The most prominent astronomical events in 2020 … among which is a phenomenon that occurs once every 20 years

The new year 2020 will witness a number of amazing and distinguished astronomical events, the most prominent of which are 3 cases of lunar eclipses, and two solar eclipses, along with numerous meteor showers, as well as a conjunction between Jupiter and Saturn.
According to what was reported by some newspapers, which reveal in its reports about the first eclipse of the sun this year, it will be on June 21, which is an annular eclipse in both the Sultanate of Oman, Yemen and minor parts of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, while it will be a partial eclipse in the UAE and the rest of the Arab countries.
As for the second eclipse, according to Odeh, it will be total, and it will happen on December 14th, and it will not be seen from the Arab region.
As for the cases of the lunar eclipse, the first according to Odeh will be partial on January 10, as it will lose 90 percent of the disk by the moon, but it will not be noticeable to people because it is a “semi-shadow” eclipse, while the second eclipse will be semi-shadow and also partial, and that On the fifth of next June, a rate of 58 percent will be lost from the moon, and the eclipse will be seen from the Arab region, with the eastern region being better.
As for the third eclipse, it will also be “semi-partial shadow”, on July 5, and it will lose 37% of the moon, and it will be seen from West Africa only, and it will not be noticeable in the naked eye due to the lack of what will be reduced from the moon disk 2020
 
The first meteors eruption in 2020, which is the “quadruple” relative to the old star group, “the quadruples of Morales”, culminated on Saturday (08:20 am GMT), while the second important meteor shower this year is the “meteor show” meteor shower, relative to Aquarius, The radiation point is located in Aquarius, and its climax will be on the fifth of May next (nine o’clock GMT GMT), and it is expected to see 50 meteors per hour, peak time when monitoring from an ideal and completely dark place, and the best areas this year to see the shower are the central regions South of Central and Western Asia, and this includes the most eastern regions of the world my Lord.
The last major shower this year will be “twins”, relative to the Twin Towers (Gemini), and the peak of the shower will be on December 14th (00:50 GMT), and it is expected to see 150 meteors per hour at peak time when observing, and the Arab region is Suitable for monitoring this humidity.
Among the exciting astronomical events that are characteristic during the new year, Jupiter’s association with Saturn will be on December 21st (01:22 noon GMT), as the pairing is simplified is the occurrence of two objects near each other as seen outwardly from Earth, knowing Jupiter’s association with Saturn takes place approximately every 20 years

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