Lunar eclipse of November 2021 - Eclipse lunar de noviembre de 2021

Partial lunar eclipse
November 19, 2021
Previous Eclipse | Eclipse total | Saros
Posterior Eclipse | Eclipse total | Saros
Lunar eclipse chart close-2021Nov19.png
The Moon passing from right to left through the shadow of the Earth.
Saros 126 (46 of 72)
Duration ( h : min : s )
Penumbra 19:12:20
Contacts
P1 06:02:09 UTC
U1 07:18:41 UTC
Maximum 09:04:05 UTC
U4 10:47:04 UTC
P4 12:03:38 UTC

A lunar eclipse partial take place on November 19 of the 2021 , being the second of two lunar eclipses that year. The former will occur on May 26, 2021 . Is part of the series of saros 126. [ 1 ]

The next total eclipse will occur until May 16, 2022 .

Display

Map

The following map shows the regions from which it will be possible to view the eclipse. In gray, the areas that will not observe the eclipse; in white, those that will see it; and in celestial, the regions that will be able to 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 will be visible over North America , South America , the Pacific Ocean , and parts of Oceania , Asia .

References

  1. ^ "2021 May 26 chart" (PDF ) . Nasa GSFC . Retrieved June 7, 2020 .