The Second Total Lunar Eclipse of 2007

Total Lunar Eclipse of August 28

The second lunar eclipse of the year is another total eclipse.








All of North America will witness some portion of the eclipse, but western
observers are favored. The early penumbral or umbral phases will be in progress
at moonset for observers in Maritime Canada. From the eastern USA, the Great
Lakes region and Ontario, the Moon sets in total eclipse. Only observers to the
west of the Rockies (including Alaska) will be treated to the entire event. All
phases of the eclipse are also visible from islands of the Pacific Ocean, New
Zealand and eastern Australia. Various stages of the eclipse are in progress at
moonrise for eastern Asia. No eclipse is visible from Europe, Africa and western

Penumbral Eclipse Begins: 07:53:39 UT    

Partial Eclipse Begins: 08:51:16 UT

Total Eclipse Begins: 09:52:22 UT              

Greatest Eclipse: 10:37:22 UT         

Total Eclipse Ends:     11:22:24 UT             

Partial Eclipse Ends: 12:23:30 UT    

Penumbral Eclipse Ends: 13:21:01 UT 

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