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Eclipses கிரஹணங்கள்
ECLIPSES, 2009
Solar Eclipses சூரிய கிரஹணங்கள் Lunar Eclipses சந்திர கிரஹணங்கள்

26 - 1 - 2009 Annular Solar Eclipse
22 - 7 - 2009 Total Solar Eclipse

31 - 12 - 2009 Partial lunar Eclipse
09 - 02 - 2009 penumbral lunar Eclipse

  
Annular  Eclipse of the Sun,  January 26, 2009,  Monday

Image of Eclipse 26 jan 2009 | Image1 | Image 2 | Image 3 |

Visible in India
*Magnitude of the eclipse = 0.929   :  Maximum duration of annular phase =  7m 51s

in Astrological view ... ஜோதிட பார்வையில்...

திருவோணம் நட்சத்திரத்தில் கிரஹணம் நடைபெறுவதால் திருவோணம், உத்திராடம், அவிட்டம்,ரோகினி, அஸ்தம் நட்சத்திரத்தினர் ராகு-கேது அர்ச்சனை செய்துக்கொள்ளவும் மற்றும் மிருக காட்சி சாலையில் உள்ள பாம்புவின் பராமரிப்பு செலவிற்கு நன்கொடை வழங்கவும்.


LOCAL CIRCUMSTANCES OF THE ECLIPSE RELATING TO
CERTAIN PLACES IN INDIA AND NEIGHBOURHOOD
WHERE THE PARTIAL PHASE IS VISIBLE

Place

Eclipse
begins
(I.S.T)
h    m

P*

 

º

V*

 

º

Greatest
phase
(I.S.T)
h   m

Magn-itude

Eclipse
ends
(I.S.T)
h   m

P*

 

º

V*

 

º

Agartala

15  01.5

167

116

15  31.8

0.073

16  00.7

124

65

Aizawl

14  58.1

171

119

15  32.3

0.095

16  04.6

121

61

Bangalore

14  33.1

168

122

15  16.6

0.108

15  56.7

114

53

Bhubaneswar

14  54.7

166

116

15  28.2

0.079

15  59.8

121

61

Cannanore

14  31.8

165

121

15  13.1

0.092

15  51.3

116

55

Chennai

14  28.9

174

126

15  19.1

0.154

16  04.8

110

45

Cochin

14  19.3

172

129

15  11.8

0.150

15  59.3

109

44

Cuttack

14  56.0

166

116

15  28.3

0.074

15  58.9

122

63

Dibrugarh

15  14.6

161

108

15  33.3

0.030

15  51.7

133

76

Guwahati

15  16.5

157

105

15  32.4

0.020

15  48.1

134

79

Hubli

15  02.6

149

101

15  16.4

0.011

15  30.1

133

79

Hyderabad

15  02.2

154

105

15  21.3

0.022

15  39.9

130

74

Imphal

15  00.9

170

117

15  32.9

0.085

16  03.2

123

63

Itanagar

15  16.8

158

106

15  33.0

0.022

15  49.0

135

79

Kanyakumari

14  08.8

179

135

15  10.7

0.215

16  05.8

103

35

Kavaratti

14  31.5

161

119

15  08.2

0.067

15  42.4

119

60

Kavalur

14  28.7

172

125

15  17.4

0.139

16  01.8

111

47

Kohima

15  05.2

167

115

15  33.0

0.065

15  59.8

126

67

Kolkata

15  01.6

165

114

15  30.3

0.062

15  57.8

125

66

Koraput

14  54.7

163

114

15  25.5

0.063

15  54.8

123

64

Kozikode

14  27.2

168

124

15  12.8

0.113

15  54.7

113

51

Kurnool

14  50.0

160

113

15  19.7

0.052

15  47.9

123

65

Madurai

14  16.9

176

131

15  13.8

0.186

16  04.9

106

39

Mangalore

14  40.5

160

115

15  13.5

0.059

15  44.7

121

63

Midnapore

15  03.9

162

112

15  29.8

0.049

15  54.7

127

69

Murshidabad

15  14.4

156

105

15  30.8

0.020

15  46.9

133

78

Mysore

14  31.4

167

122

15  14.9

0.106

15  55.0

114

53

Nellore

14  36.1

170

122

15  20.2

0.118

16  00.8

114

52

* P and V stand for position angles of respective points of contact measured (in degree) from north  point and vertex of the solar limb respectively.

