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Lunar eclipse 2020 Timings: starts at 1.04 pm today, check all information here

A lunar eclipse is going to happen sometime from now. On November 30, 2020 (Monday), the lunar eclipse will start at 1: 4 in the afternoon and will end at 5: 22 in the evening. Today’s lunar eclipse will be the last of the four lunar eclipses of the year 2020. This time the lunar eclipse is a shadow lunar eclipse. It is called Penumbra. Therefore, this eclipse will not have a sutak period. It has no religious classical significance. For this reason no temples etc. are being closed.

Lunar Eclipse November 2020 Date and Time

– Moon eclipse date – 30 November 2020

-First contact with Penumbra – 01:04 pm

-When will the lunar eclipse be at its peak – 03:13 pm

-Last contact with Penumbra – 05:22 pm

-Penubral phase duration – 04 hours 18 minutes 11 seconds

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