One of the four eclipse phenomena throughout 2022, a total lunar eclipse, will occur on November 8, 2022. This eclipse can be seen in the sky of Indonesia. Don’t miss this moment!
Researchers of Space Relations and Public Relations of the Bandung-Garut Region, A. P. Hasanuddin and C. Widianingrum, as reported by the official website of the LAPAN Space Science Center, confirmed that this eclipse was a total lunar eclipse.
A total lunar eclipse will occur on Tuesday (8/11/2022). The total duration is 1 hour 24 minutes 58 seconds and the umbral duration (partial + total) is 3 hours 39 minutes 50 seconds.
The peak of the total lunar eclipse on November 8, 2022, will occur on November 8, 2022, at 17:59.11 WIB, as reported by the BMKG official website. This total lunar eclipse will start at 15.00.38 WIB and end at 20.57.43 WIB.
The Lapan website writes that the total eclipse this time is 1.3589 with a distance of 0.2570 from the center of the umbra to the center of the moon. This eclipse is the 20th of 72 eclipses in the Saros 136 Series (1680-2960).
After the sightings next week, the Total Lunar Eclipse will be observed again in Indonesia on September 8, 2025, March 3, 2026, New Year’s Eve 2029, December 21, 2029, April 25, 2032, and October 18, 2032.
The entire eclipse process can be seen in the following regions:
- New Zealand
- A little bit of Australia
- Mostly Japanese
- A small part of China
- Part of Russia
- Parts of the United States
- Mostly Canada
The process of the eclipse when the moon rises can be observed in the following areas:
- Mostly Asia
- Mostly Australian
- Part of Russia
- A small part of northern Europe