June 2058 lunar eclipse

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The moon passes west to east (right to left) across the Earth's umbral shadow, shown in hourly intervals.

A total lunar eclipse will take place on June 6, 2058. The moon will pass through the center of the Earth's shadow.

Visibility[edit]

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Related lunar eclipses[edit]

Lunar year series[edit]

Lunar eclipse series sets from 2056-2060
Descending node   Ascending node
111 2056 Jun 27
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penumbral
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116 2056 Dec 22
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penumbral
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121 2057 Jun 17
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partial
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126 2057 Dec 11
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partial
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131 2058 Jun 06
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total
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136 2058 Nov 30
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total
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141 2059 May 27
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partial
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146 2059 Nov 19
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partial
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156 2060 Nov 08
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penumbral
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Saros series[edit]

Lunar Saros series 131, has 72 lunar eclipses.

This eclipse series began in AD 1427 with a partial eclipse at the southern edge of the Earth's shadow when the Moon was close to its descending node. Each successive Saros cycle, the Moon's orbital path is shifted northward with respect to the Earth's shadow, with the first total eclipse occurring in 1950. For the following 252 years, total eclipses occur, with the central eclipse being predicted to occur in 2078. The first partial eclipse after this is predicted to occur in the year 2220, and the final partial eclipse of the series will occur in 2707. The total lifetime of the lunar Saros series 131 is 1280 years.

Because of the ⅓ fraction of days in a Saros cycle, the visibility of each eclipse will differ for an observer at a given fixed locale. For the lunar Saros series 131, the first total eclipse of 1950 had its best visibility for viewers in Eastern Europe and the Middle East because mid-eclipse was at 20:44 UT. The following eclipse in the series occurred approximately 8 hours later in the day with mid-eclipse at 4:47 UT, and was best seen from North America and South America. The third total eclipse occurred approximately 8 hours later in the day than the second eclipse with mid-eclipse at 12:43 UT, and had its best visibility for viewers in the Western Pacific, East Asia, Australia and New Zealand. This cycle of visibility repeats from the initiation to termination of the series, with minor variations.

Greatest First
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The greatest eclipse of the series will occur on 2094 Jun 28, lasting 102 minutes.[1]
Penumbral Partial Total Central
1427 May 10 1553 July 25 1950 Apr 2 2022 May 16
Last
Central Total Partial Penumbral
2148 Jul 31 2202 Sep 3 2563 Apr 9 2707 Jul 7
1901–2100
1914 Mar 12 1932 Mar 22 1950 Apr 2
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1968 Apr 13 1986 Apr 24 2004 May 4
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2022 May 16 2040 May 26 2058 Jun 6
Lunar eclipse chart close-2022may16.png Lunar eclipse from moon-2022May16.png Lunar eclipse chart close-2040May26.png Lunar eclipse from moon-2040May26.png Lunar eclipse chart close-2058Jun06.png Lunar eclipse from moon-2058Jun06.png
2076 Jun 17 2094 Jun 28
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Tritos series[edit]

The tritos series repeats 31 days short of 11 years at alternating nodes. Sequential events have incremental Saros cycle indices.

This series produces 20 total eclipses between April 24, 1967 and August 1, 2167, only being partial on November 19, 2021.

Tritos eclipse series (subset 1901–2100)
Descending node   Ascending node
Saros Date
Viewing
Type
chart
Saros Date
Viewing
Type
chart
115 1901 Oct 27
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Partial
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116 1912 Sep 26
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Partial
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117 1923 Aug 26
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Partial
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118 1934 Jul 26
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Partial
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119 1945 Jun 25
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Partial
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120 1956 May 24
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Partial
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121 1967 Apr 24
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Total
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122 1978 Mar 24
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Total
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123 1989 Feb 20
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Total
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124 2000 Jan 21
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Total
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125 2010 Dec 21
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Total
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126 2021 Nov 19
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Partial
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127 2032 Oct 18
Lunar eclipse from moon-2032Oct18.png
Total
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128 2043 Sep 19
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Total
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129 2058 Jun 6
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Total
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130 2069 May 6
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Total
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131 2080 Apr 4
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Total
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132 2091 Mar 5
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Total
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Inex series[edit]

The inex series repeats eclipses 20 days short of 29 years, repeating on average every 10571.95 days. This period is equal to 358 lunations (synodic months) and 388.5 draconic months. Saros series increment by one on successive Inex events and repeat at alternate ascending and descending lunar nodes.

This period is 383.6734 anomalistic months (the period of the Moon's elliptical orbital precession). Despite the average 0.05 time-of-day shift between subsequent events, the variation of the Moon in its elliptical orbit at each event causes the actual eclipse time to vary significantly.

All events in this series shown (from 1000 to 2500 and beyond) are central total lunar eclipses.

Inex series from 1000–2500 AD
Descending node Ascending node Descending node Ascending node
Saros Date Saros Date Saros Date Saros Date
95 1016 May 24 96 1045 May 3 97 1074 Apr 14 98 1103 Mar 25
99 1132 Mar 3 100 1161 Feb 12 101 1190 Jan 23 102 1219 Jan 2
103 1247 Dec 13 104 1276 Nov 23 105 1305 Nov 2 106 1334 Oct 13
107 1363 Sep 23 108 1392 Sep 2 109 1421 Aug 13 110 1450 Jul 24
111 1479 Jul 4 112 1508 Jun 13
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113 1537 May 24 114 1566 May 4
115 1595 Apr 24 116 1624 Apr 3 117 1653 Mar 14 118 1682 Feb 21
119 1711 Feb 3 120 1740 Jan 13 121 1768 Dec 23 122 1797 Dec 4
123 1826 Nov 14 124 1855 Oct 25 125 1884 Oct 4 126 1913 Sep 15
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127 1942 Aug 26
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128 1971 Aug 6
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129 2000 Jul 16
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130 2029 Jun 26
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131 2058 Jun 6
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132 2087 May 17
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133 2116 Apr 27 134 2145 Apr 7
135 2174 Mar 18 136 2203 Feb 26 137 2232 Feb 7 138 2261 Jan 17
139 2289 Dec 27 140 2318 Dec 9 141 2347 Nov 19 142 2376 Oct 28
143 2405 Oct 8 144 2434 Sep 18 145 2463 Aug 29 146 2492 Aug 8
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