Total Eclipse of the Moon, 2007 August 28 ; the beginning of the umbral phase visible in North America, South America except extreme east, Antarctica except for Enderby Land, New Zealand, eastern Australia, extreme northeastern Asia, the Pacific Ocean, and the western Atlantic Ocean; the end visible in New Zealand, Australia, most of Antarctica except Queen Maud Land, Indonesia, eastern Asia, western North America, the Pacific Ocean, and the southeastern Indian Ocean.
A Total Eclipse of the Moon on the morning of August 28 among the Constellations.
(as seen from California).
This Tuesday morning view can be seen looking towards the southwest as the Moon enters into a partial eclipse phase starting at 1:51am PDT. The last frame of the movie ends at 5:23am PDT when the Moon exits Earth's shadow. The colorful Moon will be nestled among the stars that make-up the constellation of Aquarius.
How will the August 28 eclipse of the moon look from Colorado? The first frame begins at 2:51am MDT with the last ending at 6:23am. For Denver on August 28, the Moon sets at 6:33am and the Sun rises at 6:24am; so, how much of the final stage of the partial eclipse of the Moon will you be able to see with twilight interfering?
How will the August 28 eclipse of the moon look from Tennessee? The first frame begins at 3:51am CDT with the last ending at 6:23am. For Nashville on August 28, the Moon sets at 6:21am and the Sun rises at 6:15am; so, how much of the final stage of the total eclipse of the Moon will you be able to see before twilight begins to interfere?
Total Lunar Eclipse August 28-29, 2007 Animated
for Sydney Australia and New Zealand
New Zealand times are in green, and Sydney Australia times are in red.