Lunar Eclipse June 2020: When and at what time the next lunar eclipse will be in India, you will be able to watch live from home

The bulk of the Earth will be able to see the June lunar eclipse (Lunar Eclipse 2020). It will be visible in most parts of Europe, including India, Asia, Australia, Africa and parts of South America.

The second lunar eclipse of 2020 (Lunar Eclipse 2020) is going to take place next month and enthusiasts watching eclipse in India will be able to see it with their own eyes. This will be the second of four lunar eclipses coming this year and all of these will be penumbral lunar eclipses. Remind that the first lunar eclipse of this year took place in January. Traditionally, the June full moon is called the Strawberry Moon, therefore, the upcoming Penumbral lunar eclipse is also known by many as the Strawberry Moon Eclipse.

What is a penumbral lunar eclipse?

A penumbral lunar jewel occurs when the moon passes near the faint, the outer part of the Earth’s shadow, called the penumbra. During this time, the Moon appears darker than usual and this type of eclipse is often considered by people to be a Full Moon.

Where will lunar eclipse June 2020 will be visible?

Large part of the Earth will be able to see the lunar eclipse of June. It will appear in most parts of Europe, Asia, Australia, Africa and parts of South America. As we mentioned earlier, the lunar eclipse (Lunar Eclipse June 2020) will also be visible in India.

Lunar Eclipse 2020 India time

According to Timeanddate.com, the lunar eclipse will begin at 11:15 pm on June 5 and will reach its peak by 12:54 minutes on June 6. Penumbral Eclipse will end at 2:34 am. Enthusiasts of watching the lunar eclipse will be able to see this eclipse from their home as well. However people may notice a slight difference in its color, which means that many people may see it slightly yellow.

But please be aware of online websites that you can see this lunar eclipse in its best form online. Several popular YouTube channels including Slooh and Virtual Telescope are known to livestream the event. There should be a live link on their YouTube channel in the coming days.

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