Lunar Eclipse 2020, Chandra Grahan June 2020 Date, Timings in India:
Chandra Grahan June 2020 Lunar Eclipse June 5th Date & Time Effects on Rashi, Timing,Astrology, Start & End Time in Hindi, Tamil, Telugu In India | चंद्र ने जून 2020
Chandra Grahan June 2020: The second lunar eclipse of the year 2020 is going to happen on Friday 5 June. Earlier, the first lunar eclipse of the year was held in January. This lunar eclipse will take place on the full moon date of Jyeshtha month and it will be a shadow eclipse. The eclipse will begin from 11:15 am on the night of June 5, which will be at 2.34 pm the next night.
Asia, Australia, Europe, or Africa, you might see the Strawberry Moon turn a shade darker during the maximum phase of this penumbral lunar eclipse.
The lunar eclipse is that astronomical position when the moon falls in its shadow just behind the Earth . This can happen only when the Sun , Earth and Moon are located in a nearly straight line in this sequence. Due to this geometric restriction, the lunar eclipse can only occur on the full moon . The type and duration of the lunar eclipse depends on the position of the moon relative to the lunar node . This form of the moon is also called ‘blood moon’. After the lunar eclipse begins, it first turns black and then gradually turns into ruddy red.
Unlike any solar eclipse , which is visible only from a relatively small part of the Earth, the lunar eclipse can be seen from any part of the Earth’s night side. While the solar eclipse is visible from any place for only a few minutes due to the shortness of the moon’s shadow, the lunar eclipse has a duration of a few hours. Additionally, lunar eclipses can be seen, unlike solar eclipses, without any special protection for the eyes, as the brightness of the lunar eclipse is less than that of the full moon. According to Vedic astrology, eclipse is considered inauspicious. Therefore, doing many auspicious tasks during the eclipse period is considered taboo.
Moon Eclipse Entrance – 23:15 pm
Middle (Ultimate Grass) – 24:55 pm
Moksha (Time to end the lunar eclipse) – 26:34 pm
June, both the sun and the lunar eclipse are due. While the lunar eclipse will take place on the fifth day of the first week of June, that is, on June 5, there will be a solar eclipse on June 21. Both of them have their own mythology, beliefs and significance. Apart from this, both of them also have scientific significance. Here we are giving you information about both these importance and the reasons behind this astronomical event.
The lunar eclipse occurs when the Sun, Earth and Moon are in the same line. This happens when the entire moon is out and the earth comes between the sun and the moon. In such a situation, the rays of the sun do not reach the moon. Let us tell you that four lunar eclipses are to be held this year. The first of these lunar eclipses has taken place on January 1. The second is this month. The third will be in July and the fourth in November. The lunar eclipse to be held on June 5 will be shadow. This means that the moon will pass through the earth’s light shadow.
Sutak period of lunar eclipse, which is
going to take place on 5 June, is not valid. Due to the lunar eclipse, there will not be a Sutak period in it.
6 eclipses will
be seen this year, according to astronomical events, this year i.e. in the year 2020, 6 eclipses will occur. The first eclipse has started on 10 January and the second is going to be on 5 June. After this, the third eclipse, which is the solar eclipse, will be held on the same month i.e. 21 June.
Lunar and solar eclipse
in the month of June is very special, in this month two eclipses are being seen. The special thing is that both lunar and solar eclipse are taking place this month. According to astrology, these eclipses can create a state of turmoil in the country and the world.
Lunar eclipse The
eclipse on the Moon occurs when the Earth falls in its shadow just behind the Moon.
What is a penumbral lunar eclipse?
A penumbral lunar eclipse happens when the Sun, Earth, and the Moon are imperfectly aligned. In this case, the Earth blocks some of the Sun’s light from directly reaching the Moon with the outer part of its shadow, also known as the penumbra. Since the penumbra is much fainter than the dark core of the Earth’s shadow a penumbral eclipse is hard to distinguish from the normal Full Moon.
Eclipse will be seen all over India, people from
Asia, Europe, Australia and Africa can see this eclipse. However, due to the shadow lunar eclipse, it will be difficult for people to differentiate between normal moon and eclipse moon. This eclipse can be seen all over India, but during this eclipse, the moon will not be cut from anywhere, that is, there will be no change in the shape of the moon. He will be seen walking in the sky in his full size. During this eclipse, the image of the moon will fade. That is, the moon will look a bit muddy. The reason for this is that it is not an actual lunar eclipse, it is a shadow lunar eclipse. Earlier, on January 10, a similar lunar eclipse occurred.