Eclipse Calculator – Eclipses in Kampala, Uganda
Eclipse visible in Kampala – Oct 28 – Oct 29, 2023 Partial Lunar Eclipse
The animation shows approximately what the eclipse looks like from the night side of earth.
This is an approximate representation. The eclipse and moon will look slightly different in real life.
During this partial lunar eclipse, the Earth's shadow covers only parts of the Moon, as seen from Kampala. As the central part of the Earth's shadow (umbra) misses the Moon during a partial lunar eclipse, there are no other locations on Earth where the Moon appears completely covered during this event.
The Earth's shadow covers only a small portion of the Moon.
Local times for eclipse in Kampala on Saturday, October 28, 2023
Click on the Sun/Moon symbol in the “Looks like” column to see what the eclipse looks like during the different phases of the event.Kampala (EAT - Eastern Africa Time).
Other eclipses visible in Kampala
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|Eclipse||Type at max||Visibility in|
|Looks like in|
|Path of the eclipse|
|Jul 27 / Jul 28, 2018||Lunar||Total||Total|
|Jan 21, 2019||Lunar||Total||Partial|
|Jul 16 / Jul 17, 2019||Lunar||Partial||Partial|
|Jan 10 / Jan 11, 2020||Lunar||Penumbral||Penumbral|
|Jun 5 / Jun 6, 2020||Lunar||Penumbral||Penumbral|
|Jun 21, 2020||Solar||Annular||Partial|
|Jul 5, 2020||Lunar||Penumbral||Penumbral|
|May 16, 2022||Lunar||Total||Total|
|May 5, 2023||Lunar||Penumbral||Penumbral|
|Oct 28 / Oct 29, 2023||Lunar||Partial||Partial|
|Sep 18, 2024||Lunar||Partial||Partial|
|Sep 7, 2025||Lunar||Total||Total|
|Aug 28, 2026||Lunar||Partial||Partial|
|Feb 21, 2027||Lunar||Penumbral||Penumbral|
|Aug 2, 2027||Solar||Total||Partial|
|Jan 12, 2028||Lunar||Partial||Penumbral|
|Jul 6, 2028||Lunar||Partial||Partial|
|Dec 31, 2028||Lunar||Total||Total|
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