Lunar Eclipse on April 25, 2013 

A partial lunar eclipse will take place on April 25, 2013. It is the first of three lunar eclipses in 2013. Only a tiny part of moon will be covered by the Earth’s umbral shadow at maximum eclipse, but the entire northern half of the moon will be darkened from being inside the penumbral shadow.

Locations where this Eclipse will be seen:

  • Parts of Europe
  • Parts of North America
  • Parts of South America
  • Parts of Asia
  • Parts of Africa
  • Parts of Australia
  • Indian Ocean

KEY TIMES FOR THE LUNAR ECLIPSE:


  • Penumbral Eclipse Begins – 25 Apr, 18:05 (UTC Time)
  • Maximum Eclipse – 25 Apr, 20:08 (UTC Time)
  • Penumbral Eclipse End – 25 Apr, 22:10 (UTC Time)

Note: Actual eclipse visibility depends on weather conditions and line of sight to the Moon. Since it is a penumbral eclipse, it can be hard to see, as the moon will only be a bit fainter.This is the second shortest partial eclipse of the moon for the 21st century.


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