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petevasey

Lunar eclipse 19th January 2019

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I'm in NE England,  55 deg N Lat, 2 deg W Long.  The next total Lunar eclipse the entirety of which will be visible from my home will be in the early hours of 21st January 2019. Even that one ends low in the West at dawn.  While there are others after that event, one or two showing totality very low in the sky, the next entirely visible one will not be until 20th December 2029.  And it will be a beauty - 10:40 pm and 55 degrees altitude at maximum eclipse.  Well, I'll be 86 by then if I live that long. Better make the most of 2019 and hope for clear skies!

Cheers,

Peter

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