The first lunar eclipse of 2020 will be visible on January 10, and it can also be viewed from India. According to NASA’s lunar eclipse chart, the total event will be visible for around 4 hours. It is also called “Wolf Moon Eclipse.” India just witnessed the last solar eclipse of 2019 on December 26.
Reportedly, 2020 will have four penumbral eclipses. There is no total or partial lunar eclipse this year, according to NASA’s data. In 2019, there was a total lunar eclipse and a partial lunar eclipse.