chandr grahan 2023: Lunar Eclipse 2023: Lunar Eclipse 2023: Lunar eclipse occurs on the day of Poonam and solar eclipse occurs on the day of Amas. In the year 2023 there will be total 4 eclipses which are 2 lunar eclipses and 2 solar eclipses. The first solar eclipse of the year took place on April 20, which was not observed in India. Now the first lunar eclipse of the year is going to happen in a few days. Then let’s know when this lunar eclipse is going to happen? Which will appear in which countries and what will be the impact?
ગુણોત્સવ 2023 નવા રીઝલ્ટ જોવા માટે અહી ક્લિક કરો
Chandra Grahan 2023
In astrology and in astronomy, eclipses are very important. A total of 4 eclipses are going to happen in the year 2023, in which the first solar eclipse has already taken place on April 20, which was not seen anywhere in India. Now soon the first lunar eclipse of the year 2023 is also going to happen. The first lunar eclipse of the year, Vaishakh Purnima, is meant to occur on the day of Buddha Purnima. If we look at the process of lunar eclipse from a scientific point of view, a lunar eclipse occurs when the Earth comes between the Moon and the Sun. According to the Puranas in Hinduism, a lunar eclipse occurs when Rahu occupies the Moon.
A solar eclipse and a lunar eclipse are preceded by a period of sleep. Sutak time before lunar eclipse is considered inauspicious in religion. , get information about the first lunar eclipse of the year, Sutak Kaal and where it will appear.
lunar eclipse 2023
This first lunar eclipse of the year 2023 is scheduled to begin at 8:45 PM Indian Standard Time on Friday, May 5, 2023 and end at late 1:00 PM. The shadow of this lunar eclipse will be a lunar eclipse. This day is also Vaishakh Purnima. Which we also call as Buddha Purnima. Paramgras time of lunar eclipse is 10:53 pm. The Sutak period of lunar eclipse will start 9 hours earlier but the first lunar eclipse of the year is not visible in India, so its Sutak period is also not observed in India.
Lunar eclipse time
Shadow duration – 04 hours 15 minutes 34 seconds
Magnitude of penumbral lunar eclipse- 0.95
In which countries will the first lunar eclipse of the year be seen?
The first lunar eclipse of the year is a penumbral lunar eclipse. It means that the eclipse will be visible from many places other than India as the Earth’s shadow on the Moon is only on one side. The first lunar eclipse of the year will be visible in Europe, Central Asia, Australia, Africa, Antarctica, Pacific Atlantic and Indian Ocean.
On which date is the first lunar eclipse of the year?
5 May 2023