* Rest of India will get a chance to see the lunar trifecta between 5:18pm and 6:21pm. The west coast and parts of Rajasthan will witness the event from 6:21pm to 7:37pm. The eclipse is expected to last for one hour and 16 minutes.
How to watch the celestial event
The rare lunar triple treat as seen in Manila, Philippines. (AP Photo)
A lunar trio will be visible in the sky before dawn: 🌕Supermoon – When the Moon is at/near its closest point to Ea… https://t.co/BsXqpz140m
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* In India, the phenomenon will be seen by the people of northeast, who will be able to witness the event between 4:21pm and 5:18pm.
* There hasn’t been a triple lineup like this since 1982 and the next won’t occur until 2037.