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Partial Lunar Eclipse on 16 August 2008

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  This sight will be visible from the whole Spain from before the beginning of partiality, and will be totaly visible from Eastern Europe, Western Asia and the Middle East. The next map summarizes the visibility of the event:
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Visibility map of the eclipse
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Mapa de les diferents zones de visibilitat del fenomen
Visibility map of the eclipse
Credit: NASA Eclipse Home Page
  Despite the Moon will not be visible from Spain at the moment of the strict beginning of the eclipse: the first contact with the terrestrial penumbra (it marks the moment when the penumbral phase, which is usually difficult to notice, starts), our satellite will already be above the horizon when it first contact the shadow of the Earth and partiality phase starts.
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Beginning of penumbral phase 18:24:49
Beginning of partiality phase 22:44:16
End of penumbral phase 23:55:25
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  At the very central moment of this phase, at 23:10 spanish civil time, the maximum of the eclipse will happen, moment when just a thin band of the Moon will be outside the shadow of the Earth.
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Moon's trajectory through the shadow and the penumbra of the Earth
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Geometria de l'eclipsi
Moon's trajectory through the shadow and the penumbra of the Earth
Credit: NASA Eclipse Home Page
 

Additional information

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Gallery

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Beginning of the eclipse from Corbera de Llobregat
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Comenšaments de l'eclipsi

Beginning of the eclipse from Corbera de Llobregat
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MÓxim de l'eclipsi des de Corbera de Llobregat (I)
Maximum of the eclipse from Corbera de Llobregat (I)
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Llarga exposiciˇ del mÓxim de l'eclipsi
MÓxim de l'eclipsi des de Corbera de Llobregat (I)
Maximum of the eclipse from Corbera de Llobregat (I)
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Maximum of the eclipse from Corbera de Llobregat (II)
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Exposiciˇ curta del mÓxim de l'eclipsi
Maximum of the eclipse from Corbera de Llobregat (II)
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Final moments of the eclipse from Corbera de Llobregat
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Moments finals de l'eclipsi
Final moments of the eclipse from Corbera de Llobregat
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Moon after the eclipse
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Lluna desprÚs de l'eclipsi
Moon after the eclipse
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Partial Lunar Eclipse on 16 August 2008

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Visibility map of the eclipse
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Despite the Moon will not be visible from Spain at the moment of the strict beginning of the eclipse: the first contact with the terrestrial penumbra (it marks the moment when the penumbral phase, which is usually difficult to notice, starts), our satellite will already be above the horizon when it first contact the shadow of the Earth and partiality phase starts.
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Beginning of penumbral phase18:24:49
Beginning of partiality phase22:44:16
End of penumbral phase23:55:25
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Despite the Moon will not be visible from Spain at the moment of the strict beginning of the eclipse: the first contact with the terrestrial penumbra (it marks the moment when the penumbral phase, which is usually difficult to notice, starts), our satellite will already be above the horizon when it first contact the shadow of the Earth and partiality phase starts.
InstantTime UT
Beginning of penumbral phase 18:24:49
Beginning of partiality phase 22:44:16
End of penumbral phase 23:55:25
  This way, at 21:36 spanish civil time (in summer 2 hours must be added to universal time) partiality phase will begin, and it will last until beyond midnight.
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Partial Lunar Eclipse on 16 August 2008

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  This sight will be visible from the whole Spain from before the beginning of partiality, and will be totaly visible from Eastern Europe, Western Asia and the Middle East. The next map summarizes the visibility of the event:
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Mapa de les diferents zones de visibilitat del fenomenVisibility map of the eclipse
Credit: NASA Eclipse Home Page
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Visibility map of the eclipse
Credit: NASA Eclipse Home Page
  Despite the Moon will not be visible from Spain at the moment of the strict beginning of the eclipse: the first contact with the terrestrial penumbra (it marks the moment when the penumbral phase, which is usually difficult to notice, starts), our satellite will already be above the horizon when it first contact the shadow of the Earth and partiality phase starts.
InstantTime UT
Beginning of penumbral phase18:24:49
Beginning of partiality phase22:44:16
End of penumbral phase23:55:25
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  At the very central moment of this phase, at 23:10 spanish civil time, the maximum of the eclipse will happen, moment when just a thin band of the Moon will be outside the shadow of the Earth.
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Geometria de l'eclipsi
Moon's trajectory through the shadow and the penumbra of the Earth
Credit: NASA Eclipse Home Page
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Moon's trajectory through the shadow and the penumbra of the Earth
Credit: NASA Eclipse Home Page
 

Additional information

You can check:

