2011 ECLIPSES By Climate Data Processing Centre Karachi

2011 ECLIPSES
Issued By
Climate Data Processing Centre/PMD

There will be six eclipses, four partial solar (of the sun) and two lunar (of the moon) during the year 2011.Only one partial solar eclipse and two lunar eclipse will be visible in Pakistan. The details of the eclipses are as follows.
1. Partial eclipse of Sun on Tuesday, the 04th January 2011 (Visible in Pakistan)
A partial eclipse will be visible from much of Europe, North Africa and central Asia including Pakistan.
Eclipse begins 11:40 PST.
Greatest Eclipse 13:51 PST
Eclipse ends 16:01 PST
Greatest Magnitude 0.86.

2. Partial eclipse of Sun on Thursday, the 02nd June 2011 (Not Visible in Pakistan)
A partial eclipse will be visible from high latitude of northern Hemi sphere i.e. from eastern
Asia, (Siberia, china except southern Japan), northern Alaska, northern Canada, north tip of
Scandinavia, green land and ice land.
Eclipse begins 00:25 PST
Greatest eclipse 02:16 PST
Eclipse end 04:07 PST
Greatest magnitude 0.60.

3. Total eclipse of Moon b/w Wednesday & Thursday night, the 15th / 16th June 2011
(Visible in Pakistan) The entire event will be seen from eastern half of Africa, the Middle East, Central and southern Asia and western Australia, The moons contact times with earths shadow are listed below.
Eclipse begins 22:25 PST on 15th June 2011.
Partial eclipse begins 23:23 PST on 15th June 2011.
Total eclipse begins 00:22 PST on 16th June 2011.
Greatest eclipse 01:13 PST on 16th June 2011.
Total eclipse end 02:03 PST on 16th June 2011.
Partial eclipse end 03:02 PST on 16th June 2011.
Eclipse end 04:01 PST on 16th June 2011.
Penumbral magnitude 2.69.
Umbral magnitude 1.70.

4. Partial eclipse of Sun on Friday, the 01st July 2011 (Not Visible in Pakistan)
A slight partial solar eclipse will be visible from southern ocean of south Africa .
Eclipse begins 12:54 PST.
Greatest eclipse. 13:38 PST
Eclipse end 14:23 PST.
Greatest magnitude. 0.097.

5. Partial eclipse of Sun on Friday, the 25th November 2011 (Not Visible in Pakistan)
A partial eclipse will be visible from high latitudes of southern hemisphere and includes southern south Africa, Antarctica, Tasmania and most of Newzealand.
Eclipse begins 09:23 PST
Greatest eclipse 11:20 PST
Eclipse ends 13:17 PST
Greatest Magnitude 0.905.

6. Total eclipse of Moon on Saturday, the 10th December 2011 (Visible in Pakistan)
All phases of total lunar eclipse will be visible from eastern and southeastern Asia and Australia.
The moons contact time with earths shadow are listed below.
Penumbral eclipse begins 16:34 PST.
Partial eclipse begins 17:46 PST.
Total eclipse begins 19:06 PST.
Greatest eclipse 19:32 PST.
Total eclipse ends 19:57 PST.
Partial eclipse end 21:18 PST.
Penumbral eclipse end 22:30 PST.
Penumbral magnitude 2.19
Umbral magnitude 1.11

Climate Data Processing Centre
Pakistan Meteorological Department
University Road, Karachi-75270.
met1413khi@ntc.net.pk
January 1, 2011
Source: www.pakmet.com.pk/cdpc/eclipses-2011.pdf

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