Lunar Eclipse

This Sunday there will be a penumbral lunar eclipse with a maximum at about 09:55 UT. Unfortunately, the UK is on the wrong side of the planet to see any of it, even though lasts over four hours in total. However, if you live in the Americas, Australasia, Japan, China or the eastern coast of Russia, you should be able to see it at moonrise or moonset. To make matters worse, the UK (and Europe/Africa) will also miss out on this October's partial lunar eclipse.

Posted in astro blog by Stuart on Thursday 21st Apr 2005 (16:52 UTC) | Permalink
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