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Eclipses in Flåm, Norway

Nov 30, 2020 at 8:58 am
Max View in Flåm
Global Event: Penumbral Lunar Eclipse
Local Type: Penumbral Lunar Eclipse, in Flåm
Begins: Mon, Nov 30, 2020 at 8:32 am
Maximum: Mon, Nov 30, 2020 at 8:58 am -0.827 Magnitude
Ends: Mon, Nov 30, 2020 at 9:06 am
Duration: 34 minutes
Location

November 30, 2020 — Penumbral Lunar Eclipse — Flåm

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The animation shows what the eclipse approximately looks like in Flåm. Stages and times of the eclipse are outlined below. All times are local time (CET) for Flåm.

TimePhaseEventDirectionAltitude
8:32 am Mon, Nov 30
Penumbral Eclipse begins The Earth's penumbra start touching the Moon's face.
Moon close to horizon, so make sure you have free sight to Northwest.
Map direction Northwest 308°
2.3°
8:58 am Mon, Nov 30
Maximum in Flåm This is the moment when the eclipse reaches its greatest magnitude while the entire Moon is above the horizon in Flåm. The true maximum point of this eclipse cannot be seen in Flåm because the Moon is below the horizon at that time.
Since the Moon is near the horizon at this time, we recommend going to a high point or finding an unobstructed area with free sight to Northwest for the best view of the eclipse.
Map direction Northwest 314°
0.3°
9:06 am Mon, Nov 30SettingMoonset Setting, but the combination of a very low moon and the total eclipse phase makes the Moon so dim before it sets, that it might disappear from view some time before it sets.Map direction Northwest 315°
-0.2°
10:42 am Mon, Nov 30Not directly visibleMaximum Eclipse Below horizonMap direction North-northwest 336°
-6.9°
12:53 pm Mon, Nov 30Not directly visiblePenumbral Eclipse ends Below horizonMap direction North
-8.8°

During this penumbral lunar eclipse, the Earth's main shadow does not cover the Moon. As the Earth's shadow (umbra) misses the Moon during a penumbral lunar eclipse, there are no other locations on Earth where the Moon appears 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.


Eclipses and Transits Visible in Flåm

Eclipse Visibility From FlåmVisibility Worldwide
Nov 30, 2020 Penumbral Lunar EclipsePenumbral Lunar Eclipse Much of Europe, Much of Asia, Australia, North America, South America, Pacific, Atlantic, Arctic
Jun 10, 2021 Partial Solar EclipseAnnular Solar Eclipse Much of Europe, Much of Asia, North/West Africa, Much of North America, Atlantic, Arctic
Nov 19, 2021 Partial Lunar EclipsePartial Lunar Eclipse Much of Europe, Much of Asia, Australia, North/West Africa, North America, South America, Pacific, Atlantic, Indian Ocean, Arctic
May 16, 2022 Partial Lunar EclipseTotal Lunar Eclipse South/West Europe, South/West Asia, Africa, Much of North America, South America, Pacific, Atlantic, Indian Ocean, Antarctica
Oct 25, 2022 Partial Solar EclipsePartial Solar Eclipse Europe, South/West Asia, North/East Africa, Atlantic

Note: Click on the date link for details in Flåm, or the path map image for global details. Currently shown eclipse is highlighted.

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