There will be a partial lunar eclipse on 19 November 2021. It will be visible in east Asia, Australia, the Pacific, and the Americas. The full eclipse begins at 06:02UT and lasts until 12:03UT. Maximum eclipse (Moon opposing Sun) takes place at 09:03UT. The total duration of the eclipse is 6 hours 2 minutes and the duration of the partial eclipse is 3:28 minutes.
The eclipse belongs toSaros 126and is number 45 of 70 eclipses in the series.
The map below shows the visibility of the eclipse:
The chart below, cast for London, shows the event in astrological terms:
The eclipsed Moon will be in 27* 17’ Taurus. As this is the third decanate of Taurus, we learn from William Lilly’s Annus Tenebrosus, published in 1652, that:
“ … it implies a plague amongst creeping noxious Creatures; as also amongst Rats and Mice, and such vermin as though must devour…
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