Chandra Grahan 2019: All you need to know about 3-hr lunar eclipse in India on July 16-17
The eclipse will be visible almost throughout the night from all parts of the country. The eclipse will begin around 1.31 am on Wednesday. The greatest partial eclipse when the Moon will look the darkest will be around 3 am. The Moon will remain partially eclipsed till 4:29 am on Wednesday.
Around 3:01 am on Wednesday, 65 per cent of the Moon’s diameter will be under the shadow of the Earth. On Tuesday night, only a part of the Moon will pass the Earth’s shadow.
India will witness the next lunar eclipse on May 26, 2021, when it will be a total one
The celestial phenomenon will also be visible in parts of South America, Europe, Africa, Asia and Australia
The celestial phenomenon takes place only at full Moon night, when it, the Sun and the Earth are in a perfectly straight line.
Sky enthusiasts in the country will witness a three-hour long partial lunar eclipse early Wednesday, when the Earth will move between the Sun and the Moon. Here is all you need to know about the celestial phenomenon and how and where to watch it –
The lunar eclipses are completely safe to view with the naked eye. One does not need a telescope to watch the lunar eclipse although a good pair of binoculars will enhance the experience.
Because we listen autobiographically, we tend to respond in one of four ways. We evaluate — we either agree or disagree; we probe — we ask questions from our own frame of reference; we advise — we give counsel based on our own experience; or we interpret — we try to figure people out, to explain their motives, their behavior, based on our own motives and behavior.
These responses come naturally to us. We are deeply scripted in them; we live around models of them all the time. But how do they affect our ability to really understand? If I’m trying to communicate with my son, can he feel free to open himself up to me when I evaluate everything he says before he really explains it? Am I giving him psychological air?
And how does he feel when I probe? Probing is playing 20 questions. It’s autobiographical, it controls, and it invades. It’s also logical, and the language of logic is different from the language of sentiment and emotion. You can play 20 questions all day and not find out what’s important to someone. Constant probing is one of the main reasons parents do not get close to their children.