New Delhi (Anish Yande): Lunar Eclipse for this year would be occurring on November 30, 2020. The Lunar Eclipse can be viewed from countries in Europe, Asia, North America, South America, and Asia. This time, the lunar eclipse would be coinciding with Kartik Purnima. Check details of the upcoming lunar eclipse here.
Astrologers Advice for the Lunar Eclipse:
Astrologers have stated that the November 30 lunar eclipse would affect the Taurus sign. The lunar eclipse would affect the Rohini nakshatra as well.
According to the astrologers, the upcoming lunar eclipse would be a 'Upachhaya' eclipse, where the Sutak period is not valid. They suggest that during this period, people should chant mantras relevant to the Upachhaya eclipse and meditate.
Details of Lunar Eclipse:
In India, the lunar eclipse is reported, to not be visible as it would be below the horizon. The visibility of the lunar eclipse is similar to the previous lunar eclipse in India, which was also below the horizon. The previous lunar eclipse had a duration of two hours and 45 minutes. The duration of the upcoming lunar eclipse is gauged to be longer than the previous one.
The upcoming lunar eclipse is a penumbral lunar eclipse. A penumbral lunar eclipse happens when the Earth, Sun, and Moon are aligned imperfectly. The imperfect alignment creates a slight shadow over the surface of the Moon.
The lunar eclipse would be seen from the time of 1.04 pm to 5.22 pm. The peak of the eclipse would be observed at 3.13 pm. The visibility of the lunar eclipse depends on the weather conditions during the lunar eclipse. If the weather conditions are foggy or overcast, the lunar event would not be visible.
Lunar Eclipses This Year:
In 2020, three lunar eclipses were observed. The lunar eclipses were penumbral. The first lunar eclipse was observed on January 10th. The rest of the lunar eclipses were observed in June and July, on June 5th and July 4th.
The next lunar eclipse after the one on November 30, would be observed after two weeks. The next lunar eclipse would be seen on December 14th
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