Solar Eclipse and Lunar Eclipse 2022 Complete List: A Surya Grahan always occurs about two weeks before or after a Chandra Grahan. This year, i.e. 2022, the first solar eclipse took place on April 30. Just two weeks after it, the total lunar eclipse will take place on May 16. According to religious beliefs in India, the eclipses are not considered auspicious and it is advised not to do any important work during the same. Pregnant women are especially advised to take special care of themselves during the solar and lunar eclipses. Know the complete list of when are solar and lunar eclipses in 2022.
Solar Eclipse 2022 Complete List
First Solar Eclipse- 30 April 2022 (Partial)
The first solar eclipse of 2022 took place on April 30. In India, the partial Surya Grahan was not visible. It was only seen in regions of Antarctica, the Atlantic Ocean just off South America's southeastern coast including the Falkland Islands, South Pacific and the Southern Ocean. It will also be visible over parts of South America such as Chile, Argentina, most of Uruguay, western Paraguay, southwestern Bolivia, southeastern Peru, and a small area of southwestern Brazil.
Second Solar Eclipse- 25 October (Partial)
The second Surya Grahan is going to take place on October 25. It will a partial solar eclipse and will be visible in parts of South/West Europe, South/West Asia, Africa, North Americ, South America and others. People in India won't be able to watch it.
Lunar Eclipse 2022 Complete List
First lunar eclipse- 16 May 2022 (Total)
The first lunar eclipse of the year is a total eclipse called the Blood Moon. It will be visible from across North and South America, parts of Europe and Africa. People in India will not be able to see the Blood Moon. It will begin at 07:02 in the morning and end at 12:20 in the afternoon.
Second lunar eclipse - 8 November 2022 (Total)
The second lunar eclipse is also a total eclipse that will take place on November 8th. It will not be visible in India but people in the regions of North/East Europe, Asia, Australia, North America, South America, Pacific, Atlantic, Indian Ocean, Arctic, and Antarctica will be able to see the Blood Moon. The overall duration of the lunar eclipse according to TimeandDate will be five hours and 54 minutes.