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LOCAL CIRCUMSTANCES OF THE ECLIPSE RELATING TO
CERTAIN PLACES IN INDIA AND NEIGHBOURHOOD
WHERE THE PARTIAL PHASE IS VISIBLE

     Place

Eclipse
begins
(I.S.T)
h    m

P*

 

º

V*

 

º

Greatest
phase
(I.S.T)
h    m

Magnit-ude

Eclipse
ends
(I.S.T)
h    m

P*

 

º

V*

 

º

Nowgong

15  13.8

160

108

15  32.7

0.029

15  51.3

132

76

Pondicherry

14  24.1

175

129

15  17.6

0.172

16  05.9

108

42

Port Blair

14  17.6

197

140

15  25.8

0.394

16  25.9

92

19

Puri

14  52.3

168

118

15  27.9

0.090

16  01.5

120

59

Rajamundry

14  46.3

167

118

15  23.6

0.090

15  58.6

118

58

Sambalpur

15  10.6

155

105

15  27.6

0.020

15  44.4

132

77

Shillong

15  11.0

161

110

15  32.4

0.037

15  53.2

130

73

Sibsagar

15  11.8

162

110

15  33.2

0.039

15  54.1

131

74

Silchar

15  03.6

167

115

15  32.5

0.068

16  00.2

125

66

Sringeri

14  42.7

160

115

15  14.7

0.056

15  44.9

122

63

Tamenlong

15  02.7

168

116

15  32.8

0.075

16  01.5

124

65

Tanjore

14  19.6

176

130

15  15.7

0.186

16  06.1

106

40

Tiruneveli

14  11.6

178

133

15  11.8

0.204

16  05.4

104

36

Trichur

14  22.2

171

127

15  12.4

0.138

15  58.1

110

47

Trivandrum

14  11.3

177

133

15  10.8

0.196

16  03.9

104

37

Vijaywada

14  46.3

165

117

15  22.4

0.082

15  56.3

119

59

Chittagong

14  53.3

173

121

15  31.6

0.117

16  07.5

118

56

Colombo

14  02.6

185

139

15  11.7

0.286

16  12.2

97

26

Dhaka

15  03.0

166

114

15  31.5

0.063

15  58.8

125

66

Yangon

14  31.0

192

136

15  30.6

0.317

16  24.0

99

29

* P and V stand for position angles of respective points of contact measured (in degree)
from north point and vertex of the solar limb respectively.

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Total  Eclipse of the Sun,  July 22 - 2009, Wednesday
Images of Eclipse 22 july 2009 | image 1 | Image 2 |
Visible in India

CIRCUMSTANCES  OF  THE  ECLIPSE

" d " means Date

 

Universal
Time

Indian
Standard Time

Latitude

Longitude

 

d

   h

  m

 d

   h

  m

   °

   '

    °

   '

Eclipse begins

21

23

58.3

22

05

28.3

+19

02.9

+84

43.1

Central eclipse begins

22

00

52.8

22

06

22.8

+20

21.5

+70

31.4

Greatest eclipse*

22

02

35.3

22

08

05.3

+24

13.0

+144

07.1

Central eclipse ends

22

04

17.8

22

09

47.8

-12

54.9

-157

41.2

Eclipse ends

22

05

12.4

22

10

42.4

-14

13.8

-171

50.9



TOTAL ECLIPSE OF THE SUN, JULY 22

LOCAL CIRCUMSTANCES OF THE ECLIPSE RELATING TO
CERTAIN PLACES IN INDIA AND NEIGHBOURHOOD
WHERE THE PARTIAL PHASE IS VISIBLE

      Place

Eclipse
begins
(I.S.T)

  h   m

P*

 

º

V*

 

º

Greatest
phase
(I.S.T)

h   m

Magn-itude

Obsc-uration

Eclipse
ends
(I.S.T.)

 h   m

P*

 

º

V*

 

