Lunar Eclipse (Chandra Grahan) 2020 India Timings: January 10, was the first lunar eclipse of 2020. The lunar eclipse or Chandra Grahan lasted for about four hours and five minutes and was visible from India as well alongside few other countries. It should be noted that this is a penumbral lunar eclipse and not total.
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In India, the penumbral lunar eclipse began at 10:37 pm on January 10, 2020, while it continued till 2:42 am on January 11.
Apart from India, it could also be seen from Europe, Asia, Australia, Africa, Pacific, Atlantic, Indian Ocean, Arctic region, North America and the eastern part of South America. Those interested in watching the celestial event should note that the lunar eclipse can be seen with naked eyes as no special equipment is needed. For those unaware, a lunar eclipse happens when the Sun, the Earth, and the Moon are aligned in a line and the Earth is between the Sun and the Moon blocking the sunlight from reaching the Moon.