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Lunar eclipse, June 5, 2020: From when to when, where astrology will be seen

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The lunar eclipse is on 5 June 2020. This lunar eclipse is the second lunar eclipse of the year 2020, before it was eclipsed in the month of January. The lunar eclipse on June 5 will be somewhat different from the common lunar eclipse. Let’s know some special things of this eclipse.

According to the Hindu calendar, lunar eclipse will be held on the full moon date of Jyeshtha month. This lunar eclipse will be a shadow eclipse. The eclipse will start from 11:16 on the night of June 5, which will be at 2.34 pm the next night. At the time of eclipse, the Moon will travel in Scorpio.

The second lunar eclipse of the year 2020 will take place on the full moon day of Jyeshtha month.

The lunar eclipse on 5 June will be called the shadow lunar eclipse. In astrology, this eclipse will be completely different from the common lunar eclipse. In astrology, this event is not considered to be an eclipse, hence the impact of sutak will not be there. Since there is no Sutak period, no restriction of any kind will be placed in it, including worship and worship.In astrology the shadow is excluded from the realm of eclipse, so the Sutak period will not be valid in this eclipse. Whenever a lunar eclipse occurs, the moon enters the shadow of the earth before it. In the process of lunar eclipse, it is called Chandra Malinya and penumbra. There is no full lunar eclipse in the shadow, in which the moon appears only dim, for this reason it is also called lunar malinya. Because of this, this astronomical event is called the shadow lunar eclipse instead of lunar eclipse.

The lunar eclipse on June 5 will be visible in most of Europe. Apart from this, it will also be seen in India including Asia, Australia, Africa, South America. {Mainly India, Europe, Africa, Asia and Australia}

Time: 11 o’clock at night 16 minutes June 6 at 2.34 pm.

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