November 2022 lunar eclipse

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The moon passed through the center of the Earth's shadow

A total lunar eclipse will take place on November 8, 2022. The moon will pass through the center of the Earth's shadow.

Visibility[edit]

It will be completely visible over the Pacific, and most of North America, will be seen rising over Australia and Asia, and setting over South America and eastern North America.

Lunar eclipse from moon-2022Nov08.png

Related eclipses[edit]

Lunar year series[edit]

Lunar eclipse series sets from 2020-2023
Descending node
Saros Date
Viewing
Type
Chart
111 2020 Jun 05
Lunar eclipse from moon-2020Jun05.png
Penumbral
Lunar eclipse chart close-2020Jun05.png
121 2021 May 26
Lunar eclipse from moon-2021May26.png
Total
Lunar eclipse chart close-2021May26.png
131 2022 May 16
Lunar eclipse from moon-2022May16.png
Total
Lunar eclipse chart close-2022may16.png
141 2023 May 05
Lunar eclipse from moon-2023May05.png
Penumbral
Lunar eclipse chart close-2023May05.png
Last set 2020 Jan 10
Next set 2024 Sep 18
Ascending node
Saros Date
Viewing
Type
Chart
116 2020 Nov 30
Lunar eclipse from moon-2020Nov30.png
Penumbral
Lunar eclipse chart close-2020Nov30.png
126 2021 Nov 19
Lunar eclipse from moon-2021Nov19.png
Partial
Lunar eclipse chart close-2021Nov19.png
136 2022 Nov 08
Lunar eclipse from moon-2022Nov08.png
Total
Lunar eclipse chart close-2022nov08.png
146 2023 Oct 28
Lunar eclipse from moon-2023Oct28.png
Partial
Lunar eclipse chart close-2023Oct28.png
Last set 2020 Jul 05
Next set 2024 Mar 25

Saros series[edit]

This eclipse is a part of Saros cycle 136, and the first of the series that passes through the center of the Earth's shadow. The last occurrence was on October 28, 2004. The next occurrence is November 18, 2040.

Metonic series[edit]

This eclipse is the third of four Metonic cycle lunar eclipses on the same date, November 8–9:

The Metonic cycle repeats nearly exactly every 19 years and represents a Saros cycle plus one lunar year. Because it occurs on the same calendar date, the earth's shadow will be in nearly the same location relative to the background stars.

  1. 1984 May 15 - penumbral (111)
  2. 2003 May 16 - total (121)
  3. 2022 May 16 - total (131)
  4. 2041 May 16 - penumbral (141)
  1. 1984 Nov 8 - penumbral (116)
  2. 2003 Nov 9 - total (126)
  3. 2022 Nov 8 - total (136)
  4. 2041 Nov 8 - partial (146)
  5. 2060 Nov 8 - penumbral (156)
Metonic lunar eclipses 1984-2041D.png Metonic lunar eclipses 1984-2041.png

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