Chandra Grahan 2020 Timings: See pictures, videos of last lunar eclipse of the year here – more lifestyle

Chandra Grahan or the ultimate penumbral lunar eclipse of 2020, often known as the Beaver Moon, can be seen immediately on Monday, 30 November. The eclipse will begin at 1:04 PM IST and finish at round 5:22 PM IST in response to timeanddate.com. However, these wishing to see the eclipse in India can be unable to take action on account of the moon being under the horizon, nonetheless one can at all times watch it on-line through stay streams. A penumbral lunar eclipse happens when the solar, Earth, and the moon are aligned in an imperfect method that the Earth solely partially blocks the solar’s mild from attain the “moon’s surface and covers all or part of the moon with the outer part of its shadow, also known as the penumbra”, in response to timeanddate.com. This lunar eclipse is the last of the 4 lunar eclipses seen this year. Here are unseen pictures and particulars about the Beaver Moon:

NASA (National Aeronautics and Space Administration), America’s Space Agency took to their Twitter to put up about the Beaver Moon Eclipse, writing, “In the wee hours of the morning on Nov. 30, our favorite celestial neighbor will be shining bright for you! This full Moon, known as the Beaver Moon, will reach its peak at 4:30am ET. …”

 

Lunar Eclipse date – November 30, 2020

First Contact with the Penumbra – 01:04 PM

 

Maximum of Lunar Eclipse – 03:13 PM

Last Contact with the Penumbra – 05:22 PM

 

Duration of Penumbral Phase – 04 Hours 18 Minutes 11 Seconds

Magnitude of Penumbral Lunar Eclipse – 0.82

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