Total Lunar Eclipse 15 Apr 2014

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razaka candra 2014-04-21 10:40:23
I can't see the eclipse from Jakarta, because it's got end of the contact
(17.38WIB/10.38 GMT) But i still can saw the eclipse because i was trip to
Bali. Great Eclipse! And, +Kurdistan Planetarium please release the Annular
Eclipse video for next tuesday with the "Time Between us"(Ryan Farish)
music please! :D
AJTLfilms 2014-04-18 03:29:49
Make a video showing images of this eclipse
MAS Smith 2014-04-15 00:18:21
Total Lunar Eclipse 15 Apr 2014
Geralden Palaylay 2014-04-15 00:06:38
Total Lunar Eclipse 15 Apr 2014
Mihai Rotariu 2014-04-14 23:39:49
Total Lunar Eclipse 15 Apr 2014
Wayne Arndt 2014-04-14 17:57:40
Total Lunar Eclipse 15 April 2014

The eclipse occurs at the lunar orbit's ascending node in Virgo. The
apparent diameter of the Moon is close to its average since the eclipse
occurs nearly midway between apogee (April 08 at 14:53 UT) and perigee
(April 23 at 00:28 UT). This is the first of four consecutive total lunar
eclipses in 2014 and 2015.

The Moon's orbital trajectory takes it through the southern half of Earth's
umbral shadow. Although the eclipse is not central, the total phase still
lasts 78 minutes.

The times of the major eclipse phases are listed below.
Penumbral Eclipse Begins: 04:53:37 UT
Partial Eclipse Begins: 05:58:19 UT
Total Eclipse Begins: 07:06:47 UT
Greatest Eclipse: 07:45:40 UT
Total Eclipse Ends: 08:24:35 UT
Partial Eclipse Ends: 09:33:04 UT
Penumbral Eclipse Ends: 10:37:37 UT

At the instant of greatest eclipse (07:45:40 UT) the Moon lies at the
zenith for a point in the South Pacific about 3000 km southwest of the
Galapagos Islands. The umbral eclipse magnitude peaks at 1.2907 as the
Moon's northern limb passes 1.7 arc-minutes south of the shadow's central
axis. In contrast, the Moon's southern limb lies 9.0 arc-minutes from the
southern edge of the umbra and 40.0 arc-minutes from the shadow centre.
Thus, the northern half of the Moon will appear much darker than the
southern half because it lies deeper in the umbra. Since the Moon samples a
large range of umbral depths during totality, its appearance will change
significantly with time.
The entire event is visible from both North and South America. Observers in
the western Pacific miss the first half of the eclipse because it occurs
before moonrise. Likewise most of Europe and Africa experience moonset just
as the eclipse begins. None of the eclipse is visible from north/east
Europe, eastern Africa, the Middle East or Central Asia.

The April 15 eclipse is the 56th eclipse of Saros 122 .

Music: Deep by Ryan Farish
Dinah Harris 2014-04-14 17:00:21
Total Lunar Eclipse 15 April 2014

The eclipse occurs at the lunar orbit's ascending node in Virgo. The
apparent diameter of the Moon is close to its average since the eclipse
occurs nearly midway between apogee (April 08 at 14:53 UT) and perigee
(April 23 at 00:28 UT). This is the first of four consecutive total lunar
eclipses in 2014 and 2015.

The Moon's orbital trajectory takes it through the southern half of Earth's
umbral shadow. Although the eclipse is not central, the total phase still
lasts 78 minutes.

The times of the major eclipse phases are listed below.
Penumbral Eclipse Begins: 04:53:37 UT
Partial Eclipse Begins: 05:58:19 UT
Total Eclipse Begins: 07:06:47 UT
Greatest Eclipse: 07:45:40 UT
Total Eclipse Ends: 08:24:35 UT
Partial Eclipse Ends: 09:33:04 UT
Penumbral Eclipse Ends: 10:37:37 UT

At the instant of greatest eclipse (07:45:40 UT) the Moon lies at the
zenith for a point in the South Pacific about 3000 km southwest of the
Galapagos Islands. The umbral eclipse magnitude peaks at 1.2907 as the
Moon's northern limb passes 1.7 arc-minutes south of the shadow's central
axis. In contrast, the Moon's southern limb lies 9.0 arc-minutes from the
southern edge of the umbra and 40.0 arc-minutes from the shadow centre.
Thus, the northern half of the Moon will appear much darker than the
southern half because it lies deeper in the umbra. Since the Moon samples a
large range of umbral depths during totality, its appearance will change
significantly with time.
The entire event is visible from both North and South America. Observers in
the western Pacific miss the first half of the eclipse because it occurs
before moonrise. Likewise most of Europe and Africa experience moonset just
as the eclipse begins. None of the eclipse is visible from north/east
Europe, eastern Africa, the Middle East or Central Asia.

