This is a photographic wrap up of the partial lunar eclipse that started at 12:02 a.m. and ended at 6:01 a.m. CDT on 11/19/2021. What a long event, as the whole event spanned over a six hours and one minute time period throughout the nighttime hours on Friday morning. This happens when the moon enters Earth’s shadow and gets very close. This particular eclipse was within just 3% off totality–being at 97% totality. The eclipsed section of the moon turned very close to a blood red color nearest the point of the maximum partiality phase in the lunar eclipse. This was the second eclipse in a set of them over more than two years visible from the United States. The event was the longest partial lunar eclipse in modern history (the longest in 580 Years) and the last for a very long time. Enjoy these photos. . .

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Near Maximum Partiality: Partial Lunar Eclipse – Blood Beaver Moon – 11/19/2021 at 3:11 am Image © 2021 VersaTileer

Click any photo to see whole gallery of this eclipse.

What a super astronomical event this was, and weather in my area–in Illinois, weather certainly permitted, with perfect clear skies!!

See my lead-in to the eclipse in a gallery of the phases of crescent, first quarter and gibbous stages earlier this month in my article: Nov 18, 2021: Full Beaver Moon as the Longest “Blood Moon” and Partial Lunar Eclipse in Ages – Overnight

Upcoming Future Eclipse Data:

Lunar Eclipses: 2021 – 2030
Calendar Date TD of Greatest Eclipse Eclipse Type Saros Series Umbral Magnitude Eclipse Duration Geographic Region of
//Eclipse Visibility
11/19/2021 09:04:06 Partial 126 0.974 03h28m Americas,
n Europe, e Asia, Australia, Pacific
05/16/2022 04:12:42 Total 131 1.414 03h27m
01h25m
Americas,
Europe, Africa
11/08/2022 11:00:22 Total 136 1.359 03h40m
01h25m
Asia,
Australia, Pacific, Americas
05/05/2023 17:24:05 Penumbral 141 -0.046 Africa,
Asia, Australia
10/28/2023 20:15:18 Partial 146 0.122 01h17m e
Americas, Europe, Africa, Asia, Australia
03/25/2024 07:13:59 Penumbral 113 -0.132 Americas
09/18/2024 02:45:25 Partial 118 0.085 01h03m Americas,
Europe, Africa
03/14/2025 06:59:56 Total 123 1.178 03h38m
01h05m
Pacific,
Americas, w Europe, w Africa
09/07/2025 18:12:58 Total 128 1.362 03h29m
01h22m
Europe,
Africa, Asia, Australia
03/03/2026 11:34:52 Total 133 1.151 03h27m
00h58m
e Asia,
Australia, Pacific, Americas
08/28/2026 04:14:04 Partial 138 0.930 03h18m e Pacific,
Americas, Europe, Africa
02/20/2027 23:14:06 Penumbral 143 -0.057 Americas,
Europe, Africa, Asia
07/18/2027 16:04:09 Penumbral 110 -1.068 e Africa,
Asia, Australia, Pacific
08/17/2027 07:14:59 Penumbral 148 -0.525 Pacific,
Americas
01/12/2028 04:14:13 Partial 115 0.066 00h56m Americas,
Europe, Africa
07/06/2028 18:20:57 Partial 120 0.389 02h21m Europe,
Africa, Asia, Australia
12/31/2028 16:53:15 Total 125 1.246 03h29m
01h11m
Europe,
Africa, Asia, Australia, Pacific
06/26/2029 03:23:22 Total 130 1.844 03h40m
01h42m
Americas,
Europe, Africa, Mid East
12/20/2029 22:43:12 Total 135 1.117 03h33m
00h54m
Americas,
Europe, Africa, Asia
06/15/2030 18:34:34 Partial 140 0.502 02h24m Europe,
Africa, Asia, Australia
12/09/2030 22:28:51 Penumbral 145 -0.163 Americas,
Europe, Africa, Asia

Information courtesy of eclipse.gsfc.nasa.gov


More information on future solar and lunar eclipses can be found at timeanddate.com.

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