º

Dura-tion

 

 h   m

Sun-
rise time
(I.S.T)
h   m

Agartala

5  29.5

286

354

6  28.5

0.926

0.922

7  34.9

96

171

2  05.4

4  50

Ahmedabad

-  -

-

-

6  23.7

0.973

0.977

7  20.5

103

174

1  14.5

6  06

Aizawl

5  29.7

287

355

6  29.4

0.911

0.904

7  36.5

96

171

2  06.8

4  44

Ajmer

-  -

-

-

6  25.3

0.891

0.878

7  22.5

108

176

1  30.5

5  52

Allahabad

5  30.3

278

341

6  25.5

0.998

1.000

7  26.7

103

174

1  56.4

5  24

Amritsar

-  -

-

-

6  28.4

0.740

0.686

7  23.8

117

180

1  43.8

5  40

Bangalore

-  -

-

-

6  20.6

0.719

0.660

7  17.0

82

164

1  14.0

6  03

Bhubaneswar

5  28.3

289

358

6  24.4

0.862

0.841

7  27.2

91

169

1  58.9

5  18

Cannanore

-  -

-

-

6  20.4

0.710

0.648

7  15.5

81

163

1  02.5

6  13

Chandigarh

5  35.7

266

323

6  27.9

0.786

0.745

7  24.9

114

179

1  49.2

5  34

Chennai

-  -

-

-

6  21.0

0.693

0.627

7  18.1

81

163

1  26.1

5  52

Cochin

-  -

-

-

6  20.2

0.640

0.562

7  14.3

77

161

1  01.3

6  13

Cuttack

5  28.3

289

357

6  24.5

0.869

0.850

7  27.3

92

169

1  59.0

5  17

Dehradun

5  34.9

267

325

6  27.7

0.811

0.775

7  25.6

113

178

1  50.7

5  30

Delhi

-  -

-  -

-

6  26.6

0.852

0.828

7  24.6

111

177

1  47.6

5  37

Dwarka

-  -

-

-

6  23.8

0.953

0.954

7  19.1

104

174

0  58.1

6  21

Gandhinagar

-  -

-

-

6  23.8

0.968

0.972

7  20.6

103

174

1  15.6

6  05

Guwahati

5  30.4

282

348

6  29.9

0.998

1.000

7  36.7

100

173

2  06.3

4  43

Hardwar

5  34.5

268

326

6  27.5

0.823

0.791

7  25.5

112

178

1  51.0

5  31

Hazaribagh

5  29.2

282

348

6  25.8

0.987

0.992

7  28.8

99

172

1  59.6

5  14

Hubli

-  -

-

-

6  21.0

0.821

0.788

7  17.8

88

167

1  08.8

6  09

Hyderabad

-  -

-

-

6  21.7

0.851

0.826

7  20.4

90

168

1  28.4

5  52

Imphal

5  30.3

286

353

6  30.7

0.935

0.934

7  38.7

97

172

2  08.4

4  37

Jaipur

-  -

-

-

6  25.5

0.890

0.876

7  23.3

108

176

1  37.3

5  46

Jalandhar

-  -

-

-

6  28.2

0.753

0.703

7  24.0

116

179

1  45.0

5  39

Jammu

5  38.6

261

316

6  29.1

0.708

0.646

7  24.0

119

181

1  45.4

5  38

Kanyakumari

-  -

-

-

6  20.2

0.566

0.474

7  12.9

72

159

1  01.9

6  11

Kavalur

-  -

-

-

6  20.7

0.693

0.627

7  17.1

80

163

1  18.6

5  59

Kavaratti

-  -

-

-

6  20.4

0.701

0.637

7  14.1

80

163

0  48.1

6  26

Kohima

5  30.6

285

351

6  31.2

0.963

0.967

7  39.4

99

172

2  08.8

4  35

Kolhapur

-  -

-

-

6  21.4

0.874

0.856

7  18.3

91

168

1  08.3

6  10

Note :  " - " Eclipse begins before the Sun rises at the stations

* P and V stand for position angles of respective points of contact measured (in degree) from north           point and vertex of the solar limb respectively.

LOCAL CIRCUMSTANCES OF THE ECLIPSE RELATING TO
CERTAIN PLACES IN INDIA AND NEIGHBOURHOOD
WHERE THE PARTIAL PHASE IS VISIBLE

July 22 - 2009, Wednesday

       Place

Eclipse
begins
(I.S.T)

 h   m

P*

 

º

V*

 

º

Greatest
phase
(I.S.T)
h   m

Magn-itude

Obsc-uration

Eclipse
ends
(I.S.T)

 h   m

P*

 

º

V*

 

