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Re: July 16, 2000 total lunar eclipse: details needed

From: T. R. Govindarajan (tgovindarajan_at_lucent.com)
Date: Fri Jul 14 2000 - 20:36:32 PDT

Dear Sri. Chandrasekaran:
As per farmer's almanac, the beginning of umbral phase will be visible from the
western
third of North America and extreme southern sections of South America, Hawaii,
the
Pacific ocean, Australia, New Zealand, eastern and southeastern sections of Asia
and
eastern half of Indian ocean.

Circumstances of the eclipse: EDT
moon enters umra 6.57 am. 
total eclipse begins 8.02 m,
deepest eclipse 8.56 am
total eclipse ends 9.49 am. 
moon leaves umra 10.54 am. Please consult the local daily newspaper or media for
more details.

As per farmer's almanac, the next total lunar eclipse with longer duration will
be
in 22nd century on June 9, 2123.

regards

govindarajan


Chandrasekaran Venkatraman wrote:
> 
> Dear Sri Govindarajan,
> This NASA report doesn't say that it is not visible in West coast.
> Is it visible in west coast?
> 
> Thanks.
> chandrasekaran.
> 
>

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