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LIST OF THE ECLIPSES OF THE MOON

from 2000 to 2020

 The next table provides the list of the eclipses of the Moon occurring between January 1, 2000 and December 31, 2020. In this table, we give: the date of the eclipse, the type of eclipse, the timing of the maximum of the eclipse, its magnitude and the aera of visibility. More details on the phases of the eclipse and a map of the zone of visibility of the eclipse are proposed following the link on the date. 

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 Date  Type  Maximum in UT  Magnitude  zone of visibility
 July 16, 2000  total  13h 55m 48s  1.773  Asia, Oceania, Pacific
 January 9, 2001  total   20h 18m 47s  1.195 Europe, Asia, Africa
July 5, 2001 partial 14h 55m 1s 0.499 Indonesia, Australia, Antarctica
December 30, 2001 penombra  10h 32m 48s  0.919 Pacific, North America
May 26, 2002  penombra  11h 27m 33s  0.715 Indian and Pacific Oceans
June 24, 2002  penombra  21h 38m 25s  0.235 Europe, Africa
November 19/20, 2002  partial  1h 2m 5s  0.886 Americas, Europe, Africa
May 16, 2003  total  3h 24m 53s  1.134 South America, Atlantic Ocean
November 8/9, 2003  total  0h 57m 10s  1.018 Europe, Africa, Atlantic Ocean
May 4, 2004  total  20h 43m 49s  1.309 Middle-East, Indian Ocean
October 28, 2004  total  3h 19m 22s  1.313 Americas, Europe, Atlantic Ocean
April 24, 2005  penombra  10h 51m 8s  0.890 North America , Australia, Pacific
October 17, 2005  partial  12h 57m 12s  0.068 Alaska, East of Siberia, Pacific
March 14, 2006  penombra  22h 40m 3s  1.056 Europe, Africa
September 7, 2006  partial  17h 59m 53s  0.189 Asia, Indian Ocean, East of Africa
March 3/4, 2007  total   23h 0m 37s  1.237 Europe, Africa
August 28, 2007  total  10h 25m 32s  1.481 Pacific Ocean
February 21, 2008  total  3h 48m 17s  1.111 Américas, Europe
August 16, 2008  partial  21h 39m 51s  0.813 Europe, Africa
February 9, 2009  penumbra  15h 28m 28s  0.925 Asia, Oceania
July 7, 2009  penumbra  9h 0m 26s  0.182 Pacific Ocean
August 5/6, 2009  penumbra   1h 44m 47s  0.428 Europe, Africa, South America
December 31, 2009  partial   19h 4m 36s  0.082 Asia, Europe, Africa
June 26, 2010  partial   11h 27m 12s  0.542 Oceania
December 21, 2010  total   8h 13m 27s  1.261 Pacific Ocean, North America
June 15, 2011  total   20h 13m 8s  1.700 Middle-East, Indian Ocean
December 10, 2011  total   14h 32m 20s  1.106 Asia, Oceania
June 4, 2012  partial  11h 1m 29s  1.0295 Oceania
November 28, 2012  penumbra  14h 23m 50s  0.915 Oceania
April 25, 2013  partial  20h 33m 45s  0.015 Europe, Asia, Africa
May 25, 2013  penumbra   3h 55m 6s  0.016 Americas
October 18/19, 2013  penumbra   0h 26m 41s (le 19)  0.765  Europe, Africa, Greenland
April 15, 2014  total   7h 55m 8s  1.291 Americas
October 8, 2014  total   11h 6m 59s  1.166 Pacific Ocean
April 4, 2015  total   11h 44m 6s  1.001 Australia, Pacific Ocean
September 29, 2015  total   2h 36m 16s  1.276 Americas, Europe
March 23, 2016  penumbra  11h 3m 9s  0.775 Pacific Ocean
September 16, 2016  penumbra  18h 18m 35s  0.908 Asia, Indian Ocean
February 10/11 2017  penumbra   1h 10m 38s (on 11)  0.988 Africa, Greenland, Europe
August 7, 2017  partial   18h 40m 45s  0.247 Asia, Indian Ocean, Australia
31 janvier 2018  total   13h 35m 34s  1,315 Asia, Oceania
July 27, 2018  total   20h 23m 41s  1.601 Africa, Indian Ocean, Central Asia
January 21, 2019  total  5h 7m 40s  1.196 Americas
July 16/17, 2019  partial  21h 25m 2s (on 16)  0.653 Africa, Middle-East
January 10, 2020  penumbra  19h 4m 11s  0.896 Europe, Africa, Asia
June 5, 2020  penumbra  18h 57m 45s  0.569 Africa, Central Asia
July 5, 2020  penumbra  4h 29m 4s  0.355 Americas
November 30, 2020  penumbra 9h 8m 0s  0.829 Oceania, Pacific Ocean

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