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Reki Yoko Heisei 19 (2007)

February 1st, 2006, announced by NAOJ
Glossary:Solar Eclipse, Lunar Eclipse, Transit of Planet
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Eclipses         Heisei 19 (2007)

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

1. March 4th         Total Lunar Eclipse

In general, partial eclipse is visible from Kyushu, Shikoku and Chugoku. The Moon sets right after the eclipse begins. Local circumstances are as follows.

PlaceEclipse beginsMoonset
Naha 4th 6h30.0m 73° 4th 6h55.3m 78°0.367
Fukuoka 4th 6h30.0m 80° 4th 6h48.0m 84°0.262

2. March 19th         Partial Solar Eclipse

In general, partial eclipse is visible from Kyushu, Shikoku (excluding southeastern part), Chugoku, northwestern Kinki, northwestern Tohoku and Hokkaido (excluding sourtheastern part). Local circumstances are as follows.

PlaceEclipse beginsGreatest eclipseEclipse ends

3. August 28th         Total Lunar Eclipse

In general, total eclipse is visible from all over Japan. The Moon rises during the eclipse. Local circumstances are as follows.

PlaceMoonriseTotal eclipse beginsGreatest eclipseTotal eclipse endsEclipse ends
Naha28th 18h48.0m101°0.93828th 18h52.0m279°28th 19h37.4m 34°1.48128th 20h22.7m147°28th 21h23.8m306°
Fukuoka28th 18h45.9m 95°0.90428th 18h52.0m272°28th 19h37.4m 26°1.48128th 20h22.7m139°28th 21h23.8m297°
Kyoto28th 18h23.3m100°0.53928th 18h52.0m269°28th 19h37.4m 23°1.48128th 20h22.7m136°28th 21h23.8m293°
Tokyo28th 18h09.7m102°0.31528th 18h52.0m268°28th 19h37.4m 21°1.48128th 20h22.7m133°28th 21h23.8m290°
Sendai28th 18h06.9m100°0.26828th 18h52.0m265°28th 19h37.4m 18°1.48128th 20h22.7m130°28th 21h23.8m287°
Sapporo28th 18h12.3m 94°0.35828th 18h52.0m260°28th 19h37.4m 14°1.48128th 20h22.7m126°28th 21h23.8m283°

4. September 11th         Partial Solar Eclipse

This phenomenon is not visible from Japan.