Lunar Eclipse 2020: So Amazing Is The Coincidence Of Lunar Eclipse, Will Be Seen In These Places

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New Delhi: Guru Purnima festival is celebrated on the full moon day in the month of Ashadh. This year, a lunar eclipse is also being observed on Guru Purnima (July 5). The third lunar eclipse of the year (Lunar Eclipse 2020) is a wonderful coincidence on the full moon day of Ashada. This is the third coincidence of the lunar eclipse on the full moon day. Earlier it was made in 2019 and 2018.

Apart from this, the coincidence of the third eclipse within 30 days has occurred after about 50 years. After the lunar eclipse (Lunar Eclipse 2020) on 5 July and the solar eclipse on 21 June, the lunar eclipse is happening again on 5 July. The lunar eclipse that will take place on July 5 will be a lunar eclipse. According to Indian time, it would start at 8.38 am and end at 11:21.

Know where the lunar eclipse will be seen

Lunar eclipses can be seen in some places in South Asia, America, Europe and Australia. The lunar eclipse will be seen in North America, South America and Africa for the longest time. Apart from this, the lunar eclipse will also be seen in South-Western Europe and the Indian Ocean region. This lunar eclipse will not be seen in India.

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