Preparations are afoot to see the total lunar eclipse along with other parts of the country. This is the second and the last lunar eclipse of the year 2014. Experts say that only the last stage of the eclipse will be visible from the country as during most of the eclipse the Moon will be below the horizon. It is expected to begin at 1.43 PM when the Moon enters the penumbral shadow of the Earth. The totality of the event begins at 3.54 PM to end at 7.05 PM. The start of totality of the eclipse will be at 3.54 pm and the eclipse will be at the maximum at 4.24 pm. Scientists in Guwahati are waiting to gather at the planetarium on Wednesday to witness the total luna eclipse.