Re: Moon eclipse
- From: Steve VanDevender <stevev@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 05 Mar 2007 14:28:32 -0800
Davide Bianchi <davideyeahsure@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> writes:
On 2007-03-05, Jeremy Worrells <worrells@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Beautiful. Being a resident of the western US, I was not able to
appreciate the eclipse.
I think the next one is in August and is supposed to be visible from your
side of the world too.
Indeed, and also s/too/instead/.
28 August 2007 (times UTC):
Moon enters penumbra 07:55
Moon enters umbra 08:52
Totality begins 09:53
Totality ends 11:23
Moon exits umbra 12:23
Moon exits penumbra 13:20
(times obtained with XEphem 3.7.2, eyeballed from the Moon View window
so accuracy is about +/- 1 minute)
Observers on the west coast of the U.S. will be able to see all of
totality. Europeans will be facing away from the event, unfortunately.
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