Lunar Eclipse 2020: Chandra Grahan And Myths Around It

Chandra Grahan 2020: Lunar Eclipse on Sunday, July 5

New Delhi:

Lunar Eclipse or Chandra Grahan is on Sunday, July 5. it will likely be a penumbral lunar eclipse in the course of the day and so its unlikely that we will see it. The lunar eclipse additionally coincides with Guru Purnima on Sunday. The lunar eclipse or the Chandra Grahan will likely be clearly seen from components of North and South America, West Europe and components of Africa.

Chandra Grahan 2020 timings

In India, the eclipse will start at 8:37 am and go on until 11:22 am. The utmost eclipse will likely be round 9:59 am. The Chandra Grahan is predicted to final for two hours 45 minutes, based on timeanddate.com. 

Chandra Grahan has at all times been linked to myths amongst communities world wide. It has even instilled worry amongst many individuals. In olden instances, individuals thought-about eclipses as some sort of an aberration. 

Lunar eclipse and myths

Many individuals consider that one mustn’t eat or drink throughout eclipse. Persons are recognized to throw away meals after the eclipse because it causes indigestion. Many advise one mustn’t step out throughout eclipse. 

Scientists have dispelled all these claims. In response to specialists, the solar, moon, earth and different planets are shifting on a regular basis in our photo voltaic system and so there isn’t a must be scared or stall actions throughout eclipses. Specialists say individuals ought to eat and drink as they usually do. However it is extremely vital to not watch eclipse with bare eyes. One should use particular glasses to observe eclipse, significantly photo voltaic eclipse.

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