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Flag for U.S.A. May 24, 1937 — Penumbral Lunar Eclipse — Anchorage, Alaska, U.S.A.

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Monday, May 24, 1937 at 9:51 PM

Global Type: Penumbral Lunar Eclipse


Anchorage: Penumbral Lunar Eclipse


Began: Mon, May 24, 1937 at 7:43 PM

Maximum: Mon, May 24, 1937 at 9:51 PM

Ended: Mon, May 24, 1937 at 11:58 PM


Duration: 4 hours, 15 minutes

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May 24, 1937 — Penumbral Lunar Eclipse — Anchorage

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Animation: How the Penumbral Lunar Eclipse Looked

During this penumbral lunar eclipse, the Earth's main shadow did not cover the Moon. As the Earth's shadow (umbra) misses the Moon during a penumbral lunar eclipse, there were no other locations on Earth where the Moon appeared partially or totally eclipsed during this event. A penumbral lunar eclipse can be a bit hard to see, as the shadowed part is only a little bit fainter than the rest of the Moon.

More about the May 25, 1937 — Penumbral Lunar Eclipse

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Phases and local times of this eclipse

MoonriseMaxEnd
9:06 PM May 249:51 PM May 2411:58 PM May 24
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Local times for eclipse in Anchorage on Monday, May 24, 1937

EventTime in AnchorageDirectionAltitudeLooks likeComments
Penumbral Eclipse beginsMay 24 at 7:43 PM124°Southeast7.5° belowNot directly visibleBelow horizon
MoonriseMay 24 at 9:06 PM142°Southeast0.0° belowNot directly visibleBelow horizon
Maximum EclipseMay 24 at 9:51 PM151°South-southeast2.5°
Moon is closest to the center of the shadow.
Moon close to horizon, so make sure you have free sight to South-southeast.
Penumbral Eclipse endsMay 24 at 11:58 PM180°South6.0°
The Earth's penumbra ends.
Moon close to horizon, so make sure you have free sight to South.
Times are local for Anchorage ( – (null)).

This eclipse is in progress during moonrise or moonset, so only parts of the eclipse are visible in Anchorage.

The animation's bottom edge represents an ideal, flat horizon, which is at the same altitude as the observer.

Eclipses visible in Anchorage

Eclipse Visibility from AnchorageVisibility Worldwide
YearDateTypeDegreeLooks likeMax degreePath of the eclipse
1930Apr 12LunarPartial
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1930Apr 28SolarPartial
Total
1931Sep 11SolarPartial
Partial
1932Mar 22LunarPartial
Partial
1932Aug 31SolarPartial
Total
1933Feb 10LunarPenumbral
Penumbral
1933Mar 11LunarPenumbral
Penumbral
1933Sep 3LunarPenumbral
Penumbral
1934Jan 30LunarPartial
Partial
1934Feb 13SolarPartial
Total
1934Jul 25 / Jul 26LunarPartial
Partial
1935Jan 19LunarTotal
Total
1936Jan 8LunarTotal
Total
1936Jun 18SolarPartial
Total
1936Dec 27LunarPenumbral
Penumbral
1937May 24LunarPenumbral
Penumbral
1937Nov 17 / Nov 18LunarPartial
Partial
1937Dec 2SolarPartial
Annular
1938May 13 / May 14LunarTotal
Total
1938Nov 21SolarPartial
Partial
1939Apr 19SolarAnnular
Annular
1939May 3LunarPartial
Total
1939Oct 27LunarPartial
Partial
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