Third Chand Grahan in Pakistan 2020 to be on July 5

The third lunar eclipse, chand grahan in Pakistan 2020 will take place on July 5, it will also be a penumbral lunar eclipse, and will be in daytime.

Another lunar eclipse or chand grahan is almost here in the month of July, and it is the third lunar eclipse of 2020 in Pakistan out of four. It will not be visible in Pakistan, India, and a number of countries because there will be a daytime when the eclipse will happen.

However, it will be visible in South/West Europe, Much of Africa, Much of North America, South America, Pacific, Atlantic, Indian Ocean and Antarctica.

Get ready to witness the lunar eclipse 2020 in Pakistan on July 5. There is good news for the skygazers, a penumbral lunar eclipse, chandra grahan 2020 that will take place on July 5 and it will last for almost two hours thirty-five minutes.

This time the chandra grahan 2020 will be a partial penumbral eclipse, just like the other two lunar eclipses happened this year, meaning the Moon will move over the faint, outer part of Earth’s shadow called the penumbra. This type of penumbral eclipse is often considered as a normal full Moon.

What is Penumbral lunar eclipse?

The penumbral lunar eclipse will take place when the sun, Earth, and the moon are erroneously reached, during this phase the earth blocks some of the sun’s light from directly attainment the Moon’s surface and covers all or part of the moon with the outer part of its shadow, also known as the penumbra.

Visibility of Second Lunar Eclipse 2020:

The third chand grahan in Pakistan 2020 to occur on July 5. It will be visible in South/West Europe, Much of Africa, Much of North America, South America, Pacific, Atlantic, Indian Ocean and Antarctica.

Unfortunately, the people of Pakistan and India will not be able to watch the 5th July lunar eclipse because it would a daytime here.

Chand Grahan 2020 in Pakistan timing?

The third lunar eclipse 2020 in Pakistan to occur on 5th July and it will be of the penumbral eclipse. It will begin at 08:07 AM in Lahore and will end at 10:45 AM. The maximum eclipse will be visible on 09:29 am. As per the timings of the lunar eclipse 2020, the entire phenomenon will last for nearly 2 hours and 45 minutes.

Total duration third lunar eclipse 2020 in India:

As per the information, the 5th July Lunar eclipse 2020  in India is expected to take place around 08.38 am to 11:21 am Indian Standard Time (IST). During the eclipse, 90% of the moon’s surface will be partially covered by the Earth with only the external part of the shadow appearing.

The full experience, from the start of the lunar eclipse to the end, will last for almost 2 hours 43 minutes in India.

Do you required lunar eclipse glasses?

No, there is no need to use special kinds of eclipse glasses to watch the chand grahan. People can watch it naked eyes there will be completely no risk to your eyesight.

However, for the clear view you can use binoculars or a small telescope on the lunar surface.

This time the chand grahan in Pakistan 2020 will be in daytime and also to be a penumbral lunar eclipse which may be hard to spot.

Though, You can watch the live streaming of the chand grahan 2020 on the Youtube channels.

How many eclipses are there in 2020?

In 2020, there will be six eclipses, 2 solar eclipses and 4 lunar eclipses. The last penumbral lunar eclipse of the year 2020 will take place on 30th November.

On the other hand, the last solar eclipse 2020 in Pakistan will on 14th December.

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