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Partial Solar Eclipse: September 11, 2007

Geographic Region: S. America, Antarctica

The last eclipse of 2007 is a partial solar eclipse at the Moon's descending node in southern Leo.  Its visibility is confined to parts of South America, Antarctica and the South Atlantic.  Greatest eclipse takes place at 12:31:21 UT when the eclipse magnitude will reach 0.7505.  The penumbral contact times with Earth are as follows:


Partial Eclipse Begins:   10:25:46 UT
Partial Eclipse Ends:   14:36:33 UT


This event is the sixth partial eclipse of Saros series 154.  After one more partial eclipse (September 25, 2025 ) the series will produce the first of many annular eclipses eclipse beginning with October 03, 2043.


Eclipse map and predictions courtesy of Fred Espenak - NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center.
For more information on solar and lunar eclipses, see Fred Espenak's Eclipse Home Page:






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