Get Ready Because There Will Be Both A Solar and Lunar Eclipse In June

There’s plenty more in store for all sky watchers, starting with a partial Penumbral Lunar Eclipse on June 5 and 6 and an Annular Solar Eclipse on June 21.

Solar and Lunar Eclipse In June 2020

The year 2020 is astounding for all the space lovers. This year is full of exciting space events. We are not even at the half of the month and get to see the 3 Super Moon in a row, starting with the March’s Full Worm Moon and April’s Full Pink Moon. We are continued with Penumbra Lunar eclipse on 6 and 5 of June and an Annular Solar eclipse on June 21.

The year 2020 will have six eclipses in total, 4 Lunar Eclipse, and 2 Solar Eclipse. But there will be a difference in the pattern of both the Eclipse. The Lunar Eclipse will be Partial, and the Solar eclipses will be Annular.

What is Lunar Eclipse?

Lunar eclipses occur while Earth’s shadow blocks the Solar’s mild, which otherwise reflects off the moon. There are three types total, partial and penumbral with the most dramatic being a total Lunar eclipse, wherein Earth’s shadow completely covers the moon.

What is the Solar Eclipse?

A solar eclipse takes place while the moon gets between the Earth and the Sub, and the moon casts a shadow over Earth. A solar eclipse can most effectively take area on the phase of the new moon when the moon passes at once among the sun and Earth, and its shadows fall upon Earth’s floor. However, whether the alignment produces a total solar eclipse, a partial solar eclipse, or an annular solar eclipse depends on several factors.

Let’s know about the timings of both Eclipses of June 2020

Timing and Duration of Penumbral Lunar Eclipse 2020

On June 5 at 11:15 pm, the Penumbral Lunar Eclipse begins. 

On June 6 at 12:54 am the Penumbral Lunar Eclipse was at its maximum.

On June 6 at 2:34 am, the Penumbral Lunar Eclipse ends.

This Penumbral Lunar eclipse total duration on June 5 was approximately 3 hours and 18 minutes.

Timing and Duration of Annular Solar Eclipse 2020

The Annular Solar Eclipse will be visible on June 21, and it will be visible on various countries across the globe. It will be visible in countries like Northern India, China, Central African Republic, Congo, Ethiopia, and the south of Pakistan.

On June 21 at 9:15 am Partial Eclipse begins

On June 21 at 10:17 am Full Eclipse begins

On June 21 at 12:10 pm Maximum Eclipses

On June 21 at 2:02 pm Full Eclipse ends

On June 21 at 3:04 pm Partial Eclipse ends

Check the date and time for your city or area.

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