Grahan 2023: When will lunar and solar eclipses take place in the new year? What will be the Sutak period in India? – न्यूज़लीड India

Grahan 2023: When will lunar and solar eclipses take place in the new year? What will be the Sutak period in India?


first solar eclipse

In the year 2023, the first solar eclipse will occur on 20 April i.e. Thursday, but it will not be visible in India, so its Sutak period will not take place. The eclipse will last from 07:04 AM to 12:29 PM.

  second solar eclipse

second solar eclipse

The second and last solar eclipse of the year will take place on Saturday, October 14. This too will not be visible in India, so this too will not take a long time. People in West Africa, North America, South America, Atlantica and Antarctica will be able to see this eclipse.

  first lunar eclipse

first lunar eclipse

The first lunar eclipse of the year 2023 will take place on Friday, May 5. The eclipse will last from 08:45 PM to 01:00 AM. It will be visible in India, so Sutak period will start 9 hours earlier.

second lunar eclipse

second lunar eclipse

The second lunar eclipse of the year 2023 will take place on October 29 i.e. Sunday. This will be a total lunar eclipse, which will last from 01: 06 to 02: 22 AM. Sutak period will also be valid for this.

When does the solar eclipse take place?

When does the solar eclipse take place?

A solar eclipse occurs when the Sun comes between the Moon and the Earth. It takes place on the new moon day, which should not be seen with the naked eye.

When does lunar eclipse happen?

When does lunar eclipse happen?

A lunar eclipse occurs when the Earth comes between the Sun and the Moon. It always appears to be full moon, which can be seen with the naked eye.

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