Lunar Eclipse Data 2001 - 2003
  Detailed information for all lunar eclipses 2001-2003...

Total Eclipse of the Moon, 2001 January 9
Total Eclipse of the Moon, 2001 January 9; the beginning of the umbral phase visible in
northern region of Canada, most of Alaska, Greenland, Arctic, Europe, most of Africa,
Australia, western Micronesia, Asia, Queen Mary coast of Antarctica, northeastern
North Atlantic Ocean, eastern South Atlantic Ocean, Indian Ocean, and western North
Pacific Ocean; the end visible in northeastern North America, Greenland, Arctic,
northeastern South America, Europe, Africa, coast of Antarctica near Cape Ann, Asia,
Atlantic Ocean, Indian Ocean, and western Philippine Sea. 

                            d   h   m
Moon enters penumbra   January 9  17 43.5
Moon enters umbra              9  18 42.0
Moon enters totality           9  19 49.5
Middle of eclipse              9  20 20.5  UT
Moon leaves totality           9  20 51.6
Moon leaves umbra              9  21 59.1
Moon leaves penumbra           9  22 57.6

Magnitude of the eclipse: 1.195
Partial Eclipse of the Moon, 2001 July 5
Partial Eclipse of the Moon, 2001 July 5; the beginning of the umbral phase visible in
Antarctica, Australia, New Zealand, eastern Asia except the far north, Aleutian Islands,
Pacific Ocean except extreme east, and the eastern Indian Ocean; the end visible in
Australia, Antarctica, New Zealand, Asia except extreme northern part, eastern Africa,
western Pacific Ocean, and the Indian Ocean. 

                            d   h   m
Moon enters penumbra   July 5  12 10.8
Moon enters umbra           5  13 35.1
Middle of eclipse           5  14 55.2  UT
Moon leaves umbra           5  16 15.3
Moon leaves penumbra        5  17 39.7

Magnitude of the eclipse: 0.499   
Penumbral Eclipse of the Moon, 2001 December 30
Penumbral Eclipse of the Moon, 2001 December 30; the beginning of the penumbral
phase visible in North America, Central America, South America except the eastern
coast, Greenland, extreme northwestern Europe, northeast Asia, Arctic, most of New Zealand,
North Atlantic Ocean, Pacific Ocean, eastern Philippine Sea, and Coral Sea; the end visible
in North America except eastern coast, Greenland, Arctic, northern part of Central America,
Asia, Indonesia, Australia, New Zealand, the North Pacific Ocean, South Pacific Ocean
except southeastern part, and eastern portion of the Indian Ocean. 

                               d   h   m
Moon enters penumbra December 30   8 25.4
Middle of eclipse             30  10 29.2  UT
Moon leaves penumbra          30  12 33.2
Penumbral Eclipse of the Moon, 2002 May 26
Penumbral Eclipse of the Moon, 2002 May 26; the beginning of the penumbral phase visible
in most of North America except the northeast, Central America, western South America,
extreme northeast Russia, eastern Asia, Australia, most of Antarctica, the Pacific Ocean,
and the southeast Indian Ocean; the end visible in southwestern Alaska, Asia except the
extreme north, Australia, the eastern Indian Ocean, and most of the Pacific Ocean except
the extreme eastern part. 

                               d   h   m
Moon enters penumbra     May  26  10 12.7
Middle of eclipse             26  12 03.3  UT
Moon leaves penumbra          26  13 53.8
Penumbral Eclipse of the Moon, 2002 June 24
Penumbral Eclipse of the Moon, 2002 June 24; the beginning of the penumbral phase
visible in Australia, Indonesia, southern and western Asia, Europe except the extreme
north, Africa, extreme eastern South America, Antarctica, the Indian Ocean, the eastern
North Atlantic Ocean, the South Atlantic Ocean, and the southwestern Pacific Ocean; the
end visible in Africa, Europe except the extreme north, most of South America except the
northwest, Antarctica, western Australia, southwest Asia, the Indian Ocean, the eastern
North Atlantic Ocean, the South Atlantic Ocean, and the southeastern South Pacific Ocean. 

                               d   h   m
Moon enters penumbra     June  24 20 18.4
Middle of eclipse              24 21 27.1  UT
Moon leaves penumbra           24 22 35.4 

Magnitude of the eclipse:   0.235    
Penumbral Eclipse of the Moon, 2002 November 19-20
Penumbral Eclipse of the Moon, 2002 November 19-20; the beginning of the penumbral phase
visible in Africa, Europe, Greenland, North America except the western part, the Arctic
region, Central America, South America except the southern tip, extreme western Asia,
the Atlantic Ocean, and the western Indian Ocean; the end visible in North America,
the Arctic region, Central America, South America, Greenland, Europe, northern and
western Russia, the western Middle East, western Africa, the Antarctic Peninsula,
the Atlantic Ocean, and the eastern Pacific Ocean. 

                               d   h   m
Moon enters penumbra     November 19  23 32.0
Middle of eclipse                 20   1 46.5  UT
Moon leaves penumbra              20   4 01.1

Magnitude of the eclipse:   0.886  
Total Eclipse of the Moon, 2003 May 16
 
Total Eclipse of the Moon, 2003 May 16; the beginning of the umbral phase visible in
Europe, southern Greenland, eastern North America, Central America, South America, most
of Antarctica, Africa, western Middle East, the Atlantic Ocean, the southeastern Pacific
Ocean, and the western Indian Ocean; the end visible in southern tip of Greenland, North
America except extreme northwest, Central America, South America, part of New Zealand,
most of Antarctica, western Africa, western Iberian Peninsula, the Atlantic Ocean
except extreme northeast, and the eastern Pacific Ocean. 

                               d   h   m
Moon enters penumbra     May  16  1 05.3
Moon enters umbra             16  2 02.7
Moon enters totality          16  3 13.7
Middle of eclipse             16  3 40.1  UT
Moon leaves totality          16  4 06.4
Moon leaves umbra             16  5 17.4
Moon leaves penumbra          16  6 14.8

Magnitude of the eclipse:   1.133   

Magnitude of the eclipse:   0.715   
Penumbral magnitude of the eclipse: 0.919       
Total Eclipse of the Moon, 2003 November 8-9
Total Eclipse of the Moon, 2003 November 8-9; the beginning of the umbral phase visible
in Africa, Europe, western and central Asia, Greenland, the Arctic region, eastern North
America, Central America, South America except southern tip, coastal Queen Maud Land of
Antarctica, the western Indian Ocean, and the Atlantic Ocean; the end visible in Europe,
northwestern Asia, the Arctic region, Greenland, North America, Central America,
South America, Antarctic Peninsula, Africa except extreme eastern part, western
Middle East, the Atlantic Ocean, and the eastern Pacific Ocean. 

                               d   h   m
Moon enters penumbra  November 8  22 15.1
Moon enters umbra              8  23 32.4   
Moon enters totality           9   1 06.3
Middle of eclipse              9   1 18.5  UT
Moon leaves totality           9   1 30.7
Moon leaves umbra              9   3 04.5
Moon leaves penumbra           9   4 21.9

Magnitude of the eclipse:   1.022          


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