Partial Lunar Eclipse On October 28, 2023
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The lunar eclipse of October 2023 was completely visible over Europe and most of Asia and Africa, and was seen rising over the eastern Americas, and setting over Australia.
This partial eclipse is very shallow – only 12.4%. In addition, this eclipse is mainly centered over the eastern hemisphere. Two weeks earlier, an annular eclipse of the Sun occurred over the lower 48. You usually have two or three eclipses of the Moon or Sun happening within four to six weeks because the Sun, Moon, and Earth are “roughly” on the same plane. It takes them a few weeks to get out of alignment, so to speak, in the video published on May 10, 2023, by Larry, as “Partial Eclipse of the Moon on October 28, 2023“, below:
It’s not often that we get a chance to observe our planet’s shadow, but we can get a fleeting glimpse during a lunar eclipse, in the video published on April 17, 2023, by FOX Weather, as “What Is a Lunar Eclipse? Total, Partial and Penumbral Eclipse Explained“, below:
Update: Thank you to all of you who joined in remotely for the meditation and ceremony on the lunar eclipse that I facilitated in the Great Pyramid during the time of the eclipse. I will share more of the experience in my next youtube video. It was truly a powerful and transformational time, and we sent out healing for the world, in the video published on Oct 17, 2023, by Heather Ensworth, as “Full Moon- Partial Lunar Eclipse – October 28, 2023“, below:
Watch a recording of timanddate.com’s LIVE show of the partial lunar eclipse on October 28-29, 2023. It was visible from Europe, Africa, Asia, parts of Australia, and a small area of North and South America, in the video published on Oct 28, 2023, by timeanddate, as “LIVE: Partial Lunar Eclipse – October 28/229, 2023“, below:
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