Every year, our planet Earth is capable of experiencing four (4) to seven (7) eclipses.
But this year 2020, we will experience only six (6) of them: four (4) lunar and two (2) solar eclipses.
We have already witnessed a penumbra lunar eclipse earlier this year on January 10.
This June month alone, we will experience two (2) of them, each of solar and lunar.
The lunar eclipse will occur on June 5th and the solar eclipse, on 21st.
Lunar eclipse occurs when Earth comes between the sun and the moon and its shadow falls on the moon.
There are three (3) different kinds of Lunar eclipse:
The Penumbra lunar eclipse.