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Lunar eclipse or chand grahan is all set to take place on 7th August 2017 in Pakistan. This is the second lunar eclipse or chand grahan in Pakistan for the year 2017.

The lunar eclipse or chand grahan will be visible on at the night of 7th August and will be witnessed by the people of Pakistan and different countries.

The 7th August lunar eclipse will be partial in which moon will only be slightly covered by the Earth’s umbral shadow at maximum eclipse.

Time of lunar eclipse 2017 on 7th August in Pakistan:

The 7th August lunar eclipse 2017 will be witnessed in Pakistan at 8:50pm local time and will be at its peak at 11:20pm. The lunar eclipse (chand grahan) will end at 1:51am.

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The 7th August lunar eclipse or chand grahan 2017 will be visible in the different cities of Pakistan including Lahore, Karachi, Multan and other cities.

Time of 7th August lunar eclipse 2017 in India:

The 7th August lunar eclipse lunar eclipse 2017 will also be visible in India at 23:50pm. The maximum duration of the chand grahan will be 5 hours 1 minute.

Lunar Eclipse (chand grahan) 2017 Visibility around the world:

This will be the second lunar eclipse (chand graham) 2017 to be visible over Eastern Europe, Asia, Australia, Africa, East in South America, Pacific, Atlantic, Indian Ocean, and Antarctica.

First Lunar Eclipse 2017:

Earlier, the first lunar eclipse of 2017 was witnessed in Pakistan and many other countries including Europe, Much of Asia, Africa, North America, South America, Pacific, Atlantic, Indian Ocean, Arctic, and Antarctica on 11th February.

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The duration of the first lunar eclipse of 2017 was at least 4 hours.

Total Lunar Eclipses in 2017:

In 2017 there are only two lunar eclipses. The first visible on 11th February while the second will be on 7th August.

Lunar Eclipse in 2018:

The big lunar eclipse will be on 31st January, 2018, and will be visible across Asia, Australia, the Pacific, and parts of the Western U.S.  The lunar eclipse in 2018 will be a much more obvious skywatching event.

For further details about Lunar Eclipse in 2017 stay tuned with www.daytimes.pk

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