Top 10 Lunar Eclipses of the 1990s

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1 June 4, 1993 (Total)

The gamma was 0.1638, the umbral magnitude of 1.5617 & totality lasted 95 minutes 48 seconds, the 1st of 2 total lunar eclipses in 1993, the largest & longest of the 2 as well as the 90's & the 33rd member of 72 eclipses in Lunar Saros 130. It was visible from east of Asia (including Japan & the Philippines) as well as Australia, New Zealand, Antarctica & Hawaii.

2 April 4, 1996 (Total)

The gamma was -0.2534, the umbral magnitude was 1.3795, totality lasted 85 minutes 48 seconds. The last central member & 55th overall member of 74 eclipses in Lunar Saros 122. Visible from east of North America as well as all of South America, south of Greenland, all of Europe, Africa, Madagascar, Western Asia & Antarctica.

3 December 9, 1992 (Total)

The gamma was 0.3144, the umbral magnitude was 1.2709, totality lasted 73 minutes 53 seconds. The 48th member of 72 eclipses in Lunar Saros 125. Visible from Eastern North America as well as all of South America, south of Greenland, all of Europe, Africa, Madagascar, Western Asia & Antarctica.

4 September 27, 1996 (Total)

The gamma was 0.3426, the umbral magnitude was 1.2395 & totality lasted 69 minutes 12 seconds. The 41st member of 72 eclipses in Lunar Saros 127. Visible from all of North & South America, Europe & Africa.

5 September 16, 1997 (Total)

The gamma was -0.3768, the umbral magnitude was 1.1909 & totality lasted 61 minutes 30 seconds. The only total lunar eclipse in 1997 & the 25th member of 78 eclipses in Lunar Saros 137. Visible from Africa, Madagascar, Asia, Australia & Antarctica.

6 November 29, 1993 (Total)

The gamma was -0.3994, the umbral magnitude was 1.0876 & totality lasted 46 minutes 3 seconds. The 2nd of 2 total lunar eclipses in 1993. 22nd member of 71 eclipses in Lunar Saros 135. Visible from all of the Americas, Greenland, Western Europe, Western Africa & barely Antarctica.

7 February 9, 1990 (Total)

The gamma was -0.4148, the umbral magnitude was 1.075 & totality lasted 42 minutes 18 seconds. The only total lunar eclipse of 1990 & the 25th of 71 eclipses in Lunar Saros 133. Visible from Africa, Europa, Madagascar, Asia, the Philippines, Australia & Antarctica.

8 March 24, 1997 (Partial)

There were only 8 total lunar eclipses in the 90's, so 3 lunar eclipses were partial. This was the largest & longest of the 90's partial eclipses, with an umbral magnitude of 0.9195 & duration of 203 minutes 3 seconds in Earth's umbral shadow. The gamma was 0.4899 & it was the last member of the 1st set of partial eclipses & 29th member of 71 overall eclipses in Lunar Saros 132. Visible from North & South America, Greenland, Eastern Europe & Africa as well as Antarctica.

9 June 15, 1992 (Partial)

The only partial lunar eclipse of 1992. The gamma was -0.6288, the umbral magnitude was 0.6822 & partiality lasted 179 minutes 48 seconds. The 56th member of 83 eclipses in Lunar Saros 120. Visible from North & South America, Cuba, Antarctica & Eastern Africa.

10 August 6, 1990 (Partial)

The only partial lunar eclipse of 1990. The gamma was 0.6374, the umbral magnitude was 0.6766 & partiality lasted 175 minutes 30 seconds. The 27th member of 82 eclipses in Lunar Saros 138. Visible from Asia, the Philippines, Australia, New Zealand & Antarctica.

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