Lunar Eclipse in New Zealand on 19 October 2013 – Visible or Not Visible?

Lunar Eclipse in New Zealand on 19 October 2013 – Visible or not visible? Penumbral Lunar Eclipse (Prachchaya Chandra Grahan) on 19 October will take place at after sunrise hence it will not be visible in New Zealand cities.

For those who perform special pujas during Grahan, can get the details of timings of Chandra Grahan in New Zealand cities here…

Lunar Eclipse in Auckland on 19 October 2013

Penumbral lunar eclipse begins at 10.27 AM – Not visible

Mid eclipse / Maximum eclipse at – 10.53 AM – Not visible

Penumbral eclipse ends at – 2.48 PM – Not visible

Lunar Eclipse in Wellington on 19 October 2013

Penumbral lunar eclipse begins at 10.27 AM – Not visible

Mid eclipse / Maximum eclipse at – 10.53 AM – Not visible

Penumbral eclipse ends at – 2.48 PM – Not visible

Lunar Eclipse in Christchurch on 19 October 2013

Penumbral lunar eclipse begins at 10.27 AM – Not visible

Mid eclipse / Maximum eclipse at – 10.53 AM – Not visible

Penumbral eclipse ends at – 2.48 PM – Not visible

Lunar Eclipse in Hamilton on 19 October 2013

Penumbral lunar eclipse begins at 10.27 AM – Not visible

Mid eclipse / Maximum eclipse at – 10.53 AM – Not visible

Penumbral eclipse ends at – 2.48 PM – Not visible

As per UTC, the timings of Chandra Grahan October 2013

Prachchaya Chandra Grahanam begins at 9.51 PM UTC (Universal Time) on 18 October 2013 (Penumbral lunar eclipse begins)

Prachchaya Chandra Grahan – Madhya Kaal at 11.50 PM UTC (Greatest Eclipse / Mid eclipse) on 18 October 2013

Prachchaya Chandra Grahan ends – 1.50 AM UTC on 19 October 2013 (Penumbral lunar eclipse ends)

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