Lunar eclipse of November 19, 2021

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November 30, 2021

The lunar eclipse of November 19, 2021 is a partial lunar eclipse. It takes place during a micro moon.

Particularity

With a magnitude of over 97%, the partial phase of contact with the Earth's shadow is remarkably long. At nearly 3 hours and 30 minutes, this partial lunar eclipse is the longest since 1440 and until 2669. This result should be put into perspective, because it concerns a partial eclipse. A total lunar eclipse like the one on November 8, 2022 will have a period of contact with the Earth's shadow of nearly 3 hours and 40 minutes.

Visibility

This eclipse is visible from Asia, Australia, Oceania, North America, and South America.

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Notes and references

See also

2021 in astronomy List of lunar eclipses List of lunar eclipses occurring in the 21st century (fr) Portal of Astronomy Portal of the Moon Portal of the 2020s

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