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Lunar eclipse 2021: People living in Northeast India will be able to see the eclipse, which will last for over three hours. In Uttar Pradesh, Bengal and Jharkhand too the phenomenon will be visible briefly.
Byhindustantimes.com, Hindustan Times, New Delhi
The first eclipse of 2020 will start from 10.36 pm on the night of January 10 and continue till 2.44 am on January 11, Dr Rajendraprakash Gupt added.