First lunar eclipse of the year will be witnessed between Jan 10-11’s night
According to Pakistan Meteorological Department, the first lunar eclipse of the year 2020 will be witnessed between January 10-11’s night.
The lunar eclipse will be visible in Pakistan and as well as in different parts of the world, like Asia, Europe, Australia and Africa.
The night between January 10 and 11 will be partially cloudy, said MET.
As per details, the eclipse will start at 10:08 pm and will become a full eclipse at 10:12 pm. At 02:12 am, the eclipse will come to an end and the moon will emerge from the shadow of the earth.
There will be four lunar eclipses through the year 2020, and the other three will occur on June 5, July 5 and November 30.