The first celestial event of 2020, namely penumbral Lunar Eclipse (also known as Chandra Grahan) will occur tonight at 10.37 pm. The lunar eclipse which will begin on 10th January will end at 2:42 am on January 11. The grahan will be visible in Asia, Africa, Europe and Australia, and some parts of America.
The eclipse on Friday will occur when the moon will move into Earth’s penumbra or outer shadow. This causes the moon to look darker than normal. The event, however, can only be noticed if you have an eye that grasps the slightest of details. According to a National Geographic explainer. “The moon will appear just slightly darker than normal.”
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