Partial lunar eclipse of July 16 - 17, 2019 is here!
Find all the info you need to view the partial lunar eclipse on July 16 - 17, 2019 in one Eclipse Guide app (eclipse calendar and calculator, eclipse timer, best places to view, local times, animated maps, eclipse tracker, crono, etc.)
When does the next eclipse occur?
Will it be solar or lunar, total or partial eclipse?
When is the partial lunar eclipse?
Where is the best place to view lunar eclipse 2019?
At what time does the eclipse of the Moon start?
On July 16-17, 2019, much of the world can see the partial lunar eclipse. At maximum eclipse phase, the Full Moon will be about half-covered by the Earth's umbral shadow.
The partial lunar eclipse 2019 will be visible from Australia, Africa, South America, most of Europe and Asia. It will miss North America, except for the very southern and eastern parts of the continent. The best place to view eclipse is Istanbul (Turkey), where the penumbral eclipse begins at 9:43 PM on July 16 and maximum eclipse of the Moon takes place at 12:30 AM on July 17. Use our eclipse calendar to get the exact time of partial lunar eclipse for your location and find the best place to view eclipse.
This partial lunar eclipse is the last lunar eclipse of 2019. In 2020, all lunar eclipses will be penumbral and hard-to-see eclipses. The next total lunar eclipse will occur on May 26, 2021.
With our Eclipse Guide app you will find out how, where and when to see the partial lunar eclipse on July 16-17, 2019. Don't miss a chance to see this amazing celestial event!
Discover all solar and lunar eclipses of the past and future!
Eclipse Guide is a comprehensive app for observing both solar and lunar eclipses. It provides all the info (eclipse times, calendar, crono, eclipse timer and calculator, best observer's spots) to experience any eclipse of the past and the future. Understanding these astronomy events is easier than ever with our eclipse observer.
You will never miss solar and lunar eclipses.
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Main features of eclipse tracker:
🔸 Eclipse calendar with the list of upcoming solar and lunar eclipses and eclipses of the past.
🔸 Eclipse tracker - view eclipses from your location, from any other place, or from the best location for observing these astronomy events.
🔸 Eclipse view simulation with the play button allowing you to experience the astronomy event from its beginning to the end.
🔸 World map showing the eclipse path accompanied by eclipse timer with times of all the phases.
🔸 Eclipse map illustrating the gradation of eclipse visibility with the list of best locations where these astronomy events are visible.
🔸 Eclipse timer & crono - receive notifications about solar and lunar eclipses.
🔸 Eclipse calculator, eclipse times and other core information about these astronomy events.
🔸 Simple intuitive interface and navigation.
🌘️ Audio guide with voice notifications won’t let you miss the desired solar or lunar eclipse. It will accompany your eclipse observation process providing comments on all the stages of the phenomenon.
🌑️ Fullscreen maps show the visibility of any eclipse and its path. Use them to pick a good location for your eclipse observation. Zoom in and out, check the eclipse visibility for any location.
🌒️️ Star spotter simulates the sky at your observing location. Quickly identify and view solar and lunar eclipses in your sky. Find out which stars, planets and other objects can be seen during the eclipse and where to look for them.
*Advanced features should be purchased separately (via In-App Purchase).
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