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Solar Saros 131

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Solar Saros 131

January 26, 2009
Series member 50

Saros cycle 131, repeating every 18 year, 11 days, containing 70 events.

Events

Saros Member Date Time
(Greatest)
UTC
Type Location
Lat,Long
Gamma Mag. Width
(km)
Duration
(min:sec)
Ref
131 1 August 1, 1125 5:15:09 Partial 69.9N 109.5W 1.4666 0.1198 [1]
131 2 August 12, 1143 12:57:36 Partial 70.7N 121.9E 1.4088 0.2324 [2]
131 3 August 22, 1161 20:46:37 Partial 71.3N 8.8W 1.3564 0.334 [3]
131 4 September 3, 1179 4:42:14 Partial 71.7N 141.7W 1.3096 0.4241 [4]
131 5 September 13, 1197 12:45:54 Partial 71.9N 83.1E 1.2695 0.5009 [5]
131 6 September 24, 1215 20:55:57 Partial 71.9N 53.7W 1.2351 0.5664 [6]
131 7 October 5, 1233 5:14:34 Partial 71.6N 167.4E 1.208 0.6174 [7]
131 8 October 16, 1251 13:39:20 Partial 71N 27.4E 1.1863 0.6578 [8]
131 9 October 26, 1269 22:11:15 Partial 70.3N 113.8W 1.1708 0.6862 [9]
131 10 November 7, 1287 6:48:15 Partial 69.4N 104.2E 1.16 0.7059 [10]
131 11 November 17, 1305 15:30:56 Partial 68.4N 38.4W 1.154 0.7163 [11]
131 12 November 29, 1323 0:16:11 Partial 67.3N 178.8E 1.1509 0.7215 [12]
131 13 December 9, 1341 9:03:29 Partial 66.3N 36.2E 1.15 0.7229 [13]
131 14 December 20, 1359 17:50:58 Partial 65.2N 106W 1.1496 0.7231 [14]
131 15 December 31, 1377 2:38:10 Partial 64.3N 112.2E 1.1494 0.7234 [15]
131 16 January 11, 1396 11:21:14 Partial 63.4N 28.1W 1.1464 0.7287 [16]
131 17 January 21, 1414 20:00:46 Partial 62.6N 167.3W 1.1411 0.7384 [17]
131 18 February 2, 1432 4:33:42 Partial 62N 55.4E 1.1309 0.7571 [18]
131 19 February 12, 1450 13:01:23 Partial 61.5N 80.5W 1.1169 0.7829 [19]
131 20 February 23, 1468 21:18:55 Partial 61.2N 146.3E 1.0953 0.8228 [20]
131 21 March 6, 1486 5:30:00 Partial 61N 14.7E 1.0689 0.8714 [21]
131 22 March 16, 1504 13:30:09 Partial 61N 114W 1.0345 0.9348 [22]
131 23 March 27, 1522 21:22:59 Total 62N 127.7E 0.9946 1.0076 347 0m 26s [23]
131 24 April 7, 1540 5:04:30 Total 63.1N 34.7E 0.9462 1.0115 123 0m 42s [24]
131 25 April 18, 1558 12:39:27 Total 64.1N 67.8W 0.893 1.0132 100 0m 50s [25]
131 26 April 28, 1576 20:04:44 Total 64.8N 168W 0.8328 1.014 86 0m 55s [26]
131 27 May 20, 1594 3:23:17 Total 64.9N 94.1E 0.7678 1.0141 76 0m 58s [27]
131 28 May 30, 1612 10:34:29 Total 63.6N 1.9W 0.6976 1.0135 65 0m 58s [28]
131 29 June 10, 1630 17:41:07 Hybrid 60.9N 98.3W 0.6244 1.0122 54 0m 55s [29]
131 30 June 21, 1648 0:43:22 Hybrid 56.7N 164E 0.5483 1.0102 42 0m 49s [30]
131 31 July 2, 1666 7:42:30 Hybrid 51.4N 64.4E 0.4704 1.0075 29 0m 39s [31]
131 32 July 12, 1684 14:40:35 Hybrid 45.2N 37.1W 0.3926 1.0041 16 0m 23s [32]
131 33 July 24, 1702 21:38:51 Hybrid 38.4N 140.4W 0.316 1.0001 1 0m 1s [33]
131 34 August 4, 1720 4:38:15 Annular 31.1N 114.8E 0.2409 0.9957 16 0m 27s [34]
131 35 August 15, 1738 11:40:12 Annular 23.7N 8.4E 0.1688 0.9907 33 1m 0s [35]
