November 19, 2021 Partial Lunar Eclipse
Below are the circumstances of the eclipse
Moon enters Penumbra 14:02:08 below horizon
Moon enters Umbra 15:18:42 below horizon
Maximum Eclipse 97% 17:02:55 below horizon
Moonrise 17:25:51 00 Deg Alt , 70 Deg E Az
Moon exits Umbra 18:47:07 18 Deg Alt , 74 Deg E Az
Moon exits Penumbra 20:03:43 36 Deg Alt , 76 Deg E Az
Below is how the Moon will look like at Moonrise. North is up. Illustration courtesy of Eclipse 2.0 . Times courtesy of Fred Espenak.
To observe this eclipse, look for an unobstructed east horizon since this is a Moonrise event. No need to use an optical aid to view this Eclipse but one can get a better view of course through a pair of binoculars or telescope. Happy Eclipse viewing! This will be the last Eclipse event for 2021 and the next Lunar eclipse will be visible next year on May 22, 2022 but this event won’t be visible in the Philippines and Asia. The next visible one in the Philippines will be on early morning of November 9, 2022 which is a total lunar eclipse.