The first lunar eclipse of the year is going to take place in the month of May. The lunar eclipse will take place on May 26. The special thing is that Baisakhi Purnima is also falling on this day. Let us know what this lunar eclipse will be like and at what time it will take. At the same time, you know where this eclipse will be seen and what will be its impact in India.
Lunar Eclipse Time:- The lunar eclipse on May 26 will begin at 2.17 pm and end at 7.19 pm. The eclipse will have the biggest impact on Scorpio and Anuradha Nakshatra.
How will the eclipse be:- The first lunar eclipse of the year will be the subshadow eclipse. Being a shadow, the religious effects of this eclipse will not be accepted.
Lunar eclipse to be visible:- The lunar eclipse on May 26 will be fully visible in the US, Northern Europe, East Asia, Australia, and some parts of the Pacific Ocean, while in India it will be visible due to subshadow.
Time of Sutak Period:- This lunar eclipse is the subshadow lunar eclipse. No religious activities are prohibited in the eclipse of subshadow. Therefore, this day will not be considered as sukta kaal. The temple cupboards will not be closed even during the eclipse period. There will be no restriction on any auspicious deeds on this day.
What is the subshadow eclipse:- The moon enters the earth's subshadow before the lunar eclipse begins. When the moon comes out without entering the real shadow of the earth, it is called the subshadow eclipse. When the moon enters the real shadow of the earth, a total lunar eclipse occurs. Subshadow eclipse is not considered to be a real lunar eclipse.