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Chandra Grahan 2018 LIVE in Delhi, Haryana and Punjab: When and Where to watch

Chandra Grahan 2018 LIVE in Delhi, Haryana and Punjab: When and Where to watch
Written by Abhishek Lohia

Chandra Grahan LIVE in Delhi: When and Where to watch: Today Indians will see another unique astronomical event on Friday late night. We are talking about the lunar eclipse and Timing of Chandra Grahan. Lunar Eclipse 2018 will happen tonight. It is being said that this is the longest lunar eclipse for the next 100 years. People of India will also be able to see the moon eclipse 2018. But due to the monsoon, the weather can disrupt and in the metro city, pollution can also play the villain role. However, nothing is impossible in the world of technology. Even if you can not enjoy Chandra Grahan 2018 with open eyes, but technology can help you to watch Chandra Grahan 2018.

Where to watch Lunar Eclipse 2018 LIVE

Lunar Eclipse 2018 will be streamed live on many YouTube channels. The motive is clear, no person missed the opportunity to see the longest lunar eclipse of this century. Indian timeline will start the live stream on July 27, 2018, at 11.30 pm. If you want, you can enjoy Chandra Grahan 2018 on the Newsfolo website by clicking the Play button on the video embedded in this article.

Timing of Chandra Grahan: The partial lunar eclipse will begin at 11 pm 44 min while The full moon eclipse will start at 1 a.m.

What is the Blood Moon?

The blood moon will also be seen in the moon eclipse on July 27. The blood moon will also be seen in the moon eclipse in July 2018. During this, the moon will look red. This happens when for some time the whole moon passes through the shadow of the earth in space. During this, the light of the sun shines while passing through the Earth’s atmosphere. During this, the red color splashes less than blue and purple waves. For this reason, we feel that the moon has become completely red.

The lunar eclipse will take place on June 27, 2018, the longest Eclipse on 9 June 2123. There are many reasons for this, one is the distance between the Moon and the Earth in each other at its perimeter. Because of this, the moon usually looks a little short. Especially the super Moon is very small when the moon is closest to the Earth.

About the author

Abhishek Lohia

Abhishek Lohia is a Sports and Political Writer at Newsfolo. He has been working as a Journalist for 2 years and has previously worked at Sportsflu, Sportscafe, and some other Digital Channels. He covers the ruling BJP Government, civic bodies, and Indian politics. He also covers latest Sports News and Live Coverage. He is a graduate in Electrical Engineering from IPEC College, Sahibabad. He can be reached at; [email protected], you can also follow him on twitter @chiraglohia2

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