Lunar Eclipse 2022: The first total lunar eclipse of 2022 will occur on May 15-16 and be visible in total phase from portions of America, Antarctica, Europe, Africa and the east Pacific. The second lunar eclipse will occur on November 8 and will be visible in parts of Asia, Australia, North America, parts of northern and eastern Europe, and most of South America.
Lunar Eclipse Timings 2022:
On May 16, the lunar eclipse will start at 07:02 in the morning and will end at 12:20 in the afternoon however it will not be visible in India.
Where to watch Lunar Eclipse in India:
Though the lunar eclipse will not be visible in India on May 16, stargazers will be able to live stream it through the social media platforms of NASA. You can tune in to NASA’s Facebook, YouTube, or official website to watch the Chandra Grahan.
The total lunar eclipse will be visible close to the time the Moon sets on Monday morning in western parts of Europe and Africa. The full duration of the eclipse will be visible throughout all of South America, Central America, eastern US and Canada, and most of Antarctica. In the western parts of US and Canada, totality will be visible just after moonrise Sunday evening.
The sky watchers in New Zealand, the Middle East, and Eastern Europe will also experience the penumbral eclipse during which only the edge of Earth’s shadow falls over the Moon.