º

Dura-tion

 

 h  m

Sun-
rise
time
(I.S.T)
h  m

Kolkata

5  28.8

287

354

6  26.4

0.911

0.904

7  30.9

95

170

2  02.1

5  04

Koraput

-  -

-

-

6  22.9

0.848

0.824

7  23.8

90

168

1  50.8

5  33

Kozikode

-  -

-

-

6  20.3

0.686

0.618

7  15.2

80

163

1  02.2

6  13

Kurnool

-  -

-

-

6  21.2

0.804

0.767

7  19.2

87

166

1  23.2

5  56

Lucknow

5  31.3

275

336

6  26.1

0.945

0.946

7  26.6

106

175

1  55.3

5  26

Madurai

-  -

-

-

6  20.3

0.618

0.536

7  14.7

76

161

1  09.7

6  05

Mangalore

-  -

-

-

6  20.5

0.748

0.695

7  16.1

83

164

1  02.1

6  14

Midnapore

5  28.7

286

354

6  25.9

0.917

0.911

7  29.9

95

170

2  01.2

5  08

Mount Abu

-  -

-

-

6  24.4

0.926

0.922

7  21.0

106

175

1  18.0

6  03

Mumbai

-  -

-

-

6  22.1

0.961

0.964

7  18.9

96

170

1  06.9

6  12

Murshidabad

5  29.3

284

350

6  27.1

0.965

0.969

7  31.8

98

172

2  02.5

5  01

Mysore

-  -

-

-

6  20.5

0.709

0.647

7  16.2

81

163

1  09.2

6  07

Nagpur

-  -

-

-

6  23.1

0.960

0.963

7  22.8

96

171

1  39.8

5  43

Nalgonda

-  -

-

-

6  22.1

0.892

0.879

7  21.0

92

169

1  30.0

5  51

Nasik

-  -

-

-

6  22.4

0.983

0.988

7  19.8

97

171

1  13.8

6  06

Nellore

-  -

-

-

6  21.2

0.739

0.684

7  19.1

83

165

1  28.1

5  51

Nowgong

5  30.6

283

348

6  30.6

0.995

0.999

7  38.0

101

173

2  07.4

4  39

Panaji

-  -

-

-

6  21.1

0.842

0.814

7  17.4

89

167

1  03.4

6  14

Pondicherry

-  -

-

-

6  20.7

0.661

0.588

7  17.0

79

162

1  21.0

5  56

Port Blair

5  33.5

310

29

6  26.3

0.518

0.419

7  25.7

72

161

1  52.2

5  04

Pune

-  -

-

-

6  21.9

0.935

0.933

7  19.1

94

170

1  10.1

6  09

Puri

5  28.3

290

359

6  24.2

0.848

0.823

7  26.9

91

168

1  58.6

5  19

Raipur

-  -

-

-

6  23.5

0.937

0.935

7  24.5

95

170

1  51.5

5  33

Rajamundry

-  -

-

-

6  22.1

0.801

0.763

7  21.9

87

167

1  41.9

5  40

Rajkot

-  -

-  -

-  -

6  23.6

0.974

0.979

7  19.6

103

174

1  05.6

6  14

Ranchi

5  29.0

283

349

6  25.5

0.966

0.971

7  28.6

97

171

1  59.6

5  14

Sambalpur

5  28.5

286

353

6  24.2

0.920

0.914

7  26.4

95

170

1  57.9

5  23

Shillong

5  30.1

283

349

6  29.7

0.978

0.983

7  36.5

99

172

2  06.4

4  44

Silchar

5  30.0

285

352

6  29.9

0.946

0.947

7  37.3

98

172

2  07.3

4  42

Simla

5  35.9

266

322

6  28.1

0.778

0.734

7  25.1

115

179

1  49.2

5  32

Srinagar

5  40.2

259

313

6  30.1

0.666

0.595

7  24.1

122

182

1  43.9

5  35

                                                                         
Note :  " - -" Eclipse begins before the Sun rises at the stations

* P and V stand for position angles of respective points of contact measured (in degree) from north point and vertex of the solar limb respectively.

