lunar eclipse

Glittering moon rises ahead of super blood moon

It's when a full lunar eclipse coincides with a supermoon, which is when the moon is particularly close to Earth and appears brighter than normal.

published on : 26th May 2021

Supermoon! Red blood lunar eclipse! It's all happening at once, but what does that mean?

A supermoon occurs when a full or new moon coincides with the Moon’s closest approach to the Earth.

published on : 22nd May 2021

Lunar eclipse and the intelligent rabbit in Hampi

In ancient Indian coins, inscriptions and the emblems of various dynasties, the sun and moon were shown together to indicate eternity, which coincides with an idiom

published on : 15th May 2021

Blood moon: World gazes at total lunar eclipse in awe, the longest of this century

The deep red moon was visible at different times in Australia, Africa, Asia, Europe and South America when the sun, Earth and moon lined up perfectly, casting Earth's shadow on the moon.

published on : 28th July 2018

Mars and 'blood moon' to pair up after 15 years; skygazers await for longest Lunar eclipse

Viewers will need no protective eye gear to observe the spectacle -- unlike when watching a solar eclipse.

published on : 27th July 2018

Clouds may eclipse blood moon’s full view

Clouds might spoil the party for Bengalureans who wish to view the lunar eclipse and the blood moon on Friday night. The meteorological department has predicted a light cloud cover.

published on : 27th July 2018

Lunar eclipse: Things you must know as millions get ready to witness the 'Blood Moon'

A partial Lunar eclipse will precede and follow during the entire phase, each lasting one hour and six minutes.

published on : 26th July 2018

Kerala State Science and Technology Museum gears up for century’s longest total lunar eclipse  

The eclipse will be visible in full from Thiruvananthapuram during the final hours of Friday and the early hours of Saturday.

published on : 26th July 2018

Moon may have been habitable in distant past, find out how

During both periods, planetary scientists think the Moon was spewing out large quantities of superheated volatile gases, including water vapour, from its interior.

published on : 24th July 2018