The lunar eclipse will begin at 11:31 PM IST on October 28, 2023.
The maximum eclipse, when 24.7% of the Moon's disk is covered by Earth's shadow, will occur at 1:06 AM IST.
This partial lunar eclipse will be visible from regions including India, Asia, Africa, and Europe.
During the eclipse, the Moon will appear slightly darker, taking on a reddish or coppery hue.
You can view the eclipse with the naked eye, binoculars, or a telescope; no special equipment is required.
Unlike solar eclipses, the partial lunar eclipse is safe to watch without eye protection.
It's a beautiful and fascinating celestial event that offers insights into the Moon's relationship with Earth and the Sun.