DIKSIA.COM - Check the list of areas where the penumbral lunar eclipse can be observed in Indonesia.
The penumbral lunar eclipse phenomenon will occur across Indonesia on May 5-6, 2023.
As a result, the moon only enters the penumbra of the earth.
Therefore, when the eclipse reaches its peak, the moon appears dimmer than the full moon.
The duration of the penumbral lunar eclipse from the beginning of the eclipse phase (P1) to the end of the eclipse (P4) is 4 hours 21 minutes 28 seconds.
All phases of the penumbral lunar eclipse can be observed in Indonesia.
List of areas where the penumbral lunar eclipse of May 5-6, 2023 can be observed:
- Banda Aceh
- Tanjung Pinang
- Base Penang
- Lampung City
- Tanjung Selor
In addition, the entire eclipse process can be observed in most of Asia, Australia, a small part of Africa and part of Russia.
The moonrise eclipse process can also be observed in most of Africa, a small part of Asia, most of Europe and part of Russia.
Then in the Pacific Ocean the eclipse process can be observed as the moon sets.
This eclipse will not be visible in America, a small part of Africa and a small part of Europe.
The process time and phases of the penumbral lunar eclipse of May 5-6, 2023 are as follows:
- Phase plan of the penumbral lunar eclipse (UT):
- Penumbral Lunar Eclipse Phase Schedule (WIB):
- Penumbral Lunar Eclipse Phase Schedule (WITA):
- Penumbral Lunar Eclipse Phase Chart (WIT):
Eclipse phenomenon throughout the year 2023
In 2023 there will be 4 (four) eclipses, namely 2 (two) solar eclipses and 2 (two) lunar eclipses, as follows:
- Hybrid Solar Eclipse (GMH) of April 20, 2023 observable from Indonesia.
- Penumbral Lunar Eclipse (GBP) May 5-6, 2023 observable from Indonesia.
- Annular Solar Eclipse (GMC) on October 14, 2023 which cannot be observed from Indonesia.
- Partial Lunar Eclipse (GBS) of October 29, 2023 observable from Indonesia.