Maintained by: Bryan P. White
Who will see it?
Mostly visible in Southern Hemisphere. Central and Southern Asia, Africa, and Australia will get to see the full eclipse. North Africa and Southern Europe will have a partial view during moonrise.
Africa, Australia and Central and Southern Asia will get to view this lunar eclipse in its entirety, and the east coast of South America will witness the end of the eclipse at moonrise
Penumbral magnitude 0.568.
Total duration: 3 hours, 18 minutes.
When will it happen?
|Penumbral Eclipse begins||Jun 5 at 17:45:51|
|Maximum Eclipse||Jun 5 at 19:24:55|
|Penumbral Eclipse ends||Jun 5 at 21:04:03|
|Jun 21, 2020||Annular Solar Eclipse|
|Dec 14, 2020||Total Solar Eclipse|
|Jun 10, 2021||Annular Solar Eclipse|
|Dec 4, 2021||Total Solar Eclipse|
|Apr 20, 2023||Total Solar Eclipse|
|Oct 14, 2023||Annular Solar Eclipse|
|Apr 8, 2024||Total Solar Eclipse|
|Oct 2, 2024||Annular Solar Eclipse|
|Feb 17, 2026||Annular Solar Eclipse|
|Aug 12, 2026||Total Solar Eclipse|