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July 2001 lunar eclipse

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July 2001 lunar eclipse

Partial Lunar Eclipse
July 5, 2001

Australia at 14:20 UTC

The moon passes west to east (right to left) across the southern edge of the Earth's umbral shadow, shown in hourly intervals.
Series (and member) 139 (21 of 81)
Duration (hr:mn:sc)
Partial 2:39:16
Penumbral 5:25:05
Contacts
P1 12:12:46 UTC
U1 13:35:54 UTC
Greatest 14:56:23 UTC
U4 16:14:54 UTC
P4 17;37:52 UTC

The moon's hourly motion across the Earth's shadow in the constellation of Sagittarius

A partial lunar eclipse took place on July 5, 2001, the second of three lunar eclipses in 2001.

Contents

  • Visibility 1
  • Related lunar eclipses 2
    • Lunar year series 2.1
  • See also 3
  • External links 4

Visibility

Related lunar eclipses

Lunar year series

Lunar eclipse series sets from 1998–2002
Descending node   Ascending node
Saros Date
Viewing
Type
Chart
Saros Date
Viewing
Type
Chart
109 1998 Aug 08
Penumbral
114 1999 Jan 31
Penumbral
119 1999 Jul 28
Partial
124 2000 Jan 21
Total
129 2000 Jul 16
Total
134
2001 Jan 09
Total
139
2001 Jul 05
Partial
144 2001 Dec 30
Penumbral
149 2002 Jun 24
Penumbral
Last set 1998 Sep 06 Last set 1998 Mar 13
Next set 2002 May 26 Next set 2002 Nov 20

See also

External links


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