The visibility of upcoming Lunar Eclipse in India depends upon how much of the Moon remains visible during the daytime and for how long, implying that the lunar phenomenon will not be a photographic interest for most, if not all.
This Saturday night, the full moon will pass through part of the Earth's shadow, causing a lunar eclipse.
"The penumbra causes only a slight darkening of the Moon's surface, with the Moon still exposed to some direct sunlight, so this type of eclipse is easy to miss", Royal Museums Greenwich adds. For this eclipse, only a small portion of the moon will cross into the penumbra, making it harder to see.
July's full moon, known as the Buck Moon, will rise on Saturday evening and end with a partial lunar eclipse.
The Independence Day lunar eclipse is the first of 3 astronomy events to look forward to in July.
The next full moon, known as the Sturgeon Moon, is expected to take place on August 3. "Then again... very observant people will notice something odd happening on the moon, even while not knowing an eclipse is taking place".
In mid-July, both Jupiter and Saturn will reach peak brightness for 2020, providing the best chance to see the planets with or without a telescope.
Folks across the western USA are expected to enjoy the best viewing conditions on Saturday night for watching the lunar eclipse and any firework displays.
The eclipse will not be visible in the northernmost regions of Canada and all of Alaska.
The next total lunar eclipse is set to take place on May 26, 2021, and, similar to the eclipse in November, it will be visible over most of the Americas, Australia and eastern Asia.