KARACHI: The Meteorological Department has said that this year’s first lunar eclipse 2020. It will take place between 10 and 11 January, with natural scenes to be seen in most countries of the world. Including Pakistan.
According to details, the meteorological department predicted. The eclipse of the year 2020 and said that. The first lunar eclipse of this year will be between 10 and 11 January. Which will last for about four hours.
According to the Meteorological Department. The eclipse will start at 10 am and 08 minutes. The full eclipse will start at 12 o’clock 10 minutes, while the eclipse will end at 2 o’clock at 12 o’clock, while it is possible to remain informed on the night of ten and eleven. Scenes can be seen in most countries of the world, including Pakistan.
According to the Meteorological Department, the first lunar eclipse of the year 2020 will be on January 10 and 11. While the second lunar eclipse will be between 5 and 6 June 2020, the first eclipse on June 21 in Pakistan.
In the year 2020.
There will be 2 lunar and 2 solar eclipses, the first lunar eclipse will be between 10 and 11 January and the second lunar eclipse between 5 and 6 June, while the first lunar eclipse will be on June 21, which will also be visible in Pakistan.
Remember that there were two lunar eclipses last year. Which was not seen in Pakistan on January 21. Astronomers named it Super Blood Wolf Moon while the second lunar eclipse took place on July 16 and 17. Was also seen in Pakistan.
It should be noted that the shadow of the earth during the rotation of the earth between the moon and the sun falls on the surface of the moon and the moon looks dark, this is called eclipse.