Hi folks! If you have a moment, please click on the graphic (to enlarge), and give it a look-over. Is it understandable or is it not? Please give me some feedback and or corrections here. Thanks!
A closer view of North America (see graphic below). As you can see, the western half of the lower 48 will get to see a total eclipse of the Moon. But this gets a little tricky! If you live in Dallas or Houston, the Moon will set during the total phase, but they will not be able to see the complete 14 and a half minutes of totality…a portion of it, but not all!
Unfortunately, if you are in Chicago or New York, you won’t see totality at all. Chicago will get to see a partial eclipse of the Moon while New York may see the penumbral phase before the moon sets.
In California, you will see totality, but only parts of the partial or the penumbral phase near the end of the eclipse cycle. Hawaii and parts of Alaska will be able to see the COMPLETE lunar eclipse! Again, totality will only last 14 minutes and 30 seconds.
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I am still working on this animation. Any suggestions or comments would be most appreciated on my Facebook page…thanks!
Totality, for this one, is less than 15 minutes. It seems we had a short one just recently. I’ll have to look that up!