Lunar eclipse tomorrow: When and where to watch the penumbral lunar eclipse – Times of India

segmented lunar eclipse May 5 will be observed in India and many parts of the world. This will happen first lunar eclipse of the year. If you’re unfamiliar with a penumbral lunar eclipse, it’s also known as a penumbral lunar eclipse and occurs when the Moon passes through the outer part of Earth’s shadow. has reported that this penumbral lunar eclipse will be the darkest lunar eclipse till 2024. Here’s all you need to know about it.
segmented lunar eclipse 2023: when will it be
As per reports, the penumbral lunar eclipse will begin at 8:44 PM IST and it will reach its peak at 10:52 PM IST and the entire event will end at 1:01 AM IST. has mentioned that people in India can view the lunar eclipse from 10:52 PM on May 5 to 1:01 AM on May 6.
where to watch the event
It is important to understand that due to the nature of the entire event, it is difficult to observe precisely because of the slight dimming effect caused partly by the Moon entering Earth’s shadow. However, if the weather is good and the sky is clear, the complete eclipse will be visible from India. Some of the regions that will be able to see parts of the lunar eclipse are Europe, Asia, Australia, Africa, Pacific, Atlantic, Indian Ocean and Antarctica.
how to watch lunar eclipse live
Whether a lunar eclipse is visible to the naked eye or not, there are many platforms that live stream such celestial events. You can easily find the details of live streaming on YouTube or many other websites like,, etc.