The first lunar eclipse of the decade is going to happen on 10 January 2020. People from every nook and corner in India will see the lunar eclipse. Along with India, maximum portions of Asia, Europe, Africa and Australia will experience the magical moment.
The lunar eclipse will last for 4 hours and 5 minutes. The shadow of the earth will cover almost 90% of the moon and the moon will look comparatively pale on the day. After 10 January, we will again see the lunar eclipse on 5 June, 5 July and 30 November in 2020.
The lunar eclipse in India will start right at 10:37 PM on 10 January, Friday and ends at 02:42 AM on 11 January, Saturday.
|Event||UTC Time||Time in Kolkata||Visible in Kolkata|
|Penumbral Eclipse begins||10 Jan, 17:07:44||10 Jan, 22:37:44||Yes|
|Maximum Eclipse||10 Jan, 19:10:02||11 Jan, 00:40:02||Yes|
|Penumbral Eclipse ends||10 Jan, 21:12:19||11 Jan, 02:42:19||Yes|
Unlike a solar eclipse, you can see the lunar eclipse with your naked eyes. You need not have any special provisions to experience it.
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