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Nov 19, 2021 Partial Lunar Eclipse: Partial Lunar Eclipse Much of Europe, Much of Asia, Australia, North/West Africa, North America, South America, Pacific, Atlantic, Indian Ocean, Arctic: Note: Click on the date link for details in Melbourne, or the path map image for global details. Currently shown eclipse is highlighted.\r\nThe Moon phase calculator shows exact times of the various moon phases for Melbourne, Victoria, Australia in year 2019 or in other locations and years.\r\nThis page lists Lunar Eclipse timings on 2020 for Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. It lists local timings of all phases of Lunar Eclipse after adjusting for DST, including first and last contact timings with the Penumbra and Umbra and time of maximum of Eclipse.\r\nThe total lunar eclipse, super moon and blue moon was an event not seen for more than 30 years. ‘SUPER BLUE BLOOD MOON’ STUNS STARGAZERS ACROSS AUSTRALIA. EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT THE LUNAR ECLIPSE. MELBOURNE’S BEST ROOFTOP BARS\r\nMelbourne got a rare triple celestial treat when a super moon, blue moon and a full lunar eclipse coincided to illuminate the sky on Wednesday night. And all you had to do to see the three lunar phenomena coincide was stay up and look at the night sky. The super and blue moon started at 10.48pm and\r\nGet your tripods out: here's where to see the total lunar eclipse in Melbourne. Sky High Mount Dandenong. You're going to need to find a high point, and there's no higher point that Sky High. Sure it's a bit of a trek out that way at this time of night, but your uninterrupted views (unless there are clouds) will be totally worth it.\r\nParks Victoria has collated a list of urban parks that will ensure the best visibility of the lunar eclipse taking place 4:30am - 7:15am Saturday 28th July. Add\r\nUnlike a solar eclipse, no special equipment is needed to see a lunar eclipse. All you’ll need is a clear sky (keep those fingers crossed – it is winter, after all) and the exact date and time that it will occur. Lucky for you, the best time to see July 17’s lunar eclipse isn’t in the dead of night.\r\nWhen the Earth passes between the sun and the moon in a lunar eclipse, a shadow casts over the moon. But instead of turning dark like it does in a solar eclipse, atmospheric conditions make the moon appear red. ... Hobart and Melbourne. “The low pressure system will make clouds a strong feature for early Saturday over much of the ...\r\nWe’re getting a mini lunar eclipse on July 17 – and its timing is appropriately close to the 50th anniversary of the launch of Apollo 11 (on July 16), the first space flight to take humans to the moon. “It’s one of those nice, coincidental things,” says astrophysicist Clare Kenyon from the University of Melbourne.\r\n