The Moon information shown here applies to Avarua, Cook Islands on Monday, April 14, 2014. (Local time Pacific/Rarotonga)
|Moonrise to moonset||12h43m|
|Distance to the center of the Sun||150,069,292 km|
|Distance to the center of Earth||391,078 km|
|Moon ilumination (at midnight)||99.1%|
|Current zodiac sign the Moon||Libra ♎|
According to international time UTC, a lunar eclipse will occur on april 14, 2014 which will be visible in some parts of the world. The following shows the cities in Cook Islands from which the eclipse could be visible (note that the following is a short list of some of the main cities, the eclipse may be visible from other cities not listed here). The date and local time of the event shown below.
This image shows the global map with two regions: the shaded region where you can not see the lunar eclipse, and the blank region, where it can be seen. The image details the type of eclipse, the magnitude of the penumbra and umbra, Saros series to which this eclipse belongs, among other data. The date and time displayed in this image are international date and time, therefore, they might not apply to your country. However, to know the date and exact time of total lunar eclipse in your country, you can see the table below. (Click on the image to enlarge it).
The following table shows the schedule and phases of the total lunar eclipse of april 14, 2014 in Cook Islands. For each city we have assigned a time zone which is very precise and it takes into account Daylight Saving Time (if applicable).
|Event date||Type||Pen. Mag.||Umb. Mag.||Penumbral eclipse begins||Max. eclipse begins||Moon alt.||Penumbral eclipse ends|
|Avarua (UTC -10)||2014-04-14||total lunar eclipse||231.8%||129.1%||18:54||21:46||46||00:38|
You can read the table above as follows: On april 14, 2014 in Avarua, Pacific/Rarotonga (UTC -10), an total lunar eclipse will start at 18:54, the maximum eclipse will occur at 21:46 when the Moon reaches an altitud of 46°; this event will come to an end at 00:38 and will have a penumbral magnitud of 2.318 (this is the fraction of the Moon obscured by the entrance to The Earth's penumbra) and an umbral magnitud of 1.291 (fraction of the Moon obscured by the umbra of The Earth).
Source: Eclipse Predictions by Fred Espenak and Chris O'Byrne (NASA's GSFC).