar eclipse of the year, know the important things related to it.
When and where to see lunar eclipse?
The first lunar eclipse of the year is going to take place on 26 May 2021 (Wednesday) and astronomers have claimed that it will be a full lunar eclipse. The first eclipse of the year can be seen in India, South Asia, East Asia, Australia and North America, South America, Pacific Ocean, Atlantic Ocean, Indian Ocean and Antarctica.
The first lunar eclipse of the year 2021 is going to be a special super moon event, because it is being called a supermoon and during the lunar eclipse there will be a red blood moon, also known as a blood moon. Also read: Lunar Eclipse 2021: When will it take the first lunar eclipse of the year 2021? Learn the important things related to this eclipse from the date and sutak period
Lunar eclipse time
A total of two lunar eclipses are going to happen in the year 2021, in which the first lunar eclipse will take place on May 26, 2021 (full moon of Vaishakh month) at 2.17 pm and will remain till 7.19 pm. The full lunar eclipse phase will start at 4:39 pm and end at 4:58 pm, while the second lunar eclipse of the year will be held on 19 November 2021.
According to the beliefs of Hinduism, the use of sharp and sharp things should be avoided during the eclipse. Usually, the Sutak period starts 9 hours before the lunar eclipse and ends with the eclipse.