Lunar Eclipse December 2011 TimeSome occasions are cannot forget because of their regular interval specially coming many times in one year. A lunar eclipse occurs when the Moon passes behind the Earth so that the Earth blocks the Sun’s rays from striking the Moon. This can occur only when the Sun, Earth, and Moon are aligned exactly, or very closely so, with the Earth in the middle. This occur when moon is of full night and moon is at its peak.  The type and length of an eclipse depend upon the Moon’s location with relevant of Earth and Son.This is the last lunar Eclipse of year 2011.If you still thinking that what is Lunar Eclipse is?

Lunar Eclipse December 2011 Time

10 December 2011 is the confirmed Date of Lunar Eclipse In Year 2011. Before this Lunar Eclipse December 2011 is the second Lunar.The most recent total lunar eclipse occurred on June 15, 2011; it was a central eclipse, visible over Europe and South America after sunset, over Africa and most of Asia, and Australia before sunrise. It lasted 100 minutes. But Now Lunar Eclipse In December 2011 having different way out and also watchable from different areas as timing and countries are given below:

Countries Where Lunar Eclipse Of December are viewable

  • Alaska
  • Northern Canada
  • Australia
  • New Zealand
  • Central Asia
  • Eastern Asia

Viewers from North America and Hawaii will see the moonset still in eclipse. The best View can be get from Central and Eastern Asia.

Lunar Eclipse 10 December 2011 Timing

The eclipse’s total phase lasts for 51 minutes. It starts at at 11:33:36 Universal Time (UT), with totality starting at 14:06:16 UT.The point of the greatest eclipse occurs at 14:31:49 UT. The umbral eclipse magnitude will reach 1.11 at this point.Totality ends at 14:57:24 UT, and the entire eclipse finally ends at 17:29:57 UT.

Note: Universal Time (UT) is a timescale based on the earth’s rotation. UT is expected to be about 0.35 seconds behind Coordinated Universal Time (UTC) during most of June. Eclipse information courtesy of Fred Espenak, NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center, and P. Harrington, author of Eclipse! The What, Where, When, Why & How Guide to Watching Solar and Lunar Eclipses.

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