Tuesday, 14 June 2011

Total Lunar Eclipse on June 15th

For sky watchers and Lunar photographers there will be a total Lunar eclipse on 15th June. Unfortunately the ony continent which will not be able to see it is North America but it will be visible from the rest of the world. This will be the longest Lunar eclipse for 11 years and will last 100 minutes with the Moon in the shadow of the Earth.

Further information and timing can be found by clicking on the following:


All we need is a clear sky!


  1. It should be a bit warmer than the last one. I assumed it would be a little early......We will see.

  2. Thanks for the tip - that's exciting!

  3. Great Information .
    Please request our PANDIT ji not to be give ill effects & bad inputs of this GRAHAN to our people. Enjoy looking the great happening in the SKY.

  4. Can some one tell me the time of the lunar eclipse in India time? It’s starting and ending time.

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  6. John, I'm all set up but it is peeing it down..............C''est la vie. Many thanks I.ll repost one from before Christmas.
    For ever the optimist the sky will clear.


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