Astronomical phenomenon to be visible: Parakal to fall by 3 degrees in two days Partial lunar eclipse of 1:19 hours

Ranchi: Pink cold is being felt in the morning and evening.  Feeling the need for a bedsheet at night. The minimum temperature recorded on Thursday was 20 degrees and the maximum was 31 degrees Celsius.

The Meteorological Department has predicted the minimum temperature to fall by two to three degrees in the next two days. The mercury may drop to 17 degrees by October 30. The maximum temperature will remain around 30-31 degrees.

Till November 1, the sky will be mainly clear and the weather will be dry. At the same time, in astronomical events, a partial lunar eclipse will take place at midnight on 28th October. 

The last lunar eclipse of the year will be visible on Saturday night. The Moon will enter penumbra at midnight. The eclipse will start at 1:05 pm and will end at 2:24 pm, i.e. it will last for a total of 1:19 hours.

Apart from India, it will also be visible in Australia, Europe, Africa, Eastern South America, and North-Eastern America. The next lunar eclipse will be visible in India on September 7 next year, which will be a total lunar eclipse.

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