Earth is now going to witness Lunar Eclipse, it is the time when the sun, earth, and moon form a straight line. It is experienced on a full moon day, where the earth stands in the mid of sun and moon, and doesn’t allow the rays of the sun to reach the moon. On the basis of the alignment of the three celestial bodies, there are a total of three eclipses, the partial, total, and penumbral.
2020 is going to witness four Lunar eclipses, out which the second one is expected to take place in the month of June. The eclipse is about to occur this week, on 5 June and 6 June.
The one earth is about to witness is a penumbral eclipse which cannot be separated from a normal full moon.
This Penumbral eclipse is about to witness by Asia, Australia, Africa, and Europe. In India, the eclipse will start in the partial phase 5 June, at 11:15 pm and will reach its maximum eclipse phase on 6 June at 12:54 a.m.
The eclipse will end by 2:34 a.m on 6 June 2020. After this, the Earth will experience the penumbral eclipse in the month of July 2020