The world is about to witness the penumbral lunar eclipse 2020 on 5th July. The eclipse will be the third one out of the four eclipses of 2020.
The lunar eclipse is something that fascinates not only space lovers but also common people. The lunar eclipse is caused when the Earth comes in between the Sun and the Moon.
The penumbral lunar eclipse will be hard to differentiate from the regular full moon. The total duration of the eclipse will be 2 hours, 45 minutes and its significance will increase more as it will be coinciding with the full Black Moon.
The timing of the Eclipse or Grahan is, it will start at 8:38 a.m, IST and the maximum impact of it will be at 9:59 a.m, IST and the final contact will be at 11:21 am, IST.
Since it is going to occur during the day time, it will be difficult to witness by the people. The penumbral lunar eclipse 2020 on 5th July, can be witnessed by South/West Europe, parts of Africa, parts of North America, South America, Pacific, Atlantic, Indian Ocean and Antarctica.