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Gallery

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Comenšaments de l'eclipsi

Beginning of the eclipse from Corbera de Llobregat
Credit: David Allepuz
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Beginning of the eclipse from Corbera de Llobregat
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Llarga exposiciˇ del mÓxim de l'eclipsi
Maximum of the eclipse from Corbera de Llobregat (I)
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MÓxim de l'eclipsi des de Corbera de Llobregat (I)
Maximum of the eclipse from Corbera de Llobregat (I)
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Exposiciˇ curta del mÓxim de l'eclipsi
Maximum of the eclipse from Corbera de Llobregat (II)
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Maximum of the eclipse from Corbera de Llobregat (II)
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Moments finals de l'eclipsi
Final moments of the eclipse from Corbera de Llobregat
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Final moments of the eclipse from Corbera de Llobregat
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Lluna desprÚs de l'eclipsi
Moon after the eclipse
Credit: David Allepuz
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Moon after the eclipse
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 Lluna desprÚs de l'eclipsi
Moon after the eclipse
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  This sight will be visible from the whole Spain from before the beginning of partiality, and will be totaly visible from Eastern Europe, Western Asia and the Middle East. The next map summarizes the visibility of the event:
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Mapa de les diferents zones de visibilitat del fenomenVisibility map of the eclipse
Credit: NASA Eclipse Home Page
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Mapa de les diferents zones de visibilitat del fenomenVisibility map of the eclipse
Credit: NASA Eclipse Home Page
 
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Despite the Moon will not be visible from Spain at the moment of the strict beginning of the eclipse: the first contact with the terrestrial penumbra (it marks the moment when the penumbral phase, which is usually difficult to notice, starts), our satellite will already be above the horizon when it first contact the shadow of the Earth and partiality phase starts.
InstantTime UT
Beginning of penumbral phase18:24:49
Beginning of partiality phase22:44:16
End of penumbral phase23:55:25
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Despite the Moon will not be visible from Spain at the moment of the strict beginning of the eclipse: the first contact with the terrestrial penumbra (it marks the moment when the penumbral phase, which is usually difficult to notice, starts), our satellite will already be above the horizon when it first contact the shadow of the Earth and partiality phase starts.
InstantTime UT
Beginning of penumbral phase18:24:49
Beginning of partiality phase22:44:16
End of penumbral phase23:55:25
  This way, at 21:36 spanish civil time (in summer 2 hours must be added to universal time) partiality phase will begin, and it will last until beyond midnight.

At the very central moment of this phase, at 23:10 spanish civil time, the maximum of the eclipse will happen, moment when just a thin band of the Moon will be outside the shadow of the Earth.

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Geometria de l'eclipsi
Moon's trajectory through the shadow and the penumbra of the Earth
Credit: NASA Eclipse Home Page
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Geometria de l'eclipsi
Moon's trajectory through the shadow and the penumbra of the Earth
Credit: NASA Eclipse Home Page
 

Additional information

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Gallery

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Comenšaments de l'eclipsi

Beginning of the eclipse from Corbera de Llobregat
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Comenšaments de l'eclipsi

Beginning of the eclipse from Corbera de Llobregat
Credit: David Allepuz
 
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Llarga exposiciˇ del mÓxim de l'eclipsi
Maximum of the eclipse from Corbera de Llobregat (I)
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Maximum of the eclipse from Corbera de Llobregat (I)
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Exposiciˇ curta del mÓxim de l'eclipsi
Maximum of the eclipse from Corbera de Llobregat (II)
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Maximum of the eclipse from Corbera de Llobregat (II)
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Final moments of the eclipse from Corbera de Llobregat
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Final moments of the eclipse from Corbera de Llobregat
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Lluna desprÚs de l'eclipsi
Moon after the eclipse
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Partial Lunar Eclipse on 16 August 2008

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The beginning of the night on 16 August will bring one of the most beautiful moments of the summer: the observation of a partial lunar eclipse almost at moonrise, which will coincide with sunset.

This sight will be visible from the whole Spain from before the beginning of partiality, and will be totaly visible from Eastern Europe, Western Asia and the Middle East. The next map summarizes the visibility of the event:

Mapa de les diferents zones de visibilitat del fenomenVisibility map of the eclipse
Credit: NASA Eclipse Home Page

Despite the Moon will not be visible from Spain at the moment of the strict beginning of the eclipse: the first contact with the terrestrial penumbra (it marks the moment when the penumbral phase, which is usually difficult to notice, starts), our satellite will already be above the horizon when it first contact the shadow of the Earth and partiality phase starts.

InstantTime UT
Beginning of penumbral phase18:24:49
Beginning of partiality phase22:44:16
End of penumbral phase23:55:25

This way, at 21:36 spanish civil time (in summer 2 hours must be added to universal time) partiality phase will begin, and it will last until beyond midnight.

At the very central moment of this phase, at 23:10 spanish civil time, the maximum of the eclipse will happen, moment when just a thin band of the Moon will be outside the shadow of the Earth.

Geometria de l'eclipsi
Moon's trajectory through the shadow and the penumbra of the Earth
Credit: NASA Eclipse Home Page

Additional information

You can check:

Gallery

Comenšaments de l'eclipsi

Beginning of the eclipse from Corbera de Llobregat
Credit: David Allepuz

Llarga exposiciˇ del mÓxim de l'eclipsi
Maximum of the eclipse from Corbera de Llobregat (I)
Credit: David Allepuz

Exposiciˇ curta del mÓxim de l'eclipsi
Maximum of the eclipse from Corbera de Llobregat (II)
Credit: David Allepuz

Moments finals de l'eclipsi
Final moments of the eclipse from Corbera de Llobregat
Credit: David Allepuz

Lluna desprÚs de l'eclipsi
Moon after the eclipse
Credit: David Allepuz

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