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Reki Yoko Heisei 29 (2017)

February 1st, 2016, announced by NAOJ
Glossary:Solar Eclipse, Lunar Eclipse, Transit of Planet
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Eclipses         Heisei 29 (2017)

In this year, there are 2 Solar Eclipses and 1 Lunar Eclipse. Among those, 1 Lunar Eclipse is visible from Japan.

1. February 26th-27th         Annular Solar Eclipse

This phenomenon is not visible from Japan.

2. August 8th         Partial Lunar Eclipse

In general, Partial eclipse is visible from all over Japan. Local circumstances are as follows.

PlaceEclipse beginsGreatest eclipseEclipse ends
Naha 8th 2h22.3m105° 8th 3h20.5m124°0.251 8th 4h18.8m146°
Fukuoka 8th 2h22.3m108° 8th 3h20.5m128°0.251 8th 4h18.8m151°
Kyoto 8th 2h22.3m105° 8th 3h20.5m127°0.251 8th 4h18.8m150°
Tokyo 8th 2h22.3m103° 8th 3h20.5m125°0.251 8th 4h18.8m149°
Sendai 8th 2h22.3m104° 8th 3h20.5m127°0.251 8th 4h18.8m151°
Sapporo 8th 2h22.3m108° 8th 3h20.5m131°0.251 8th 4h18.8m155°

3. August 22nd         Total Solar Eclipse

This phenomenon is not visible from Japan.