After 580 years, the longest lunar eclipse is taking place.

The lunar eclipse will take place on the 3rd of November for the longest period of almost 6 centuries. This lunar eclipse on November 19 will be the last lunar eclipse of 2021. For the first time in 580 years, such a long lunar eclipse is taking place.

This lunar eclipse will cover 97 percent of the moon. Which will reach a high point at about 1:30 p.m. This lunar eclipse will be 3 hours 28 minutes 24 seconds long. The lunar eclipse had not occurred in such a long period of 580 years.

The previous longest lunar eclipse was on February 18, 1440. Now such a long lunar eclipse will take place only on February 8, 2669. This lunar eclipse will be seen from Asia, America, Northern Europe, Australia and the Pacific region. The lunar eclipse will last from 1:03 pm to 4:32 pm. According to astronomers, the lunar eclipse is longer due to the greater distance of the moon from the earth.

A lunar eclipse can be seen as a lighter line than a full moon. Due to the partial lunar eclipse, there is a religious belief that its gestation period is also not valid. Lunar eclipses are considered very important in astrology. According to astronomy, a lunar eclipse occurs when the earth is between the sun and the moon.

According to the scriptures, lunar eclipses are believed when Rahu and Ketu hold the moon. According to science, when the earth moves between the sun and the moon, the light of the sun does not fall on the moon and the shadow of the earth remains. That is why it is called a lunar eclipse.

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