Last lunar eclipse of 2020: The last lunar eclipse of the year 2020 is going to happen on the last of November, that is 30 November. This lunar eclipse will be eclipsed (Upachhaya). This will be the fourth lunar eclipse of the year. Earlier in the year 2020, lunar eclipse was seen on 10 January, 5 June and 5 July.
This time, this lunar eclipse is considered very special. Actually, this day is also Kartik Purnima. Karthik bath will end on this day. Apart from this, the 551st birthday of the founder of Sikhism, Guru Nanak, will also be celebrated on this day. Let me tell you, there will be a lunar eclipse on 30 November. Kartik Purnima is also on this day and it is Monday.
Eclipse Start – 30 November 1 1 4 PM
Eclipse Medieval – 30 November 3 3 13 PM
Eclipse ended – November 30 evening 5 past 22 minutes
How many lunar eclipses occurred in the year 2020
First lunar eclipse – 10 January
Second lunar eclipse – 5 June
Third lunar eclipse – 5 July
Fourth lunar eclipse – falling on 30 November
What is the occult lunar eclipse
Apart from a full and partial eclipse, there is also a sublime eclipse. The eclipse lunar eclipse is said to be such a situation when the shadow of the earth does not fall on the moon, only its shadow. In it, a misty shadow is seen on the moon. In this event, the image of the moon appears tarnished by entering the Earth’s shadow. Whenever a lunar eclipse begins, the moon enters the shadow of the earth before the eclipse, which causes its image to dim slightly and the effect of the moon is dampened. Which is called the subsoil. On this day, the Moon will not enter the actual orbit of the Earth, so it will not be called an eclipse.
Lunar eclipse effect
Astrologers say that this is going to be the last lunar eclipse of the year. This will affect Taurus and Rohini constellation. It can also have an effect on almost all the zodiac signs. There is a Sutak period of every eclipse, in which there is a law to chant the meditation and mantra of God. In this time of lunar eclipse, the Sutak period will not be valid as it is a ‘Upachhaya’ (Upachhaya).