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Lunar Saros 163

 

Lunar Saros 163

Saros cycle series 163 for lunar eclipses occurs at the moon's descending node, repeats every 18 years 11 and 1/3 days. It contains 70 events (35 listed before 3000).[1]

Cat. Saros Mem Date Time UT
(hr:mn)
Type Gamma Magnitude Duration
(min)
Contacts UT
(hr:mn)
Chart
Greatest Pen. Par. Tot. P1 P4 U1 U2 U3 U4
10549 163 1 2371 Aug 27 5:10:45 Penumbral -1.5155 -0.9387 89.7 4:25:54 5:55:36 [1]
10593 163 2 2389 Sep 06 12:15:03 Penumbral -1.4545 -0.8294 133.3 11:08:24 13:21:42 [2]
10638 163 3 2407 Sep 17 19:23:23 Penumbral -1.3973 -0.7273 163.4 18:01:41 20:45:05 [3]
10682 163 4 2425 Sep 28 2:37:33 Penumbral -1.3452 -0.6347 186.2 1:04:27 4:10:39 [4]
10726 163 5 2443 Oct 09 9:58:19 Penumbral -1.2987 -0.5525 204.3 8:16:10 11:40:28 [5]
10769 163 6 2461 Oct 19 17:26:44 Penumbral -1.2586 -0.4818 218.6 15:37:26 19:16:02 [6]
10811 163 7 2479 Oct 31 1:02:53 Penumbral -1.2253 -0.4235 229.8 23:07:59 2:57:47 [7]
10852 163 8 2497 Nov 10 8:44:48 Penumbral -1.1969 -0.3742 239.0 6:45:18 10:44:18 [8]
10893 163 9 2515 Nov 22 16:34:46 Penumbral -1.1754 -0.3374 246.0 14:31:46 18:37:46 [9]
10933 163 10 2533 Dec 03 0:30:10 Penumbral -1.1584 -0.3083 251.5 22:24:25 2:35:55 [10]
10974 163 11 2551 Dec 14 8:31:21 Penumbral -1.1463 -0.2882 255.6 6:23:33 10:39:09 [11]
11016 163 12 2569 Dec 24 16:35:18 Penumbral -1.1366 -0.2721 258.9 14:25:51 18:44:45 [12]
11056 163 13 2588 Jan 05 0:42:53 Penumbral -1.1301 -0.2615 261.2 22:32:17 2:53:29 [13]
11096 163 14 2606 Jan 16 8:50:19 Penumbral -1.1237 -0.2508 263.5 6:38:34 11:02:04 [14]
11136 163 15 2624 Jan 27 16:56:50 Penumbral -1.1169 -0.2389 265.7 14:43:59 19:09:41 [15]
11177 163 16 2642 Feb 07 1:00:14 Penumbral -1.1078 -0.2223 268.2 22:46:08 3:14:20 [16]
11218 163 17 2660 Feb 18 9:00:08 Penumbral -1.0960 -0.2007 271.3 6:44:29 11:15:47 [17]
11261 163 18 2678 Feb 28 16:52:54 Penumbral -1.0788 -0.1687 275.4 14:35:12 19:10:36 [18]
11304 163 19 2696 Mar 11 0:39:17 Penumbral -1.0567 -0.1274 280.3 22:19:08 2:59:26 [19]
11347 163 20 2714 Mar 23 8:17:02 Penumbral -1.0277 -0.0734 286.3 5:53:53 10:40:11 [20]
11389 163 21 2732 Apr 02 15:47:26 Penumbral -0.9928 -0.0082 293.2 13:20:50 18:14:02 [21]
11432 163 22 2750 Apr 13 23:06:26 Partial -0.9488 0.0737 301.2 66.4 20:35:50 1:37:02 22:33:14 23:39:38 [22]
11476 163 23 2768 Apr 24 6:18:26 Partial -0.8992 0.1661 309.6 98.5 3:43:38 8:53:14 5:29:11 7:07:41 [23]
11520 163 24 2786 May 05 13:19:52 Partial -0.8411 0.2741 318.5 124.6 10:40:37 15:59:07 12:17:34 14:22:10 [24]
11566 163 25 2804 May 15 20:15:12 Partial -0.7776 0.3919 327.3 146.4 17:31:33 22:58:51 19:02:00 21:28:24 [25]
11613 163 26 2822 May 27 3:00:29 Partial -0.7058 0.5249 336.1 165.9 0:12:26 5:48:32 1:37:32 4:23:26 [26]
11660 163 27 2840 Jun 06 9:42:03 Partial -0.6306 0.6640 344.1 182.4 6:50:00 12:34:06 8:10:51 11:13:15 [27]
11706 163 28 2858 Jun 17 16:16:02 Partial -0.5494 0.8140 351.6 196.7 13:20:14 19:11:50 14:37:41 17:54:23 [28]
11752 163 29 2876 Jun 27 22:47:35 Partial -0.4657 0.9686 358.0 208.6 19:48:35 1:46:35 21:03:17 0:31:53 [29]
11799 163 30 2894 Jul 09 5:14:55 Total -0.3782 1.1298 363.3 218.2 57.4 2:13:16 8:16:34 3:25:49 4:46:13 5:43:37 7:04:01 [30]
11844 163 31 2912 Jul 20 11:43:06 Total -0.2912 1.2900 367.4 225.5 81.2 8:39:24 14:46:48 9:50:21 11:02:30 12:23:42 13:35:51 [31]
11889 163 32 2930 Jul 31 18:10:59 Total -0.2036 1.4511 370.2 230.6 94.9 15:05:53 21:16:05 16:15:41 17:23:32 18:58:26 20:06:17 [32]
11934 163 33 2948 Aug 11 0:41:12 Total -0.1176 1.6091 371.8 233.7 102.7 21:35:18 3:47:06 22:44:21 23:49:51 1:32:33 2:38:03 [33]
11980 163 34 2966 Aug 22 7:15:12 Total -0.0345 1.7616 372.3 234.9 105.9 4:09:03 10:21:21 5:17:45 6:22:15 8:08:09 9:12:39 [34]
12025 163 35 2984 Sep 01 13:54:23 Total 0.0446 1.7430 371.7 234.5 105.6 10:48:32 17:00:14 11:57:08 13:01:35 14:47:11 15:51:38 [35]

See also

Notes

  1. ^ Lunar Eclipses of Saros 163, Fred Espenak

External links

  • www.hermit.org: Saros 163
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