New Delhi, June 05, 2020. The second lunar eclipse also known as Chandra Grahan is set to appear on June 5. The skygazers will be able to view the phenomenon in most parts of Asia, Europe, Africa, Australia, South America, Pacific, Indian Ocean and Antartica.

A lunar eclipse occurs when Earth places itself between the Sun and the moon. Astronomers across the world have termed Friday’s lunar eclipse as ‘Strawberry Moon Eclipse’.

The Chandra Grahan will begin at 11:15 PM on June 5 and it will end at 2:34 AM on June 6. The entire phenomenon will last for approximately 3 hours and 19 minutes.

As the whole phenomenon of Chandra Grahan will last for approximately, the best time for the skygazers to catch the glimpse of the lunar eclipse will be at 12:54 am.

According to the astronomers, no special glasses are required to watch Chandra Grahan and it is totally safe to watch with naked eyes.

In the case of a partial lunar eclipse, though the phenomenon can be watched with naked eyes, it is however recommended to use binoculars or telescopes to see a lunar eclipse.