On January 10, 2020, there will be a very small Lunar Eclipse. It will be visible in all of the Eastern Hemisphere, including Europe, Asia, Africa, and Australia. It will also be visible in Alaska, Greenland, the northern parts of Canada, and the westernmost tip of Brazil.
This will be a very small Appulse Lunar Eclipse, and it will be barely visible even at its maximum.
Chart Analysis for the Lunar Eclipse of January 10, 2020
In many ways, this chart looks similar to its paired eclipse, the Solar Eclipse of December 25, 2019. There is still a big build-up of planets in the sign of Capricorn. Saturn has moved into the same degree as Pluto, and the conjunction between these planets will be exact on January 12, 2020.
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