Chand Grahan End Start & End Timing Details 28th September 2015
Blood Moon Lunar Eclipse Chand Grahan End Start & End Timing Details 28th September 2015 in Pakistan, India, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka. Chand Graheen Complete Timing Details 2015. A total lunar eclipse took place among 27th and 28th September 2015 and it was seen Sunday evening 27 September in the Americas; while in Europe, Africa, and the Middle East, it was seen in the near the beginning hours of Monday morning September 28.
|Event||Evening September 27||Morning Sept. 28|
|P1||Penumbral begins*||5:12 pm||6:12 pm||7:12 pm||8:12 pm||9:12 pm||10:12 pm||11:12 pm||12:12 am||1:12 am||2:12 am||3:12 am|
|U1||Partial begins||6:07 pm||7:07 pm||8:07 pm||9:07 pm||10:07 pm||11:07 pm||12:07 am||1:07 am||2:07 am||3:07 am||4:07 am|
|U2||Total begins||7:11 pm||8:11 pm||9:11 pm||10:11 pm||11:11 pm||12:11 am||1:11 am||2:11 am||3:11 am||4:11 am||5:11 am|
|Mid-eclipse||7:47 pm||8:47 pm||9:47 pm||10:47 pm||11:47 pm||12:47 am||1:47 am||2:47 am||3:47 am||4:47 am||5:47 am|
|U3||Total ends||8:23 pm||9:23 pm||10:23 pm||11:23 pm||12:23 am||1:23 am||2:23 am||3:23 am||4:23 am||5:23 am||6:23 am|
|U4||Partial ends||9:27 pm||10:27 pm||11:27 pm||12:27 am||1:27 am||2:27 am||3:27 am||4:27 am||5:27 am||6:27 am||7:27 am|
|P4||Penumbral ends||10:22 pm||11:22 pm||12:22 am||1:22 am||2:22 am||3:22 am||4:22 am||5:22 am||6:22 am||7:22 am||8:22 am|
Mr Biltz now maintains to be monitoring the incidence of earthquakes adding: “The number has more than doubled over the previous 10 years. As we declared earlier those in Australia missed out on all the lunar eclipse fun and could only observe photos as they come into view on social media.
Night has arrived in Sydney and though this full moon is pretty it’s not as stunning as the eclipse seen from this side of the world untimely this morning. The 2 evangelists have been blame of peddling the caution in order to cash in on books they have pen about their predictions one of which was curved into a movie.
The times displayed are accurate to around 2-3 seconds.
|Event||UTC Time||Time in Lahore*||Visible in Lahore|
|Penumbral Eclipse began||28 Sep, 00:11:47||28 Sep, 05:11:47||Yes|
|Partial Eclipse began||28 Sep, 01:07:13||28 Sep, 06:07:13||No, below horizon|
|Full Eclipse began||28 Sep, 02:11:12||28 Sep, 07:11:12||No, below horizon|
|Maximum Eclipse||28 Sep, 02:47:09||28 Sep, 07:47:09||No, below horizon|
|Full Eclipse ended||28 Sep, 03:23:05||28 Sep, 08:23:05||No, below horizon|
|Partial Eclipse ended||28 Sep, 04:27:05||28 Sep, 09:27:05||No, below horizon|
|Penumbral Eclipse ended||28 Sep, 05:22:31||28 Sep, 10:22:31||No, below horizon|
The Moon was below the horizon in Lahore some of the time, so that part of the eclipse was not visible.
The magnitude of the eclipse is 1.276.
The total duration of the eclipse is 5 hours, 11 minutes.
The total duration of the partial phases is 2 hours, 8 minutes.
The duration of the full eclipse is 1 hour, 12 minutes.
The next total lunar eclipse will not be awaiting 2018 and The next supermom-lunar eclipse combination will not happen until 2033. The total lunar eclipse is noticeable from the most of North America and all of South America later than sunset 27, 28 September. There has been a huge unravelling in fresh months or even years that is prepare us all to give birth to something new.