There will be a total lunar eclipse on 26 May 2021. It will be visible in areas of southeast Asia, all of Australia, all of Oceania, most of Alaska and Canada, all of the lower 48 states, all of Hawaii, all of Mexico and Central America, and most of South America.
The full eclipse begins at 11:11UT and lasts until 11:26UT. Maximum eclipse (Moon opposing Sun) takes place at 11:18:42.
The total duration of the eclipse is 5 hours 2 minutes and the duration of the full eclipse is 14 minutes.
The map below shows the visibility of the eclipse:
The chart below, cast for London, shows the event in astrological terms:
What is exciting about this lunar eclipse is the fact that eclipse ruler Jupiter has just moved into Pisces. This, of course, gives him a boost in essential dignity, increasing his beneficial powers.
Let us remind ourselves of…
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