Sky-gazers from across the world observed a full moon and a limited (Chand Grahan: Dusk Lunar Eclipse) today. People from South/West Europe, much of Africa, North America, South America, Pacific, Atlantic, Indian Ocean, and Antarctica were able to view the dusk lunar eclipse. However, lunar eclipse on July 5 was not visible in Pakistan. Check highlights below:
(Chand Grahan: Dusk Lunar Eclipse) ended at 11:22:21 IST today. The total time of this eclipse was around 2 hours, 45 minutes. Many people were not able to observe the eclipse on July 5. However, some sky-gazers captured beautiful views of this astronomical event through lenses. The last lunar eclipse of this year will occur on November 30, 2020.
Many people find difficult to observe the lunar eclipse also know as ‘Buck’s Moon’.
Many sky-gazers are disappointed because of the difficulty to see lunar eclipse. However, some were able to captured beautiful views of this astronomical event through lenses.
Buck Moon and Fire Works:
The dusk lunar eclipse will peak at 9:59:51 IST. At the peak of the eclipse, half of the moon will take a darker shade. It’s the time when this astronomical event will be most visible for people who are trying to observe it.
Therefore dusk lunar eclipse, and other astronomical events are streamed on popular YouTube channels. You can watch on Slooh and the website Virtual Telescope. If you live in one of the regions where this lunar eclipse will be visible, you will be able to watch it without any special equipment.
On November 30 the next and the last Lunar Eclipse of the year 2020 will occur. It will be a dusk lunar eclipse and residents of North and South America, Australia, and parts of Asia might see a darker Full Moon during the maximum phase of this eclipse.