The April 15 eclipse is the 56th eclipse of Saros 122 .

Music: Deep by Ryan Farish
Tracy Shipp 2014-04-14 16:06:39
Total Lunar Eclipse 15 April 2014

The eclipse occurs at the lunar orbit's ascending node in Virgo. The
apparent diameter of the Moon is close to its average since the eclipse
occurs nearly midway between apogee (April 08 at 14:53 UT) and perigee
(April 23 at 00:28 UT). This is the first of four consecutive total lunar
eclipses in 2014 and 2015.

The Moon's orbital trajectory takes it through the southern half of Earth's
umbral shadow. Although the eclipse is not central, the total phase still
lasts 78 minutes.

The times of the major eclipse phases are listed below.
Penumbral Eclipse Begins: 04:53:37 UT
Partial Eclipse Begins: 05:58:19 UT
Total Eclipse Begins: 07:06:47 UT
Greatest Eclipse: 07:45:40 UT
Total Eclipse Ends: 08:24:35 UT
Partial Eclipse Ends: 09:33:04 UT
Penumbral Eclipse Ends: 10:37:37 UT

At the instant of greatest eclipse (07:45:40 UT) the Moon lies at the
zenith for a point in the South Pacific about 3000 km southwest of the
Galapagos Islands. The umbral eclipse magnitude peaks at 1.2907 as the
Moon's northern limb passes 1.7 arc-minutes south of the shadow's central
axis. In contrast, the Moon's southern limb lies 9.0 arc-minutes from the
southern edge of the umbra and 40.0 arc-minutes from the shadow centre.
Thus, the northern half of the Moon will appear much darker than the
southern half because it lies deeper in the umbra. Since the Moon samples a
large range of umbral depths during totality, its appearance will change
significantly with time.
The entire event is visible from both North and South America. Observers in
the western Pacific miss the first half of the eclipse because it occurs
before moonrise. Likewise most of Europe and Africa experience moonset just
as the eclipse begins. None of the eclipse is visible from north/east
Europe, eastern Africa, the Middle East or Central Asia.

The April 15 eclipse is the 56th eclipse of Saros 122 .

Music: Deep by Ryan Farish
Karma Bottari 2014-04-14 12:58:43
Total Lunar Eclipse 15 April 2014

The eclipse occurs at the lunar orbit's ascending node in Virgo. The
apparent diameter of the Moon is close to its average since the eclipse
occurs nearly midway between apogee (April 08 at 14:53 UT) and perigee
(April 23 at 00:28 UT). This is the first of four consecutive total lunar
eclipses in 2014 and 2015.

The Moon's orbital trajectory takes it through the southern half of Earth's
umbral shadow. Although the eclipse is not central, the total phase still
lasts 78 minutes.

The times of the major eclipse phases are listed below.
Penumbral Eclipse Begins: 04:53:37 UT
Partial Eclipse Begins: 05:58:19 UT
Total Eclipse Begins: 07:06:47 UT
Greatest Eclipse: 07:45:40 UT
Total Eclipse Ends: 08:24:35 UT
Partial Eclipse Ends: 09:33:04 UT
Penumbral Eclipse Ends: 10:37:37 UT

At the instant of greatest eclipse (07:45:40 UT) the Moon lies at the
zenith for a point in the South Pacific about 3000 km southwest of the
Galapagos Islands. The umbral eclipse magnitude peaks at 1.2907 as the
Moon's northern limb passes 1.7 arc-minutes south of the shadow's central
axis. In contrast, the Moon's southern limb lies 9.0 arc-minutes from the
southern edge of the umbra and 40.0 arc-minutes from the shadow centre.
Thus, the northern half of the Moon will appear much darker than the
southern half because it lies deeper in the umbra. Since the Moon samples a
large range of umbral depths during totality, its appearance will change
significantly with time.
The entire event is visible from both North and South America. Observers in
the western Pacific miss the first half of the eclipse because it occurs
before moonrise. Likewise most of Europe and Africa experience moonset just
as the eclipse begins. None of the eclipse is visible from north/east
Europe, eastern Africa, the Middle East or Central Asia.

The April 15 eclipse is the 56th eclipse of Saros 122 .

Music: Deep by Ryan Farish
Kurdistan Planetarium 2014-04-14 12:35:15
Total Lunar Eclipse 15 April 2014

The eclipse occurs at the lunar orbit's ascending node in Virgo. The
apparent diameter of the Moon is close to its average since the eclipse
occurs nearly midway between apogee (April 08 at 14:53 UT) and perigee
(April 23 at 00:28 UT). This is the first of four consecutive total lunar
eclipses in 2014 and 2015.

The Moon's orbital trajectory takes it through the southern half of Earth's
umbral shadow. Although the eclipse is not central, the total phase still
lasts 78 minutes.

