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Home > Other Astrological Information / Astrological Analysis of Festivals / Total Lunar Eclipse on 28th October, 2004

Lunar EclipseTotal Lunar Eclipse on 28th October, 2004

Partial eclipse begins at 06.44am (IST)
Total eclipse begins at 7.53am (IST)
Greatest eclipse occurs at 8.34am (IST)
Total eclipse ends at 9.15am (IST)

The eclipse will be visible in Africa, Europe, Greenland, Arctic Region, North America, Central America, South America and extreme western parts of Asia. The eclipse can be sighted well by the North Americans. The visibility of the eclipse in Indian soil will not be there and as such it has no effect.

The eclipse is taking place in Aries, representing the direction of East and the Moon is on its way to exaltation, the effects of the Total Lunar eclipse may have a cooling nature. As the East stands for progress and advancement, the impact of the eclipse will be towards sorting out the problems created by the solar eclipse or in existing.

Interestingly, the eclipse also falls on Thursday. Its lord Jupiter plays the role of a Savior, as the natural benefic planet becomes the lord of the 9th house from Aries. As it is strong in the sign Sagittarius is positive and Moolatrikona one for Jupiter creates more assertive and energetic.

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