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As it is the lunar eclipse here on Earth (seen in India, the southern part of the Far East, Australia, the Indian Ocean, Africa and many parts of Antarctica), there it is a solar eclipse seen at 65 degrees above the horizon and is seen to the north. I think there or north of it are the furthermost areas that will see totality of the solar eclipse on the Moon, north of that are seen as partial. Other areas that the furthermost areas that will see totality I think will be at around Pitatus, Fermat, Polybius, the vicinity of Borda, Fracastorius, Wrottesley and Petavius. Terriffic Dunker Guy (talk) 18:31, 7 August 2017 (UTC)