Last Lunar Eclipse Of 2020 On November 30

The last lunar eclipse of this year will take place on November 30th. This year will be the fourth lunar eclipse of the year. The year 2020 was preceded by lunar eclipses on January 10, June 5 and July 5. This time the eclipse will be special. This day is Kartik Purnima and also Guru Nanak Dev's 551st birthday will be celebrated. The eclipse will last about 4 hours and 21 minutes, according to astronomers.



  • Last lunar eclipse of the year
  • The fourth lunar eclipse will take place on November 30
  • Eclipse of about 4 hours 21 minutes
A lunar eclipse will appear anywhere in the world
The effect of this lunar eclipse will not be seen in India. It will be found in most of Europe, some countries in Asia, Australia, North America, South America and the Atlantic. This lunar eclipse can be seen in some parts of India. As some people in the eastern part of the country will be able to see it, the eclipse can be seen even if the sky is clear in cities like Lucknow, Patna and Ranchi. People in the southern part of the country, including Delhi and Mumbai, will not be able to see this lunar eclipse.

When will the lunar eclipse appear
It will start at 1.04pm on November 30 and end at 5.22pm.

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What is a lunar eclipse
The orbit of the sun comes between the earth, the moon and the sun in this way while the moon is hidden from the shadow of the earth. Then a lunar eclipse occurs. But when the sun, the earth and the moon go straight into their orbits. On the day of the full moon when the earth comes between the sun and the moon so the shadow falls on the moon. This leaves part of the shadow in the dark. If you look at the moon from the earth in this position, this part looks black. This is called a lunar eclipse. When the earth completely blocks the sun's rays and it is called a complete lunar eclipse. When the lunar eclipse is only partially hidden, it is called a partial lunar eclipse.

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