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New Delhi, 24 May The first full lunar eclipse of the year will take place on 26 May and according to the India Meteorological Department, partial lunar eclipses will be seen at a few places in the country. The Meteorological Department said that Partial lunar eclipse, North Eastern region (except Sikkim), parts of West Bengal (West Bengal), some coastal parts of Odisha and Andaman and Nicobar ( Andaman and Nicobar) will be visible from the islands for some time. This will be the first full lunar eclipse after 21 January 2019 and it will be a supermoon. Also read: Chandra Grahan 2021: The first lunar eclipse of the year looks like this afternoon! Know whether this will be favorable
The eclipse covers an area covering South America, North America, Asia, Asia, Australia, Antarctica, the Pacific Ocean and the Indian Ocean. Will be seen. According to NASA (Nasa), a series of astronomical events are taking place from May 17 that will culminate in a full lunar eclipse.
The partial phase of the eclipse will start from 15 hours 15 minutes IST (Indian Standard Time). The total phase will start from 16 hours 39 minutes IST. The total phase will end at 16 hours 58 minutes IST. The partial phase will end at 18 hours 23 minutes IST.