The Total Lunar Eclipse (Purna Chandra Grahan) occurring on June 15 2011 (Wednesday) is visible throughout India.
Eclipse Time IST in India: 11.53 pm to 3.32 am night of June 15. Mid Eclipse (Madya Kaal) is at 1.43 am.
The moon is completely covered by Earth Shadow (Total Eclipse) from 12.52 am to 2.33 am on June 16 early morning.
The Lunar eclipse beginning time (Sparsha Kaal), Mid eclipse (Madhya Kaal), end time (Moksh Kaal) time in 4 metros of India viz., Chennai (Madras), Mumbai (Bombay), New Delhi, Kolkata (Calcutta) and other parts of India, according to NASA is given below
The eclipse starts (Sparsha Kaal) on June 15 night 11.53 pm and ends (Moksha Kaal) on June 16 early morning 3.32 am. Mid Eclipse (Madya Kaal) is at 1.43 am.
Other Continents (or Parts) of World where eclipse is visible are South America, Europe, Africa, Asia, Australia
The picture, image, video of Solar Eclipse can be seen in the website http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lunar_eclipse (contains pictures, images)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mhZWIgUUPZ8 (contains videos)
The time, date, venue where the eclipse occurs is given in NASA website http://eclipse.gsfc.nasa.gov/lunar.html
What is Chandra Grahan?
Lunar Eclipse occurs when Moon moves behind earth so that sunrays are blocked and earth's shadow falls on Moon. Chandra Grahan occurs only on Purnima, Pournami (Full Moon Day). According to scientists its safe to watch Lunar Eclipse with naked eyes. However viewing Sun Eclipse with eye will affect eyesight.
Note: For exact details in your area contact your local authorities. This blog is not responsible any error in the details given.
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