Stages of the Eclipse as seen from Scarborough.
Generated using COELIX software. Please click on the diagram to enlarge
TOTAL ECLIPSE OF THE HARVEST MOON - SUMMARY OF SIGNIFICANT MOMENTS
Eclipses of the Moon occur at FULL MOON when exactly alligned, the Moon enters the SHADOW of the Earth
ALL TIMES ARE UT ( Please remember to ADD ONE hour for local British Summer Time ( Local time on the clock )
PENUMBRA IS THE PARTIAL SHADOW OF THE EARTH
UMBRA IS THE EARTH''S FULL
MOON enters the PENUMBRA of the Earth's shadow (P1): 00h11 UT
MOON begins to enter the UMBRA of the Earth's shadow (U1):
01h 08 UT (=02h 08 BST)
MOON is completely in the UMBRA the full shadow (U2): 02h 11 UT (=03h 11 BST)
MAXIMUM TIME OF TOTALITY:
02h 48 UT (=03h 48 BST)
MOON begins to leave the UMBRA of the Earth's shadow (U3): 03h 25 UT (=04h 25 BST)
MOON leaves the UMBRA of the Earth's
shadow (U4): 04h 28 UT (=05h 28 BST)
MOON leaves the PENUMBRA of the Earth's shadow (P2)
05h 25 UT
( Eclipse ends)
This eclipse can be seen in its entirety from the Western parts of Europe and West Africa, The whole of South America, and the Eastern USA and Canada.
ECLIPSE takes place during the early hours of the morning, and is visible in its entirety from the United Kingdom and Ireland.
The eclipse is also visible from: Western Europe, Iceland and Greenland, West Africa, South America, the Eastern
USA and Eastern Canada. In the Americas, due to this part of the world being several hours behind UT., the eclipse is an evening one, starting on Sunday Night , the 27th. Please remember to deduct the appropriate number of hours for your particular time zone.and
remember to take into account the Daylight Saving hour!
So, for example, in NEW YORK STATE, USA, on Eastern Daylight Saving Time: you would deduct 5-1 = 4 hours from UT (Universal Time), and so on across the various time zones.
People observing from the E.U., on Central European Time should ADD 2 hour to the UT times given.