Total lunar eclipse |
May 26, 2021
|Previous||Eclipse | Eclipse total | Saros|
|Posterior||Eclipse | Eclipse total | Saros|
The Moon passing from right to left through the shadow of the Earth.
|Saros||121 (56 of 84)|
|Duration ( h : min : s )|
A lunar eclipse all occurred on May 26 of the 2021 , the first of the two eclipses [ 1 ] lunar 2021 and being the only total lunar eclipse of 2021 . The next one will be on November 19 , 2021, being a partial eclipse; and the next total eclipse will not occur until May 16, 2022 .
The following map shows the regions from which it was possible to see the eclipse. In dark gray, the areas that did not observe the eclipse; in white, those who did see it; and in light gray, the regions that could see the eclipse during the rising or setting of the moon.
Perspective of the Moon
This simulation shows the perspective from the Moon at the peak of the eclipse. The phenomenon was visible over the Pacific Ocean , Oceania , Asia, and parts of North America .
Minneapolis, Minnesota, 10:19 UTC
La Laguna , Philippines, 11:15 UTC
Tarlac, Filipinas, 11:32 UTC
Kediri , Indonesia, 11:54 UTC
- http://eclipse.gsfc.nasa.gov/LEplot/LEplot2001/LE2021May26T.pdf (in English) , Author: NASA