The second lunar eclipse of the year is going to happen on June 5, that is, today.
Lunar eclipse is a astronomical position. When between earth sun and moon and when moon earth of shadow of emits from is so lunar eclipse falls is are but when of the moon is only a part of the hides then it is called partial lunar eclipse.
This eclipse will not be a real lunar eclipse but a shadow lunar eclipse. The shadow lunar eclipse is not given much recognition in religious terms.
However, some precautions should be taken during the eclipse.
Today’s shadow lunar eclipse will start at 11:15 Pm and will end at 2:30 Am. When the eclipse occurs at 12:54 minutes on the night, it will be in its full glory.
And in this month, another eclipse started. Solar eclipse will be a big solar eclipse on 21 June 2020.
This lunar eclipse is taking place on Jyestha Purnima.
Let us know when and where this lunar eclipse will be seen and how much effect it will have in India.
This lunar eclipse will be visible to people living in most parts of Europe, Asia, Australia, Africa, South America, Pacific, Atlantic, Indian Ocean and Antarctica.
Astrologers say is that this eclipse bearing Aries, Taurus, Leo, Virgo, Libra, Capricorn, Aquarius and Pisces natives will be at most highest.
Note: Apart from this lunar eclipse in June, this year has two more lunar eclipses scheduled ahead. The third lunar eclipse of 2020 will happen in July and the fourth and last lunar eclipse will occur in November 2020. These two eclipses will also be penumbral ones.