Chandra Grahan 2020 Timing The first lunar eclipse of the year seems to be happening in early 2020 itself. The special thing is that it will also be seen in India. The eclipse will begin on Friday, January 10 from 10 to 39 minutes and will last till 02:40 in the morning of January 11. This lunar eclipse will last for a period of 04 hours 01 minutes. It will appear in many parts of Europe, Australia and Africa including India. However, it is not going to have much effect.
Where will this lunar eclipse be seen
- All countries of Asia including India
- North America
- Indian Ocean
What not to do at the time of eclipse
It is considered necessary to take care of many things during the lunar eclipse. It is believed that pregnant women should not leave the house at the time of this eclipse. It is forbidden to start any work during the eclipse. During this time, cooking should also be avoided. During the eclipse the influence of negative forces is more, so one should always meditate on God during this time.
There will be 4 lunar eclipses in 2020
There are a total of 4 lunar eclipses in 2020, with the first lunar eclipse taking place on Friday. Apart from this, there will be two solar eclipses this year.
Eclipse in 2020
- First eclipse: 10–11 January, lunar eclipse
- Second eclipse: June 5, lunar eclipse
- Third eclipse: June 21, solar eclipse
- Fourth eclipse: July 5, lunar eclipse
- Fifth eclipse: November 30, lunar eclipse
- Sixth Eclipse: December 14, solar eclipse
How does the lunar eclipse feel
A lunar eclipse occurs when the Earth comes between the Sun and the Moon and covers its satellite Moon with its shadow.