LOCAL CIRCUMSTANCES OF THE ECLIPSE RELATING TO
CERTAIN PLACES IN INDIA AND NEIGHBOURHOOD
WHERE THE PARTIAL PHASE IS VISIBLE

July 22 - 2009, Wednesday

       Place

Eclipse
begins
(I.S.T)

 h   m

P*

 

º

V*

 

º

Greatest
phase
(I.S.T)

  h   m

Magn-itude

Obsc-uration

Eclipse
ends
(I.S.T)

  h   m

P*

 

º

V*

 

º

Dura-tion

 

h   m

Sun-
rise
time
(I.S.T)
h  m

Sringeri

-  -

-

-

6  20.6

0.759

0.710

7  16.6

84

165

1  05.6

6  11

Tamenlong

5  30.3

285

353

6  30.5

0.945

0.946

7  38.4

98

172

2  08.1

4  38

Tanjore

-  -

-

-

6  20.5

0.633

0.553

7  15.8

77

161

1  15.8

6  00

Tiruneveli

-  -

-

-

6  20.3

0.584

0.496

7  13.5

74

159

1  04.5

6  09

Trichur

-  -

-

-

6  20.3

0.657

0.583

7  14.7

78

162

1  02.7

6  12

Trivandrum

-  -

-

-

6  20.2

0.585

0.497

7  13.2

74

159

1  01.2

6  12

Udaipur

-  -

-

-

6  24.3

0.938

0.936

7  21.5

105

175

1  22.5

5  59

Vijaywada

-  -

-

-

6  21.8

0.798

0.759

7  20.9

87

166

1  35.9

5  45

Chittagong

5  29.2

289

358

6  28.2

0.874

0.856

7  34.6

93

170

2  05.4

4  50

Colombo

-  -

-

-

6  20.5

0.501

0.400

7  12.2

69

157

1  09.2

6 03

Dhaka

5  29.3

286

353

6  28.0

0.930

0.927

7  33.8

96

171

2  04.5

4  53

Karachi

-  -

-

-

6  25.3

0.855

0.831

7  19.1

109

177

0  54.1

6  25

Kathmandu

5  31.2

276

338

6  27.7

0.961

0.964

7  30.4

105

175

1  59.2

5  07

Lahore

-  -

-

-

6  28.3

0.735

0.680

7  23.5

117

180

1  40.5

5  43

Yangon

5  31.6

302

18

6  29.8

0.655

0.581

7  35.7

81

166

2  04.1

5  23

Rawalpindi

-  -

-

-

6  29.7

0.664

0.592

7  23.0

121

182

1  40.0

5  43

Islamabad

-  -

-

-

6  29.8

0.662

0.589

7  23.1

122

182

1  41.1

5  42

Note :  " - -" Eclipse begins before the Sun rises at the stations

* P and V stand for position angles of respective points of contact measured (in degree) from north point and vertex of the solar limb respectively.

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LOCAL CIRCUMSTANCES  OF THE ECLIPSE
RELATING TO CERTAIN PLACES IN INDIA AND NEIGHBOURHOOD
WHERE THE TOTAL PHASE IS VISIBLE

July 22 - 2009, Wednesday

Place

Eclipse
begins
(first contact)
(I.S.T)
h    m    s

Totality
begins
(second contact)
(I.S.T)
h   m    s

Greatest phase

 

   (I.S.T)
h   m    s

Mag-nitude

Totality ends
(third contact)
(I.S.T)
h   m    s

Eclipse
ends
(fourth contact)
(I.S.T)
h   m    s

Durat-ion of totality

 

  m   s

Dura-tion of whole ecl-ipse
h    m

Sun- rise
time
(I.S.T)

