In Graphics: Myths associated with Lunar Eclipse

16 Jul 2019 05:58 PM

In Graphics: Myths associated with Lunar Eclipse

Updated 16 Jul 2019 05:58 PM

Wednesday wee hours will be a definite treat for the skygazers as the three-hour-long partial lunar eclipse of 2019 will be taking place. While most of the people are excited about witnessing the eclipse there are many who follow some religious beliefs and prefer staying indoors.The lunar eclipse will be visible from almost all the places of India. It will take place in the middle of night, the time perfect for watching celestial phenomenons.The research and academic director of M P Birla Planetarium in the city, Debiprosad Duari, was quoted as news agency PTI as saying that the eclipse is completely safe to view with the naked eye.


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