China's lunar rover travels about 463 meters on moon's far side

Rodiano Bonacci
Giugno 29, 2020

As the eclipse takes place, the penumbra will cause a shadow to fall on the surface of the moon, meaning an area of it may go dark.

Yep. There will be a partial lunar eclipse on July 05 2020.

Royal Museums Greenwich explains: "A penumbral lunar eclipse occurs when the Moon travels only through the outer, fainter part of the Earth's shadow, or "penumbra".

Lunar Eclipse 2020: Will it be visible in India? This astronomical event happens when the moon passes from behind the earth's orbit, allowing the sun's rays to illuminate as it passes through.

This cosmic event is of three kinds: total, partial, and penumbral.

Lunar Eclipse 2020: What happens during a penumbral lunar eclipse?

China's lunar rover Yutu-2, or Jade Rabbit-2, has moved 463.26 meters on the far side of the moon to conduct scientific exploration of the virgin territory. The penumbral lunar eclipse is also taken as the regular full moon sometimes as the shadow falling on the moon's surface is obscure, the moon appears to be in full shape.

What is the Buck Moon?

The country is also planning to bring back Chang'e-5 probe to the Earth along with the lunar samples.

This lunar eclipse is known as "full buck moon" for a peculiar reason. According to Time And Date, the lunar eclipse will be visible from parts of North America, South America, Africa. As per an IE report, the eclipse falling on July 5 will unveil at 8:37 AM in the morning, reach maximum eclipse at 9:59 AM before completely vanishing by 11:22 AM. American and European farming communities have often named moons.

The full Moon of July traditionally is known as the Full Buck Moon because it coincides with the time of year when male white-tailed deer are in full-on antler growth.

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