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Aug 27–28, 2026 – Partial Lunar Eclipse in Mexico

Partial Eclipse Visible
Aug 27–28, 2026
Mexico
Global Event: Partial Lunar Eclipse
Local Type: Partial Lunar Eclipse, in Mexico
Start of Penumbral: Thu, Aug 27, 2026 at 7:23 pm CST
Start of Partial: Thu, Aug 27, 2026 at 9:12 pm CST
End of Partial: Thu, Aug 27, 2026 at 11:13 pm CST
End of Penumbral: Fri, Aug 28, 2026 at 1:01 am CST

All times shown on this page are local time.

Location

Aug 27–28, 2026 – Partial Lunar Eclipse – Mexico

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This table provides the eclipse visibility and times for each state.

States in Mexico Where the Eclipse Is Visible

StateTypeStart of PenumbralEnd of Penumbral
Aguascalientes
Partial Lunar Eclipse
7:23 pm CST1:01 am CST
Baja California
Partial Lunar Eclipse
6:48 pm MST12:01 am PDT
Baja California Sur
Partial Lunar Eclipse
6:31 pm MST12:01 am MST
Campeche
Partial Lunar Eclipse
7:23 pm CST1:01 am CST
Chiapas
Partial Lunar Eclipse
7:23 pm CST1:01 am CST
Chihuahua
Partial Lunar Eclipse
7:23 pm CST1:01 am CST
Ciudad de México
Partial Lunar Eclipse
7:23 pm CST1:01 am CST
Coahuila de Zaragoza
Partial Lunar Eclipse
7:23 pm CST1:01 am CST
Colima
Partial Lunar Eclipse
7:23 pm CST1:01 am CST
Durango
Partial Lunar Eclipse
7:23 pm CST1:01 am CST
Guanajuato
Partial Lunar Eclipse
7:23 pm CST1:01 am CST
Guerrero
Partial Lunar Eclipse
7:23 pm CST1:01 am CST
Hidalgo
Partial Lunar Eclipse
7:23 pm CST1:01 am CST
Jalisco
Partial Lunar Eclipse
7:23 pm CST1:01 am CST
Michoacán
Partial Lunar Eclipse
7:23 pm CST1:01 am CST
Morelos
Partial Lunar Eclipse
7:23 pm CST1:01 am CST
México
Partial Lunar Eclipse
7:23 pm CST1:01 am CST
Nayarit
Partial Lunar Eclipse
6:23 pm MST12:01 am MST
Nuevo León
Partial Lunar Eclipse
7:23 pm CST1:01 am CST
Oaxaca
Partial Lunar Eclipse
7:23 pm CST1:01 am CST
Puebla
Partial Lunar Eclipse
7:23 pm CST1:01 am CST
Querétaro
Partial Lunar Eclipse
7:23 pm CST1:01 am CST
Quintana Roo
Partial Lunar Eclipse
8:23 pm EST2:01 am EST
San Luis Potosí
Partial Lunar Eclipse
7:23 pm CST1:01 am CST
Sinaloa
Partial Lunar Eclipse
6:23 pm MST12:01 am MST
Sonora
Partial Lunar Eclipse
6:30 pm MST12:01 am MST
Tabasco
Partial Lunar Eclipse
7:23 pm CST1:01 am CST
Tamaulipas
Partial Lunar Eclipse
7:23 pm CST1:01 am CST
Tlaxcala
Partial Lunar Eclipse
7:23 pm CST1:01 am CST
Veracruz
Partial Lunar Eclipse
7:23 pm CST1:01 am CST
Yucatán
Partial Lunar Eclipse
7:23 pm CST1:01 am CST
Zacatecas
Partial Lunar Eclipse
7:23 pm CST1:01 am CST

All times shown on this page are local time. (Note: more than one time zone is listed.)

This table provides the eclipse visibility and times for each city,

Selection of Cities in Mexico Where the Eclipse Is Visible

LocationObscurationStartMaxEndAvg. Cloud Cover
Acapulco
93.91%
7:23 pm10:12 pm1:01 am CST
66 %
Aguascalientes
93.91%
7:23 pm10:12 pm1:01 am CST
56 %
Chihuahua
93.91%
7:23 pm10:12 pm1:01 am CST
34 %
Guadalajara
93.91%
7:23 pm10:12 pm1:01 am CST
70 %
Leon
93.91%
7:23 pm10:12 pm1:01 am CST
61 %
Mazatlan
93.91%
6:23 pm9:12 pm12:01 am MST
66 %
Merida
93.91%
7:23 pm10:12 pm1:01 am CST
70 %

All times shown on this page are local time. (Note: more than one time zone is listed.)

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Eclipses Visible in Mexico

Eclipse Visibility from MexicoVisibility Worldwide
Mar 24–25, 2024 Penumbral Lunar EclipsePenumbral Lunar Eclipse
Apr 8, 2024 Total Solar EclipseTotal Solar Eclipse
Sep 17, 2024 Partial Lunar EclipsePartial Lunar Eclipse
Oct 2, 2024 Partial Solar EclipseAnnular Solar Eclipse
Mar 13–14, 2025 Total Lunar EclipseTotal Lunar Eclipse

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Next total solar eclipse in Mexico

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