The times of the major eclipse phases are listed below.
Penumbral Eclipse Begins: 04:53:37 UT
Partial Eclipse Begins: 05:58:19 UT
Total Eclipse Begins: 07:06:47 UT
Greatest Eclipse: 07:45:40 UT
Total Eclipse Ends: 08:24:35 UT
Partial Eclipse Ends: 09:33:04 UT
Penumbral Eclipse Ends: 10:37:37 UT

At the instant of greatest eclipse (07:45:40 UT) the Moon lies at the
zenith for a point in the South Pacific about 3000 km southwest of the
Galapagos Islands. The umbral eclipse magnitude peaks at 1.2907 as the
Moon's northern limb passes 1.7 arc-minutes south of the shadow's central
axis. In contrast, the Moon's southern limb lies 9.0 arc-minutes from the
southern edge of the umbra and 40.0 arc-minutes from the shadow centre.
Thus, the northern half of the Moon will appear much darker than the
southern half because it lies deeper in the umbra. Since the Moon samples a
large range of umbral depths during totality, its appearance will change
significantly with time.
The entire event is visible from both North and South America. Observers in
the western Pacific miss the first half of the eclipse because it occurs
before moonrise. Likewise most of Europe and Africa experience moonset just
as the eclipse begins. None of the eclipse is visible from north/east
Europe, eastern Africa, the Middle East or Central Asia.

The April 15 eclipse is the 56th eclipse of Saros 122 .

Music: Deep by Ryan Farish
Kurdistan Planetarium 2014-04-14 12:34:33
Total Lunar Eclipse 15 April 2014

The eclipse occurs at the lunar orbit's ascending node in Virgo. The
apparent diameter of the Moon is close to its average since the eclipse
occurs nearly midway between apogee (April 08 at 14:53 UT) and perigee
(April 23 at 00:28 UT). This is the first of four consecutive total lunar
eclipses in 2014 and 2015.

The Moon's orbital trajectory takes it through the southern half of Earth's
umbral shadow. Although the eclipse is not central, the total phase still
lasts 78 minutes.

The times of the major eclipse phases are listed below.
Penumbral Eclipse Begins: 04:53:37 UT
Partial Eclipse Begins: 05:58:19 UT
Total Eclipse Begins: 07:06:47 UT
Greatest Eclipse: 07:45:40 UT
Total Eclipse Ends: 08:24:35 UT
Partial Eclipse Ends: 09:33:04 UT
Penumbral Eclipse Ends: 10:37:37 UT

At the instant of greatest eclipse (07:45:40 UT) the Moon lies at the
zenith for a point in the South Pacific about 3000 km southwest of the
Galapagos Islands. The umbral eclipse magnitude peaks at 1.2907 as the
Moon's northern limb passes 1.7 arc-minutes south of the shadow's central
axis. In contrast, the Moon's southern limb lies 9.0 arc-minutes from the
southern edge of the umbra and 40.0 arc-minutes from the shadow centre.
Thus, the northern half of the Moon will appear much darker than the
southern half because it lies deeper in the umbra. Since the Moon samples a
large range of umbral depths during totality, its appearance will change
significantly with time.
The entire event is visible from both North and South America. Observers in
the western Pacific miss the first half of the eclipse because it occurs
before moonrise. Likewise most of Europe and Africa experience moonset just
as the eclipse begins. None of the eclipse is visible from north/east
Europe, eastern Africa, the Middle East or Central Asia.

The April 15 eclipse is the 56th eclipse of Saros 122 .

Music: Deep by Ryan Farish
Love is Space 2014-04-14 09:42:01
Total Lunar Eclipse 15 Apr 2014
Thermagicalwonders 2014-04-03 01:24:55
Watch this interesting event coming up on Tax Day!
emerald1one1 2014-03-31 06:10:02
enjoyed the preview from the lunar surface ; )
7777neptune 2014-03-29 05:32:22
I live on an island called Malta, it is near Sicily and can I see the
eclipse 
clairelille 2014-03-28 22:28:03
Very interesting and beautiful video . Thanks !
Daina S 2014-03-28 08:49:46
Total Lunar Eclipse 15 Apr 2014
Love is Space 2014-03-28 07:36:48
Absolutely excellent video!
It is unfortunate that this lunar eclipse will not be visible in my
country.
Thank you my dear friend for the informative video.
Wish you a happy weekend :)
tetekofa 2014-03-28 00:05:42
In 2014 – 2015 a rare sequence of Tetrad Red Blood Moon lunar eclipses will
occur on the Jewish Holidays of Passover and the Sukkot (Feast of
Tabernacles). Two solar eclipses will also occur in 2015 on the Jewish New
Years for KINGS and Feast of Trumpets Holidays. 
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