Total lunar eclipse on Dec 10 | Mana Blog... for all
Dec 7, 2011

The event will be the second time in the year when earth will be casting a huge shadow over moon and thus create one of the most beautiful phenomenons on the sky.

Observers will have to pray for a clear night on Saturday so that they can observe the celestial phenomenon without any hindrance. The event could be again seen in India after seven years in 2018.

The eclipse will be visible from Asia and Australia.

However, the countries of Europe and Africa will miss the early eclipse phases as it will occur before moonrise.

People will miss the event in South America or Antarctica where the eclipse will not be visible.

The lunar-eclipse process is likely to start around 6.15 pm in India. The total eclipse will commence at 7:36 p.m. and will last till 8:28 p.m. on Saturday.

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