Total Lunar Eclipse January 20 (or 21) 2019

What time does the Eclipse begin? What time does it end? When is the Greatest Eclipse?

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Exact Time of the Eclipse's Phases in Your Local Time & UTC

Phase of the Eclipse Your TimeUTCJan 21
Penumbral eclipse begins - P1 02:36:29
Partial eclipse begins - U1 03:33:55
Total eclipse begins- U2 04:41:19
Greatest eclipse 05:12:18
End of the total eclipse - U3 05:43:18
End of the partial eclipse - U4 06:50:42
End of the penumbral eclipse - P4 07:48:06
Duration of the Eclipse
Total duration of the Eclipse (Penumbral) 5h 11m 37s
Total Duration of the Partial Phases (Umbral) 3h 16m 47s
Duration of the Full Eclipse (Total Eclipse) 1h 1m 59s
Magnitudes of the Eclipse
Penumbral Magnitude 2.1684
Umbral Magnitude 1.1953

Phases of the Eclipse. See table for exact contact times of the phases. Image: NASA

Live Broadcast of the Lunar Eclipse - January 20-21, 2019

The January's eclipse will be entirely visible over North and South America including USA and Canada, western Europe (Portugal, Iceland, England, Ireland, Norway, western parts of Spain and France) and northwest Africa. Observers in Europe and Africa will be able to view part of the january's eclipse before sunrise and moonset on January 21, 2019. In both Americas eclipse will be visible between evening of January 20 and morning hours of January 21, 2019 (see table with eclipse times in your local time - above). The January's lunar eclipse will not be visible over central Asia (central Russia, India, Mongolia, China, Indonesia, Thailand, Malaysia, North and South Korea,...) and Australia. See the map below for more information.

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January 20, 2019 Lunar Eclipse Visibility around the World.
Image by NASA. License: Public Domain