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Solar System Phenomena - Eclipses

Eclipses in the Year 2018

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Total Lunar Eclipse : 31 January
The eclipse is completely visible from eastern Asia, most of Australia, New Zealand, the Pacific Ocean and northwestern North America.
 
30 January 09:54 UT Moon at perigee.
31 January 10:51 UT The penumbral eclipse begins.
11:48 UT The partial eclipse begins.
12:51 UT The total eclipse begins.
13:26 UT Full Moon.
13:29 UT Instant of greatest eclipse: umbral magnitude = 1.32
14:07 UT The total eclipse ends.
15:11 UT The partial eclipse ends.
16:08 UT The penumbral eclipse ends.
18:46 UT Moon at ascending node.
Partial Solar Eclipse : 15 February
The eclipse is completely visible from parts of Antarctica and the southern tip of South America.
 
11 February 14:16 UT Moon at apogee.
14 February 18:46 UT Moon at descending node.
15 February 18:55 UT The partial eclipse begins.
20:51 UT Instant of greatest eclipse: magnitude = 0.599
21:05 UT New Moon.
22:47 UT The partial eclipse ends.
Partial Solar Eclipse : 13 July
The eclipse is completely visible from Tasmania and southern Australia.
 
13 July 01:48 UT The partial eclipse begins.
02:48 UT New Moon.
03:01 UT Instant of greatest eclipse: magnitude = 0.337
04:13 UT The partial eclipse ends.
08:28 UT Moon at perigee.
14 July 18:46 UT Moon at ascending node.
Total Lunar Eclipse : 27 July
The eclipse is completely visible from most of Africa, Madagascar, the Middle East, west central Asia, India and Sri Lanka.
 
27 July 05:44 UT Moon at apogee.
17:14 UT The penumbral eclipse begins.
18:24 UT The partial eclipse begins.
19:30 UT The total eclipse begins.
20:20 UT Full Moon.
20:21 UT Instant of greatest eclipse: umbral magnitude = 1.61
21:13 UT The total eclipse ends.
22:19 UT The partial eclipse ends.
22:40 UT Moon at descending node.
23:28 UT The penumbral eclipse ends.
Partial Solar Eclipse : 11 August
The eclipse is completely visible from Greenland, Iceland, northern Europe and northern Asia.
 
10 August 13:40 UT Moon at ascending node.
18:05 UT Moon at perigee.
11 August 08:02 UT The partial eclipse begins.
09:46 UT Instant of greatest eclipse: magnitude = 0.737
09:58 UT New Moon.
11:30 UT The partial eclipse ends.

Sources

Eclipse details are provided by Eclipses Online (H.M. Nautical Almanac Office) and EclipseWise.com (Fred Espenak).