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Partial Lunar Eclipse – Friday 19th November - Fri 19th Nov 2021

Partial Lunar Eclipse – Friday 19th November

This partial lunar eclipse, the last lunar eclipse of 2021, is visible from North and South America, Australia, and parts of Europe and Asia.
It will be the longest partial lunar eclipse since the 15th century.

SYDNEY VIEWING DETAILS : 

Time Phase Event Direction Altitude
5:02 pm Fri, 19 Nov Not directly visible Penumbral Eclipse beginsBelow horizon Map direction East86°

-30.1°

6:18 pm Fri, 19 Nov Not directly visible Partial Eclipse beginsBelow horizon Map direction East-northeast76°

-15.1°

7:34 pm Fri, 19 Nov Rising MoonriseRising, but the combination of a very low moon and the total eclipse phase will make the moon so dim that it will be extremely difficult to view until moon gets higher in the sky or the total phase ends. Map direction East-northeast66°

-0.2°

8:02 pm Fri, 19 Nov
Maximum EclipseMoon is closest to the center of the shadow.
Moon close to horizon, so make sure you have free sight to East-northeast.
Map direction East-northeast62°

4.5°

9:47 pm Fri, 19 Nov
Partial Eclipse endsPartial moon eclipse ends. Map direction Northeast45°

21.2°

11:03 pm Fri, 19 Nov
Penumbral Eclipse endsThe Earth’s penumbra ends. Map direction North-northeast28°

30.4°

 

Latest Event - Great Sydney Total Solar Eclipse 2028

Start date: Sat 22nd Jul 2028    

Taken in Carbondale IL, USA during the Total Solar Eclipse of 2017
Canon 5D MK3 with Sigma 150-600mm lens and Baader AstroFilm solar filter.

Ok so this might be a little premature 10 years out from the event, but hey – why not get the hype machine rolling early right? There’s a lot of time to prepare and practice or at the very least, scratch a few days off your future calendar to come join us and the rest of Sydney for a total solar eclipse with a “greatest duration” of totality that passes right over the Bintel store in Glebe! Almost 4 glorious minutes of darkness await during totality. To check the map for your predicted time and proximity to totality check NASA’s website here.

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