The penumbral lunar eclipse of July 5 will take place in broad daylight from 8.37 am on July 5, and be most prominent at 9:59 am before ending at 11.22 am
Chandragrahan 2020 or the penumbral lunar eclipse would start from 11.15 pm and end at 2.34 am. The “strawberry moon eclipse” would be best visible from India at 12.54 am.
The Lunar Eclipse will start at 11:15 pm on June 5 and will remain till 2:34 am on June 6.
The second penumbral lunar eclipse of 2020 will start at 11.15 pm on June 5 and end at 2.34 am on June 6
Here's when and where you can watch it
The eclipse will begin at 10.37 pm on January 10 and will end around 2.42 am on January 11.