Solar & Lunar Eclipses App for iOS
Your guide to solar & lunar eclipses around the globe.
You can select any location to see the local type, date, and time of the eclipse. Animation showing this eclipse in your city.
Jun 5, 2020 at 17:45:51 UTC
A total lunar eclipse happens when Earth's shadow blocks the direct light from the Sun reaching the Full Moon.
Find out why a totally eclipsed Moon turns a shade of red.
On January 20/21, the Earth will come between the Sun and a Super Moon, completely covering January's Wolf Moon with its shadow for over 60 minutes. Everything you need to know about this Super Wolf Blood Moon total lunar eclipse.
A lunar eclipse can be seen with the naked eye, unlike solar eclipses, which have special safety requirements.
A partial lunar eclipse happens when the Earth moves between the Sun and the Moon, but they are not precisely aligned.
A penumbral lunar eclipse occurs when the outer shadow of Earth falls on the Moon's face. It is easy to miss this type of lunar eclipse.
It takes both skill and good equipment to photograph a lunar eclipse aka a Blood Moon. Here are a few tips to help you on your way.
Eclipse magnitude is a number that astronomers associate with solar or lunar eclipses. What does it mean?
There are at least 2 lunar eclipses each year. Find out when the next lunar eclipse happens in your city and worldwide.
Solar and lunar eclipses, why they occur, when the next eclipse is, and from where you can see them.
The Full Moon is the moment the entire face of the Moon is illuminated by the Sun's rays. It is the 3rd primary phase. Each Full Moon has a name, except the Blue Moon.
The Earth and the Moon cast 3 different shadows: umbra, penumbra, and antumbra. Why are there 3 types of shadows and how are they defined?