Chandra Grahan 2020 Date and Timing: The first lunar eclipse of the year (Lunar Eclipse 2020) is seen on 10 January. It will be a subchain lunar eclipse (Upchaya Chandra Grahan), which will be seen across India as well as in Africa, Asia, Europe and Australia. The duration of this lunar eclipse will be 4 hours 01 minutes in total.
Today is the first eclipse of the year. This eclipse, rather than a full eclipse, will be a latent lunar eclipse, which is much blurred with a full lunar eclipse. The duration of this lunar eclipse will be 4 hours 01 minutes in total. After this, three more lunar eclipses will occur in the year 2020, which will be on 5 June, 5 July and 30 November. The special thing is that all eclipses will be eclipsed eclipses. Let's know about the beginning of the lunar eclipse, the medieval period and the salvation period.
What is the time of lunar eclipse? (Chandra Grahan Timing)
The lunar eclipse that begins today will begin at 10.37 pm on the night and will continue till three thirty in the morning on the next date i.e. January 11. Apart from India, this eclipse can also be seen in Europe, Asia, Africa and Australia continents.
Special features of this lunar eclipse
The lunar eclipse this time will be a lunar eclipse. The lunar eclipse practiced in the scriptures is not considered as an eclipse. Therefore, today, festivals and festivals of full moon date can be celebrated. Moon will be in Gemini in this eclipse, constellation Poornavasu will be there. People of Gemini will need to be careful during the lunar eclipse. People of Poornavasu Nakshatra may also have to face unnecessary problems.
Will there be a thread on this lunar eclipse? (Sutak)
According to astrology scriptures, the lunar eclipse is not kept in the category of eclipse and that is why, like other eclipses, this lunar eclipse will not take the Sutak period. Due to the absence of sutak period, neither the doors of temples will be closed today nor will the worshiping be prohibited. So on this day you can do all the work like a normal day.
What are the precautions and rules of this eclipse?
This eclipse is the eclipse of the moon. This will not be seen normally. There will be only shadow position on the moon. In this, the moon will not be seen normally, therefore no rules of sutak will apply to anyone. Worshiping the full moon can also be worshiped through the law.
What is Chandra Grahan?
When the Earth comes between the Sun and the Moon, the entire light of the Sun does not fall on the Moon. This is called lunar eclipse. Lunar eclipse occurs when the Sun, Earth and Moon are in a simple line. The lunar eclipse always occurs on the full moon night. A lunar eclipse occurs only when the moon passes through the shadow of the earth maximum three times in a year. Like solar eclipse, lunar eclipse can be partial and complete.
Why does a lunar eclipse occur? (What Causes Chandra Grahan)
The simple answer to this is that the arrival of the moon in the earth's gorge. In that case the Sun is on one side, the Moon on the other side and the Earth in the middle. A lunar eclipse occurs when the moon comes out of the Earth's shadow.
Does lunar eclipse fall on full moon day? (Chandra Grahan on Full moon)
The lunar eclipse falls on the full moon day, but not every full moon has a lunar eclipse. The reason for this is that the Moon's orbit is bent on the Earth's orbit. This inclination is about 5 degrees so each time the moon does not enter the Earth's shadow. It escapes from the top or bottom. The same is true for solar eclipse. Solar eclipses are always on the new moon day because the size of the moon is about 4 times less than the size of the earth. Its shadow is of small size on the earth, so in the state of perfection, solar eclipse can be seen only from a small part of the earth. But in the event of lunar eclipse, the Earth's shadow is much larger than that of the Moon. So it takes more time for the moon to pass through it.