Tuesday, 24 November, 2020

South Africans Capture June’s Strawberry Moon in Creative Photos

Sandy Nunez | 21 November, 2020, 19:55

The Lunar Eclipse would be seen from Europe, Asia, Australia, Africa, South/East South America, Pacific, Atlantic, Indian Ocean, and Antarctica. There will have another penumbral lunar eclipse on November 30 and a total solar eclipse through the southern portions of Chile and Argentina on December 14 at the next eclipse season.

To find out when moonrise and moonset will occur in your area, the Old Farmer's Almanac has created an online tool where you can search your zip code and get a more precise time of when best to see Friday night's moon.

More than likely, the Full Moon on June 5, 2020, will appear the usual pearly-gray to most locations in North America.

Like any full moon, the moon can appear reddish-pink which is caused by atmospheric conditions on Earth or a partial lunar eclipse. Before going out and looking for a full moon in the skies today, it is important to first understand what a lunar eclipse is.

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Before understanding what a penumbral lunar eclipse is, TV Venkateshwar says it is important to know about two types of shadows.

That this Strawberry Moon will also have a pinkish hue thanks to the partial eclipse is pleasant serendipity! This time around, 57% of the moon will be covered by Earth's penumbra. During this phenomenon, only a part of the Sun is blocked from the view.

According to Hindustan Times, the chandra grahan will be visible tonight from 11.15 pm to 2.34 am (for a total of 3 hours and 18 minutes). However, if the sky is cloudy and the atmosphere polluted, the visibility will be in question.

The Annular Solar Eclipse will be taking place on June 21, Sunday. In India, the penumbral lunar eclipse will start at 11:15pm IST on June 5 and reach the maximum eclipse at 12:54am on June 6. "The rest of India will see a partial eclipse". The next one will be in May 2031. It's a rare sight: "Mercury is quite close to the sun, and hence is visible only on a few days in the year".