There will be a Penumbral Lunar Eclipse that will be visible in the early morning of June 6, 2020 in the Philippines, Africa, Australia and Central and Southern Asia.The moon will enter around 57% into Earth’s penumbral shadow at around 1:46 a.m PST (Philippines Standard Time) with an altitude of 44 deg and azimuth of 217 deg SW. Greatest eclipse will occur at around 3:25 a.m. with an altitude of 26deg and azimuth of 236 deg SW. During this time, the southern part of the Moon will show a slight tint of shading only. Penumbral eclipse will exit at around 5:04 a.m. with 6 deg altitude and azimuth of 245 deg SW. This eclipse will last for 3 hours, 18 minutes and 13 seconds. Eclipse Timings as well as Image Diagram are courtesy of Fred Espenak and Eclipse 2.0 respectively.