Chandra Grahan 2020: Chandra Grahan Lunar Eclipse on June 5, Chandra Grahan Date, Timing in India

Chandra Grahan 2020: The second 2020 Chandra Grahan Lunar Eclipse is set to take place on June 05. The first lunar eclipse took place on 10th January earlier year. On 5th June Chandra Grahan could be seen in Asia, Europe, Australia, and Africa. The shadow lunar eclipse on June 5 will begin at 11 o'clock in the evening and end at 2.34 in the night. Check out the Chandra Grahan 2020 Date, Chandra Grahan 2020 Timing in India, Lunar Eclipse Timings in India from this article.

Updated: Jun 04, 2020 19:20 IST

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Niranjani Jesentha Kumari P

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Chandra Grahan 2020 Date, Timing: 

The year's second lunar eclipse is set to be on June 5. This eclipse is not going to be an actual lunar eclipse but a lunar shadow eclipse. Religiously, the shadow lunar eclipse is not being granted much attention. The shadow lunar eclipse on June 5 will begin at 11 o'clock in the evening and end at 2.34 in the night. This lunar eclipse happens on Jyestha Purnima.

Lunar Eclipse:

When the Earth comes between the Sun and the Moon, all of the Sun's light does not fall upon the Moon. This is known as a lunar eclipse. A lunar eclipse occurs when the Sun, Moon and Earth, and are in line. A lunar eclipse occurs when the moon passes through the earth's shadow three times a year to the maximum.

Why does a Lunar Eclipse occur?

An astronomical position is a lunar eclipse. A lunar eclipse occurs as the Earth comes between the Sun and the Moon, and the Moon rises from the shadow of the Earth. When the Earth completely stops the rays of the sun, it is called a full lunar eclipse, but it is called a partial lunar eclipse when only a part of the moon is hidden away.

Where can we see the Lunar Eclipse?

This lunar eclipse will look very beautiful, with the help of a telescope. With Virtual Telescope 's help, you can see this at www.virtualtelescope.eu. Besides this, you can also watch it live on CosmoSapiens' YouTube channel, Slooh.

What is the Lunar Eclipse Timings in India?

A lunar eclipse can be seen in Asia, Australia, and Africa. This eclipse will also be visible in India on time, but there will be no stoppage of religious work here due to the eclipse. This lunar eclipse will last from about 11:30 AM to 2:30 PM, i.e., it will have a total duration of about three hours. The moon will be seen in its full form during the eclipse period, instead of being sliced from somewhere. During the period of the eclipse the Moon will be in Scorpio.

What is the Chandra Grahan Timings in India?

The lunar eclipse will this time be a lunar eclipse in the shadows. The lunar eclipse isn't considered an eclipse in the scriptures. Therefore, on this day there will be no limitation on doing any work. The Moon will be in the first constellation in Scorpio in this eclipse. At the moment of the lunar eclipse, people of Scorpio zodiac need to be alert.

What is a shadow eclipse?

The eclipse that takes place on 5 June is a lunar eclipse in the shadow. Before the lunar eclipse commences, the moon enters the shadow of the Earth. When the moon comes out without joining the Earth's actual shadow, it is called an eclipse of shadows. When the Moon reaches the actual shadow of the Earth, this is known to be a full lunar eclipse. The eclipse of the shadows is not considered an actual lunar eclipse. Even astrology was not given eclipse status.

Chandra Grahan 2020- FAQ

1. What is Lunar Eclipse?

When the Earth comes between the Sun and the Moon, all of the Sun's light does not fall upon the Moon. This is known as a lunar eclipse. A lunar eclipse occurs when the Sun, Moon and Earth, and are in line.

2. Why does a lunar eclipse occur?

An astronomical position is a lunar eclipse. A lunar eclipse occurs as the Earth comes between the Sun and the Moon, and the Moon rises from the shadow of the Earth. When the Earth completely stops the rays of the sun, it is called a full lunar eclipse, but it is called a partial lunar eclipse when only a part of the moon is hidden away.

3. What is a shadow eclipse?

The eclipse that takes place on 5 June is a lunar eclipse in the shadow. Before the lunar eclipse commences, the moon enters the shadow of the Earth. When the moon comes out without joining the Earth's actual shadow, it is called an eclipse of shadows. When the Moon reaches the actual shadow of the Earth, this is known to be a full lunar eclipse. The eclipse of the shadows is not considered an actual lunar eclipse

4. Why does a lunar eclipse occur?

An astronomical position is a lunar eclipse. A lunar eclipse occurs as the Earth comes between the Sun and the Moon, and the Moon rises from the shadow of the Earth. When the Earth completely stops the rays of the sun, it is called a full lunar eclipse, but it is called a partial lunar eclipse when only a part of the moon is hidden away.

5. What is the Chandra Grahan Timing in India?

The Chandra Grahan on June 5 will begin at 11 o'clock in the evening and end at 2.34 in the night. This lunar eclipse happens on Jyestha Purnima.