The Last lunar eclipse of 2021 is due to this very special
biggest lunar eclipse 2021 know all details of November month
- The last and second lunar eclipse of 2021 is November 19
- Lunar eclipses are said to be the longest lunar eclipses of the century
- This lunar eclipse will be the longest partial lunar eclipse after 580 years
There has always been a lot of curiosity about eclipses in astronomy and astrology. The last and second lunar eclipse of the year 2021 is going to take place on 19th November 2021 This lunar eclipse is said to be the longest lunar eclipse of the century. Lunar eclipses are very important from the point of view of astrology. Eclipse is considered inauspicious in the scriptures. It is believed that no good deeds should be done at the time of eclipse. According to mythology, at the time of eclipse, the ominous planets Rahu and Ketu overwhelm the moon . In this state, a lunar eclipse occurs on the moon. This is called a lunar eclipse.
Astronomers and amatuer skywatchers will get to see the longest lunar eclipse of this century this month. The lunar eclipse 2021, known as a Chandra Grahan, can be seen in many parts of the world. The lunar eclipse will take place on November 19 (Kartik Purnima), when the Earth will pass between the Sun and Moon, creating a shadow on the Moon’s surface. This near-total lunar eclipse will peak just after 1:30pm IST, when the Earth will hide 97 percent of the full moon from the Sun’s rays, said NASA. During this spectacular celestial event, the moon will acquire a reddish hue that can be seen with the naked eye. It will be visible in some parts of India as well as many other parts of the world.
NASA said the lunar eclipse will last 3 hours, 28 minutes, and 23 seconds, which would be longer than any other eclipse in 100 years between 2001 and 2100. NASA said that Earth will witness a total of 228 lunar eclipses in the 21st century. Mostly, there will be two lunar eclipses in a month, but there can also be three eclipses.
The lunar eclipse on November 19, 2021 will be the longest partial lunar eclipse in 580 years. This last lunar eclipse of the year 2021 will only be visible for a short time in the northeastern parts of India. This lunar eclipse will be visible only at sunset in Arunachal Pradesh and some parts of Assam.
This partial lunar eclipse will begin at 12.48 pm on November 19 and end at 4.17 pm. The duration of this partial lunar eclipse will be 03 hours 28 minutes 24 seconds, which will be the longest partial lunar eclipse in 580 years. This partial lunar eclipse on November 19, 2021 will appear in North America, South America, East Asia, Australia, Africa and the Pacific. Previously such a long partial lunar eclipse occurred on 18 February 1440 and the next such partial lunar eclipse will be observed on 08 February 2669.
Super Moon will appear in the sky on the evening of November 19, 2021
When this lunar eclipse in the east is complete, Super Moon will appear in the sky in the evening. Debi Prasad Duari, director of MP Birla and a renowned astronomer, said that the last lunar eclipse in Kolkata was observed 10 years ago on December 10, 2011. He further said that on the evening of May 26, the earth, sun and moon will be in a straight line so it will be seen as an eclipse from the earth and will also take an eclipse for a few hours. As the moon revolves around the earth, it passes through the shadow of the earth for a while and a total eclipse will take place.
Is this the longest lunar eclipse of the century?
Kind of. It’s actually the longest partial lunar eclipse in a millennium, clocking in at 3 hours, 28 minutes and 23 seconds. There hasn’t been a longer partial lunar eclipse since February 18, 1440 (3 hours, 28 minutes, 46 seconds) and it will remain the longest partial lunar eclipse for 648 years until February 8, 2669 (3 hours, 30 minutes, and 2 seconds). There will be a longertotal lunar eclipse on November 8, 2022.
- Partial lunar eclipse of February 18, 1440: 3:28:46
- Partial lunar eclipse of November 18/19, 2021: 3:28:23
- Partial lunar eclipse of February 8, 2669, 3:30:02
Why is this eclipse so long?
This is a long eclipse for two main reasons: 1) The Moon’s orbital speed and 2) The near-totality of the eclipse.
First, the Moon’s orbit around the Earth is not a perfect circle, and the Earth is off-center within the orbit so sometimes the Moon is closer to the Earth and sometimes it is farther away. This change in distance impacts the Moon’s orbital speed. Closer to the Earth, the Moon moves faster, while further away, it travels more slowly. Right now, the Moon is near its farthest point in its orbit around the Earth and thus, moves slowly through Earth’s shadow.
Second, since this eclipse is almost-total, the Moon spends a longer amount of time in the Earth’s umbra than it would in a ‘more-partial’ eclipse.
Where to look?
A total lunar eclipse will be observed in most parts of East Asia, the Pacific Ocean, North and South America, and Australia. As far as India is concerned, a complete lunar eclipse will not be seen in some parts of India as part of India is below the eastern horizon at this time. But a partial lunar eclipse will be observed in the eastern parts of India. It is also the time when the moon will come.
What is special about this eclipse?
According to science, when the moon is completely covered by the earth, no light falls on it and because of this it appears red, hence it is also called a bloom.
It is said in the Puranas that the importance of charity is very high. Donating at the time of eclipse removes many of life’s worries and brings relief from suffering. At the same time a person also gets the blessing of intellect and happiness comes in the house. So find out what items are worth donating.
Donation of rice
Rice is used in many auspicious deeds. It is believed that donating rice at the time of eclipse keeps the house as a storehouse of grain and does not cause any defects.
Donation of milk
It is considered good to donate milk and yoghurt at the time of lunar eclipse. It should be donated for that. Donating milk and yoghurt at the time of eclipse brings the grace of Mother Lakshmi and Lord Narayana.
Donation of sugar at the time of eclipse is also considered good. It is believed that it is the grace of the gods and goddesses and their blessings. It is important to avoid the negative effects of eclipses.
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