Several parts of India will witness the first Lunar Eclipse — also known as ‘Chandra Grahan’ — of the year 2020 on January 10. On this day, the Sun, Earth and Moon align itself in a perfect line for around 4 hours. The celestial phenomena will start on January 10, 10:32PM and will end on January 11, 2:42AM, Indian Standard Time (IST). This time the Lunar Eclipse will be visible from the major cities in the country, including Kolkata and New Delhi. Also, NASA has coined the term ‘Wolf Moon Eclipse’ for this event.
While professional photographers may have already started prepping their camera equipment to capture this celestial event, most of us rely on the capabilities of our smartphone. Wonder how you can capture this event using your smartphone? Here are 15 tips you need to know to click Lunar Eclipse photos from your smartphone.