June 2048 lunar eclipse

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June 2048 lunar eclipse
Partial eclipse
Date26 June 2048
Gamma0.6796
Magnitude0.6388[1]
Saros cycle140 (26 of 77[2])
Partiality159 minutes 10 seconds
Penumbral285 minutes 44 seconds

A partial lunar eclipse will take place on June 26, 2048. The Moon will be strikingly shadowed in this deep partial eclipse lasting 2 hours and 39 minutes, with 64% of the Moon in darkness at maximum.

Visibility[edit]

Lunar eclipse from moon-2048Jun26.png

Related lunar eclipses[edit]

Lunar year series[edit]

Lunar eclipse series sets from 2046-2049
Descending node   Ascending node
Saros Date
Viewing
Type
Chart
Saros Date
Viewing
Type
Chart
115 2046 Jan 22
Lunar eclipse from moon-2046Jan22.png
Partial
Lunar eclipse chart close-2046Jan22.png
120 2046 Jul 18
Lunar eclipse from moon-2046Jul18.png
Partial
Lunar eclipse chart close-2046Jul18.png
125 2047 Jan 12
Lunar eclipse from moon-2047Jan12.png
Total
Lunar eclipse chart close-2047Jan12.png
130 2047 Jul 07
Lunar eclipse from moon-2047Jul07.png
Total
Lunar eclipse chart close-2047Jul07.png
135 2048 Jan 01
Lunar eclipse from moon-2048Jan01.png
Total
Lunar eclipse chart close-2048Jan01.png
140 2048 Jun 26
Lunar eclipse from moon-2048Jun26.png
Partial
Lunar eclipse chart close-2048Jun26.png
145 2048 Dec 20
Lunar eclipse from moon-2048Dec20.png
Penumbral
Lunar eclipse chart close-2048Dec20.png
150 2049 Jun 15
Lunar eclipse from moon-2049Jun15.png
Penumbral
Lunar eclipse chart close-2049Jun15.png
Last set 2045 Aug 27 Last set 2045 Mar 03
Next set 2049 Nov 09 Next set 2049 May 17

Half-Saros cycle[edit]

A lunar eclipse will be preceded and followed by solar eclipses by 9 years and 5.5 days (a half saros).[3] This lunar eclipse is related to two annular solar eclipses of Solar Saros 147.

June 21, 2039 July 1, 2057
SE2039Jun21A.png SE2057Jul01A.png

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ For a partial or total lunar eclipse, this value denotes the umbral magnitude. For a penumbral lunar eclipse, this denotes the penumbral magnitude.
  2. ^ Lunar Saros 140 - Fred Espenak's GSFC Eclipse Canon
  3. ^ Mathematical Astronomy Morsels, Jean Meeus, p.110, Chapter 18, The half-saros

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