The event begins at 01:48 UTC and ends at 04:14 UTC. The moment of greatest eclipse will take place at about 03:00 UTC, almost 5 hours before the Moon reaches perigee. The Sun will be in the constellation of Gemini.
Partial coverage of the Sun will be visible in parts of southern Australia, such as:
Melbourne, Victoria (maximum magnitude of 0.022558);
Geelong, Victoria (maximum magnitude of 0.031923);
Mount Gambier, South Australia (maximum magnitude of 0.045189);
Hobart, Tasmania (maximum magnitude 0.094527);
Launceston, Tasmania (maximum magnitude 0.072570).
The eclipse will also be visible in Stewart Island in the far south of New Zealand.
This eclipse belongs to Saros 117 and is number 69 of 71 eclipses in the series.
All eclipses in this series occur at the Moon's ascending node.
The Moon moves southward with respect to the node with each succeeding eclipse in the series and gamma decreases.
This is a very deep partial eclipse. It has an eclipse magnitude of 0.3365, while Gamma has a value of -1.3542.
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