The last and final eclipse of the year 2020 will take place on November 30. This is the fourth penumbral lunar eclipse of the year. The first three lunar eclipses occurred on January 10, June 5 and July 4.
India won’t be able to witness the celestial event like the last time, at least a majority of the country will not see the event. This is because the lunar eclipse will be below the horizon.
However, the eclipse will be visible in the more Eastern parts of India, with states like Bihar, Assam, West Bengal, Uttarakhand and Uttar Pradesh getting some visibility. The visibility chances will be higher in the latter half.
According to Timeanddate.com, many parts of Europe, Asia, Australia, North America, South America, Pacific and Atlantic will bear witness to the penumbral lunar eclipse of 2020.
Lunar Eclipse 2020 date
The lunar eclipse will kick off at 1.04 pm. The eclipse medieval will occur at 3.13 pm and the eclipse will end at 5.22 pm on November 30 itself.
This year, there have been no partial or total eclipses. After the November 30 celestial event, there will be only one eclipse left in the year. The solar eclipse is expected to occur on December 14.
What does Upachhaya Eclipse signify in Indian culture?
According to astrologers, the lunar eclipse on November 30 will be the last one of 2020 and that the eclipse will affect the Tauras sign and the Rohini nakshatra and will affect almost all the zodiac signs.