Total Lunar Eclipse, Between Waidhaus, Germany and Rozvadov, Czech.
(Friday 27th July 2018)
The longest total lunar eclipse of the 21st century took place on Friday 27th July 2018.
The total phase of the ‘Blood Moon’ eclipse took last 1 hour and 43 minutes.
Partial Lunar Eclipse, Split, Croatia
(Monday 7th August 2017)
Images by iphone of the 7th August 2017
Partial Lunar Eclipse at Split, Croatia.
Total Solar Eclipse at Faroe Islands
(Thursday 19th March 2015)
Totality was visible in Faroe Islands -the longest duration of totality
was 2 minutes and 47 seconds off the coast of the Faroe Islands.
It was the last total solar eclipse visible in Europe
until the eclipse of August 12, 2026.
Total Solar Eclipse at Anatalya, Turkey
(Wednesday 29th March 2006)
We spent a week in Turkey,
centred around the total eclipse of the sun on 29th March 2006.
The darkening was now more rapid, more dramatic,
the sky was so blue it was almost purple.
Behind the mountain there was a reddening
of the sky as the Moon’s shadow approached
at over 800 metres per second,
and the duration on the centre line
is 3 minutes 48 seconds.
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