Total Lunar Eclipse

by Dominic Ford, Editor
Total Lunar Eclipse

A total lunar eclipse. © John Buonomo, North Billerica, MA.

List of total lunar eclipses 1980 – 2059

Date Duration (partial) Duration (total)
Date Duration (partial) Duration (total)
1982 Jan 9 03h23m 01h17m
1982 Jul 6 03h55m 01h45m
1982 Dec 30 03h15m 01h00m
1985 May 4 03h18m 01h07m
1985 Oct 28 03h34m 00h43m
1986 Apr 24 03h18m 01h03m
1986 Oct 17 03h36m 01h13m
1989 Feb 20 03h43m 01h18m
1989 Aug 17 03h34m 01h35m
1990 Feb 9 03h24m 00h42m
1992 Dec 9 03h28m 01h13m
1993 Jun 4 03h37m 01h35m
1993 Nov 29 03h30m 00h46m
1996 Apr 4 03h37m 01h25m
1996 Sep 27 03h23m 01h09m
1997 Sep 16 03h16m 01h01m
2000 Jan 21 03h23m 01h17m
2000 Jul 16 03h56m 01h46m
2001 Jan 9 03h16m 01h01m
2003 May 16 03h13m 00h51m
2003 Nov 9 03h31m 00h22m
2004 May 4 03h23m 01h15m
2004 Oct 28 03h38m 01h20m
2007 Mar 3 03h41m 01h13m
2007 Aug 28 03h32m 01h30m
2008 Feb 21 03h25m 00h49m
2010 Dec 21 03h28m 01h12m
2011 Jun 15 03h39m 01h40m
2011 Dec 10 03h32m 00h51m
2014 Apr 15 03h34m 01h17m
2014 Oct 8 03h19m 00h58m
2015 Apr 4 03h29m 00h04m
2015 Sep 28 03h19m 01h11m
2018 Jan 31 03h22m 01h16m
2018 Jul 27 03h54m 01h43m
2019 Jan 21 03h16m 01h02m
2021 May 26 03h07m 00h14m
2022 May 16 03h27m 01h24m
2022 Nov 8 03h39m 01h25m
2025 Mar 14 03h38m 01h05m
2025 Sep 7 03h29m 01h22m
2026 Mar 3 03h27m 00h58m
2028 Dec 31 03h28m 01h11m
2029 Jun 26 03h39m 01h41m
2029 Dec 20 03h33m 00h53m
2032 Apr 25 03h31m 01h05m
2032 Oct 18 03h15m 00h47m
2033 Apr 14 03h35m 00h49m
2033 Oct 8 03h22m 01h18m
2036 Feb 11 03h21m 01h14m
2036 Aug 7 03h51m 01h35m
2037 Jan 31 03h17m 01h03m
2040 May 26 03h30m 01h32m
2040 Nov 18 03h40m 01h27m
2043 Mar 25 03h34m 00h53m
2043 Sep 19 03h26m 01h11m
2044 Mar 13 03h29m 01h06m
2044 Sep 7 03h26m 00h33m
2047 Jan 12 03h28m 01h10m
2047 Jul 7 03h38m 01h40m
2048 Jan 1 03h34m 00h55m
2050 May 6 03h26m 00h43m
2050 Oct 30 03h12m 00h34m
2051 Apr 26 03h40m 01h09m
2051 Oct 19 03h24m 01h23m
2054 Feb 22 03h20m 01h12m
2054 Aug 18 03h46m 01h22m
2055 Feb 11 03h18m 01h06m
2058 Jun 6 03h33m 01h37m
2058 Nov 30 03h40m 01h29m

Source

These eclipse predictions were computed by the author based on the DE405 planetary ephemeris computed by the Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL). The position of the Sun, Earth and Moon were extracted from the DE405 files using EphemerisCompute, which was written by the author and is freely available for download.

They assume that the Earth and Moon are both ellipsoids with fixed polar and equatorial radii, and do not take into account the irregular topography of either body. All eclipse predictions are made at sea level. In practice, this means that the predictions presented here are inaccurate by at most of few seconds.

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