131 36 August 25, 1756 18:46:17 Annular 16.1N 99.5W 0.1009 0.9853 52 1m 38s [36]
131 37 September 6, 1774 1:57:40 Annular 8.7N 150.9E 0.0385 0.9797 72 2m 20s [37]
131 38 September 16, 1792 9:13:52 Annular 1.3N 39.9E -0.0191 0.9739 93 3m 2s [38]
131 39 September 28, 1810 16:37:25 Annular 5.8S 72.8W -0.0696 0.9681 115 3m 45s [39]
131 40 October 9, 1828 0:07:47 Annular 12.5S 173E -0.1139 0.9623 137 4m 26s [40]
131 41 October 20, 1846 7:46:12 Annular 18.7S 57.3E -0.1506 0.9567 159 5m 5s [41]
131 42 October 30, 1864 15:30:31 Annular 24.3S 59.3W -0.1816 0.9514 181 5m 41s [42]
131 43 November 10, 1882 23:22:21 Annular 29.2S 177W -0.2056 0.9465 201 6m 14s [43]
131 44 November 22, 1900 7:19:43 Annular 33.1S 64.8E -0.2245 0.9421 220 6m 42s [44]
131 45 December 3, 1918 15:22:02 Annular 36.1S 53.7W -0.2387 0.9383 236 7m 6s [45]
131 46 December 13, 1936 23:28:12 Annular 37.8S 172.6W -0.2493 0.9349 251 7m 25s [46]
131 47 December 25, 1954 7:36:42 Annular 38.4S 68.2E -0.2576 0.9323 262 7m 39s [47]
131 48 January 4, 1973 15:46:21 Annular 37.9S 51.2W -0.2644 0.9303 271 7m 49s [48]
131 49 January 15, 1991 23:53:51 Annular 36.4S 170.4W -0.2727 0.929 277 7m 53s [49]
131 50 January 26, 2009 7:59:45 Annular 34.1S 70.2E -0.282 0.9282 280 7m 54s [50]
131 51 February 6, 2027 16:00:48 Annular 31.3S 48.5W -0.2952 0.9281 282 7m 51s [51]
131 52 February 16, 2045 23:56:07 Annular 28.3S 166.2W -0.3125 0.9285 281 7m 47s [52]
131 53 February 28, 2063 7:43:30 Annular 25.2S 77.7E -0.336 0.9293 280 7m 41s [53]
131 54 March 10, 2081 15:23:31 Annular 22.4S 36.7W -0.3653 0.9304 277 7m 36s [54]
131 55 March 21, 2099 22:54:32 Annular 20S 149W -0.4016 0.9318 275 7m 32s [55]
131 56 April 2, 2117 6:15:20 Annular 18.4S 101.1E -0.4459 0.9333 274 7m 30s [56]
131 57 April 13, 2135 13:27:05 Annular 17.6S 6.5W -0.4973 0.9349 274 7m 30s [57]
131 58 April 23, 2153 20:29:24 Annular 17.9S 111.8W -0.5557 0.9364 279 7m 31s [58]
131 59 May 5, 2171 3:23:15 Annular 19.4S 144.8E -0.6209 0.9378 289 7m 32s [59]
131 60 May 15, 2189 10:08:34 Annular 22.6S 43.3E -0.6928 0.9387 309 7m 31s [60]
131 61 May 27, 2207 16:47:47 Annular 27.5S 57W -0.7692 0.9393 347 7m 25s [61]
131 62 June 6, 2225 23:21:31 Annular 34.6S 156.5W -0.8496 0.9392 425 7m 10s [62]
131 63 June 18, 2243 5:49:56 Annular 45.6S 104.7E -0.9342 0.938 652 6m 41s [63]
131 64 June 28, 2261 12:16:28 Partial 66.6S 6E -1.0198 0.9282 [64]
131 65 July 9, 2279 18:41:13 Partial 67.7S 100.7W -1.1065 0.7802 [65]
131 66 July 20, 2297 1:07:47 Partial 68.7S 151.6E -1.1915 0.6346 [66]
131 67 August 1, 2315 7:34:32 Partial 69.6S 43.3E -1.2761 0.4898 [67]
131 68 August 11, 2333 14:06:48 Partial 70.5S 66.9W -1.3558 0.3534 [68]
131 69 August 22, 2351 20:42:47 Partial 71.2S 178.6W -1.4322 0.2228 [69]
131 70 September 2, 2369 3:25:56 Partial 71.7S 67.4E -1.5027 0.1025 [70]

References

  • http://eclipse.gsfc.nasa.gov/SEsaros/SEsaros131.html
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