Lunar eclipses occur when the moon dives into Earth’s shadow, during the satellite’s full phase. But eclipses don’t happen every month because the moon’s orbit around Earth is slightly out of plane with the planet’s path around the sun.
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The Lunar eclipse will take place on March 23, Wednesday from 3:30 pm to 7:30 pm. Astronomy enthusiasts and sky gazers will be able to watch penumbral lunar eclipse will occur on March 23. In India, it will be visible during moonrise in the afternoon. The Chandra Grahan will be taking place in India between 3:09 pm on March 23 to 7:25 pm on March 23, 2016. The eclipse cannot be mostly viewed by the naked eye as it will be taking place in the afternoon. The eclipse in India begins in the afternoon and ends in the evening. The time is same throughout India, as per NASA. It would be the first Lunar Eclipse out of the two lunar eclipses in 2016.
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