  h   m

Surat

    -      -

6  21  16.1

6  22  54.7

1.029

6  24  33.4

7  19  53.1

3  17

1   12

06  08

Bharuch

    -      -

6  21  21.4

6  22  59.6

1.027

6  24  37.7

7  20  01.4

3  16

1   13

06  07

Bhavangar

    -      -

6  21  40.3

6  23  04.9

1.015

6  24  29.5

7  19  42.5

2  49

1   09

06  11

Daman

    -      -

6  21  42.0

6  22  35.2

1.004

6  23  28.5

7  19  22.5

1  46

1   08

06  11

Indore

    -      -

6  21  50.9

6  23  27.6

1.020

6  25  04.3

7  21  47.9

3  13

1   28

05  54

Itarsi

    -      -

6  21  58.3

6  23  23.2

1.013

6  24  48.1

7  22  30.8

2  50

1   35

05  48

Bhopal

    -      -

6  22  11.5

6  23  47.7

1.019

6  25  23.9

7  22  51.3

3  12

1   36

05  47

Vidisha

    -      -

6  22  14.6

6  23  50.1

1.018

6  25  25.6

7  22  56.4

3  11

1   37

05  46

Sagar

    -      -

6  22  18.0

6  24  00.6

1.023

6  25  43.1

7  23  35.8

3  25

1   42

05  42

Khandwa

    -      -

6  22  17.2

6  22  58.8

1.002

6  23  40.5

7  21  27.7

1  23

1   27

05  54

Panchmarhi

    -      -

6  22  24.5

6  23  26.7

1.005

6  24  28.9

7  22  53.4

2  04

1   38

05  45

Silvassa

    -      -

6  22  27.8

6  22  33.5

1.000

6  22  39.2

7  19  33.2

0  11

1   11

06  09

Jabalpur

    -      -

6  22  32.0

6  24  03.0

1.014

6  25  33.9

7  24  21.5

3  02

1   47

05  37

Vadodara

    -      -

6  22  41.3

6  23  20.6

1.002

6  23  59.9

7  20  27.0

1  19

1   15

06  05

Maihar

    -      -

6  22  50.7

6  24  36.3

1.024

6  26  21.9

7  25  10.4

3  31

1   52

05  33

Ujjain

    -      -

6  22  51.1

6  23  40.7

1.003

6  24  30.3

7  21  56.6

1  39

1   29

05  53

Rewa

    -      -

6  23  00.2

6  24  48.5

1.027

6  26  36.8

7  25  44.0

3  37

1   56

05 30

Mirzapur

5  30  02.4

6  23  54.1

6  25  27.7

1.014

6  27  01.3

7  26  57.9

3  07

1   57

05  23

Chhatarpur

   -      -

6  24  06.5

6  24  36.9

1.001

6  25  07.2

7  24  35.6

1  01

1   49

05  36

Varanasi

5  30  03.1

6  24  10.2

6  25  44.1

1.014

6  27  17.9

7  27  34.2

3  08

1   58

05  20

Chhapra

5  29  57.0

6  24  23.5

6  26  14.1

1.024

6  28  04.6

7  28  51.0

3  41

1   59

05  14

Gaya

5  29  34.6

6  24  26.7

6  26  04.3

1.015

6  27  41.9

7  29  00.9

3  15

1   59

05  13

Bankipore

5  29  51.3

6  24  29.3

6 26  24.7

1.032

6  28  20.1

7  29  23.4

3  51

1   59

05  12

Patna

5  29  57.3

6  24  37.7

6  26  31.1

1.026

6  28  24.5

7  29  29.5

3  47

2   00

05  11

Daltonganj

5  29  19.6

6  25  03.3

6  25  22.9

1.000

6  25  42.5

7  27  48.1

0  39

1   59

05  19

Note :  " -- " Eclipse begins before Sun rises at the stations

LOCAL CIRCUMSTANCES OF ECLIPSE
RELATING TO CERTAIN PLACES IN INDIA AND NEIGHBOURHOOD
WHERE THE TOTAL PHASE IS VISIBLE

July 22 - 2009, Wednesday

     Place

Eclipse
begins
(first contact)
(I.S.T)
h   m   s

Totality
begins
(second contact)
(I.S.T)
h   m    s

Greatest phase

 

(I.S.T)
h   m    s

Mag-nitude

Totality ends
(third contact)
(I.S.T)
h   m    s

Eclipse
ends
(fourth contact)
(I.S.T)
h   m    s

Durat-ion of totality

 

m    s

Durat-ion of whole eclipse

h   m

Sun-  rise time
(I.S.T)

