As we are marching towards the end of this year, we are about to experience one more eclipse. This time , its a partial lunar eclipse and it happens on the last day of this year.That is December 31st 2009,The New Year's Eve.The most part of the eclipse is visible from the eastern hemisphere and the entire magnitude of this eclipse is 0.0763.
The greatest of the eclipse takes place at 19.23 (Universal time) and that is when the eclipse reaches the highest magnitude, which is 0.0763. As the eclipse occurs in the eastern hemisphere, most of the Asian,European and African countries can experience this eclipse.
The following table has the list of few places and the time during which the eclipse occurs there. All the time listed here are the local timings of that place.
|Eclipse start time||Eclipse end time||Max eclipse time|
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