Lunar eclipses: What are they & when is the next one?
Below, you'll find the science and history of lunar eclipses, learn how they work, and see a list of the next ones on tap. This will be the first of four penumbral lunar eclipses in 2020. Image 2 of 4 (Image credit: Fred Espenak/NASA) Penumbral Lunar Eclipse of June 5, 2020 The moon will again take on a slight saturation during the penumbral lunar eclipse of June, 5 2020. Image 4 of 4 (Image credit: Fred Espenak/NASA) Penumbral Lunar Eclipse of Nov. 30, 2020 The moon will have a tea-stained appearance across most of its face during the final penumbral lunar eclipse of 2020. According to NASA, two to four solar eclipses occur each year, while lunar eclipses are less frequent.space.com