h    m

Darbhanga

5  30  11.1

6  25  17.8

6  26  56.0

1.015

6  28  34.2

7  30  06.6

3  16

2   00

05  09

Muzaffarpur

5  30  11.6

6  25  15.5

6  26  48.8

1.013

6  28  22.0

7  29  49.4

3  06

2   00

05  09

Bhagalpur

5  29  41.6

6  25  36.4

6  27  03.3

1.010

6  28 30.2

7  31  06.2

2  54

2   01

05  04

Purnia

5  29  48.1

6  25  36.8

6  27  17.6

1.015

6  28  58.4

7  31  29.3

3  22

2   01

05  03

Katihar

5  29  42.8

6  25  53.1

6  27  14.1

1.008

6  28  35.1

7  31  29.2

2  42

2   01

05  03

Siliguri

5  30  26.7

6  26  33.0

6  28  26.7

1.022

6  30  20.3

7  33  11.5

3  47

2   03

04  56

Coochbehar

5  30  16.2

6  26  48.8

6  28  44.6

1.023

6  30  40.4

7  34  08.4

3  52

2   04

04  52

Darjeeling

5  30  35.6

6  27  01.9

6 28  30.4

1.010

6  29  58.9

7  33  07.1

2  57

2   02

04  56

Sibsagar

5  31  20.6

6  31  39.5

6  32  17.0

1.001

6  32  54.4

7  40  45.0

1   15

2   10

04  29

Thimpu

5  30  54.9

6  28  01.3

6  29  25.5

1.009

6  30  49.7

7  34  45.7

2  48

2   04

04  49

Itanagar

5  31  12.0

6  29  54.7

6  31  38.7

1.013

6  33  22.7

7  39  28.5

3  28

2   08

04  34

Dibrugarh

5  31  39.7

6  30  55.7

6  32  44.8

1.015

6  34  33.9

7  41  20.3

3  38

2   09

04  28

Gangatk

5  30  46.2

6  27  45.8

6  28  49.9

1.004

6  29  54.1

7  33  36.5

2  08

2  03

04  54

Note :  " - -" Eclipse begins before the Sun rises at the stations

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Partial Lunar  Eclipse,  December 31, 2009,  Thursday
Images of Eclipse 31 Dec 2009 | Image |

Visible in India.
Eclipse will be visible in the region covering Alaska, Australia, Indonesia,  Asia, Africa, Europe including the British Isles and the Arctic regions.
The beginning of the umbral phase will be visible from the extreme south-eastern part of Australia, middle of South and North Pacific Ocean and extreme Solomon Is.The ending of the umbral phase will be visible from North and South Atlantic Ocean and Greenland.
The beginning, the middle and the ending of the eclipse will be visible from all parts of India.
                       

CIRCUMSTANCES  OF  THE  ECLIPSE " d " means Date

 

 

Universal
Time

 

Indian
Standard Time

Position Angle measured  from the North Point of Moon’s Limb (N.E.S.W.)

The Moon being
in the Zenith in

 

Latitude

 

Longitude

 

d

h

 m

d

h

 m

°

°

'

°

'

Moon enters penumbra

31

17

15.3

31

22

45.3

139

+24

14

+100

49

Moon enters umbra

31

18

51.7

1

00

21.7

173

+24

04

+77

44

Middle of the eclipse*

31

19

22.7

1

00

52.7

-

+24

01

+85

20

Moon leaves umbra

31

19

53.6

1

01

23.6

207

+23

58

+62

55

Moon leaves penumbra

31

21

30.0

1

03

00.0

242

+23

47

+39

50

* Magnitude of the eclipse =0.081 (Moon’s diam =1.0). Distance between the centers at middle 3571".4
Radius of shadow cone at Moon’s distance : Penumbra 4730".7,  Umbra 2736".7
EASTERN  AND  WESTERN  LIMITS  OF  VISIBILITY
       The eclipse is visible in the region west of the eastern limit and east of the western limit.
Here, Moonset and Moonrise times relate to visibility of the center of the Moon on the horizon.
ECLIPSES, 2009

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PENUMBRAL ECLIPSE OF THE MOON , February 9, 2009, Monday

Images of Eclipse 9 Feb 2009 | Image |

Note : - A penumbral eclipse of the Moon is not to be taken as an eclipse of the Moon in the ordinary sense, as the Moon is not covered by the real shadow of the Earth during such an eclipse.

CIRCUMSTANCES  OF  THE  ECLIPSE

 

Universal
Time

Indian
Standard Time

Position Angle from the North Point of Moon’s Limb (N.E.S.W)**

The Moon being
in the Zenith in

Latitude

Longitude

 

d

h

m

d

h

m

°

°

'

°

'

Moon enters penumbra

9

12

36.8

9

18

06.8

72

+14

02

+172

49

Middle of the eclipse*       

9

14

38.2

9

20

08.2

-

+13

32

+143

33

Moon leaves penumbra

9

16

39.6

9

22

09.6

337

+13

01

+114

17


" d " means Date

* Magnitude of penumbral eclipse : 0.925
** N.E.S.W stands for North, East, South and West

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Thanks to Positional Astronomy Centre, Govt of India