The third Penumbral Lunar Eclipse of the year 2020 will occur on July 5. It is the fourth eclipse of this year and will coincide with the full Buck moon. The Chandra Grahan 2020 will not be visible from India. It will be seen from some regions of North America, South America, Europe and parts of western Africa. According to the reports, the phenomenon is expected to begin at 8:37 AM and it will reach its maximum peak by 9:59 am. The total eclipse is expected to last for two hours, 43 minutes and 24 seconds on Sunday.