Six Millennium Catalog of Lunar Eclipses

-1099 to -1000 (1100 BCE to 1001 BCE)

Fred Espenak

Introduction

The Six Millennium Catalog of Lunar Eclipses is organized into a series of sixty 100-year web pages, each one covering a century of lunar eclipses. The 100-year table below covers the period -1099 to -1000 (1100 BCE to 1001 BCE) [1]. The date and time of each eclipse is given for the instant of Greatest Eclipse [2]. Each eclipse date links to a web page containing additional details and a map showing the geographic region of eclipse visibility for that eclipse. A description of each parameter in the catalog table can be found in Key to Catalog of Lunar Eclipses.

For an explanation of how eclipses are classified, see Lunar Eclipse Basics. The frequency of each eclipse type, the extremes in eclipse magnitude and duration, and other data for the century are presented in the Eclipse Statistics tables following the Catalog of Lunar Eclipses. To select a different century, visit the Index to Six Millennium Catalog of Lunar Eclipses.

Catalog of Lunar Eclipses: -1099 to -1000 (1100 BCE to 1001 BCE)
Calendar Date TD of Greatest Eclipse ΔT

s
ΔT Sigma
s
Luna Num Saros Num Ecl Type QSE Gamma Pen Mag Um Mag Pen
Dur
m
Par
Dur
m
Total
Dur
m
Zen
Lat
°
Zen
Long
°
-1099 Feb 08 12:45:36 27096 829 -38329 35P t- -0.6650 1.6788 0.5977338.1173.3 - 17N 74W
-1099 Aug 04 22:09:03 27087 828 -38323 40P a- 0.6046 1.7388 0.7581304.7174.5 - 20S141E
-1099 Dec 30 03:48:21 27079 827 -38318 7N -a 1.4507 0.2025-0.8101124.9 - - 25N 57E
-1098 Jan 28 16:56:05 27078 826 -38317 45N a- -1.3374 0.4220-0.6136182.9 - - 19N137W
-1098 Jun 25 19:27:17 27070 826 -38312 12N -t -1.3697 0.3705-0.6805179.3 - - 25S179E
-1098 Jul 25 08:31:43 27069 825 -38311 50N t- 1.4051 0.2963-0.7362156.9 - - 21S 15W
-1098 Dec 19 17:31:28 27061 825 -38306 17P -a 0.7334 1.4994 0.5251283.1146.8 - 24N150W
-1097 Jun 14 20:41:14 27052 823 -38300 22P -t -0.6347 1.7284 0.6589343.2181.8 - 23S160E
-1097 Dec 09 09:12:33 27043 822 -38294 27T+-p 0.0702 2.7186 1.7396322.5211.3 97.422N 26W
-1096 Jun 02 22:41:39 27034 821 -38288 32T+pp 0.1418 2.6178 1.5781359.7228.4100.020S130E
-1096 Nov 27 22:10:37 27025 820 -38282 37P a- -0.6300 1.7146 0.6899313.1171.5 - 19N138E
-1095 May 23 07:19:15 27016 819 -38276 42P a- 0.8977 1.2034 0.2182274.8103.4 - 17S 1E
-1095 Nov 17 04:28:46 27007 818 -38270 47N t- -1.3719 0.3820-0.6997182.4 - - 15N 43E
-1094 Apr 13 15:33:21 27000 817 -38265 14P -a -0.9071 1.1647 0.2220256.5 99.6 - 6S121W
-1094 Oct 07 09:23:14 26991 816 -38259 19P -t 0.9735 1.1190 0.0254295.9 39.0 - 2N 30W
-1093 Apr 03 08:04:55 26982 815 -38253 24T--p -0.1873 2.4972 1.5309324.1211.8 92.4 1S 7W
-1093 Sep 26 12:39:45 26973 814 -38247 29T+-p 0.2414 2.4371 1.3935349.0218.6 87.0 3S 78W
-1092 Mar 22 20:01:23 26964 813 -38241 34P t- 0.5867 1.7920 0.7711324.1183.0 - 4N175E
-1092 Sep 14 23:22:20 26955 812 -38235 39P a- -0.4741 1.9809 0.9949313.4190.4 - 8S122E
-1091 Feb 10 07:56:49 26947 811 -38230 6Ne-t -1.5551 0.0504-1.0404 70.0 - - 16N 2W
-1091 Mar 12 00:36:03 26946 811 -38229 44N t- 1.3748 0.3715-0.7000182.3 - - 9N107E
-1091 Aug 06 06:28:12 26938 810 -38224 11N -a 1.4317 0.2088-0.7469120.6 - - 19S 16E
-1091 Sep 04 14:57:06 26937 810 -38223 49N a- -1.1430 0.7399-0.2188214.6 - - 12S111W
-1090 Jan 30 08:13:06 26929 809 -38218 16P -t -0.8366 1.3597 0.2867311.9124.7 - 20N 7W
-1090 Jul 26 21:04:22 26920 808 -38212 21P -a 0.7566 1.4661 0.4733294.3146.4 - 21S156E

Catalog of Lunar Eclipses: -1099 to -1000 (1100 BCE to 1001 BCE)
Calendar Date TD of Greatest Eclipse ΔT

s
ΔT Sigma
s
Luna Num Saros Num Ecl Type QSE Gamma Pen Mag Um Mag Pen
Dur
m
Par
Dur
m
Total
Dur
m
Zen
Lat
°
Zen
Long
°
-1089 Jan 19 14:20:24 26912 807 -38206 26T-pp -0.0892 2.7051 1.6838342.9220.3 99.522N 99W
-1089 Jul 16 05:33:14 26902 806 -38200 31T+pp 0.0090 2.8642 1.8191361.3230.2104.823S 28E
-1088 Jan 09 03:09:15 26893 805 -38194 36P a- 0.6043 1.7375 0.7607298.0171.1 - 24N 67E
-1088 Jul 04 07:27:17 26885 804 -38188 41P t- -0.7594 1.5013 0.4287328.9152.2 - 25S 1W
-1088 Nov 29 07:58:53 26877 803 -38183 8N -a -1.4296 0.2296-0.7597128.5 - - 19N 9W
-1088 Dec 28 18:57:26 26876 803 -38182 46N a- 1.2593 0.5328-0.4384186.8 - - 25N171W
-1087 May 24 19:57:25 26868 802 -38177 13N -t 1.2659 0.5477-0.4771208.3 - - 17S171E
-1087 Jun 23 08:32:18 26867 801 -38176 51N t- -1.4860 0.1575-0.8942119.3 - - 25S 18W
-1087 Nov 18 19:20:58 26859 801 -38171 18P -a -0.8088 1.3952 0.3531299.6131.5 - 16N180E
-1086 May 14 06:36:44 26850 800 -38165 23T -a 0.4455 2.0259 1.0548316.5195.7 35.415S 11E
-1086 Nov 07 23:32:09 26841 798 -38159 28T-pp -0.1329 2.6613 1.5678371.9230.6 99.514N116E
-1085 May 03 22:39:31 26832 797 -38153 33T p- -0.3103 2.2590 1.3178311.0201.9 76.412S130E
-1085 Oct 27 22:41:53 26823 796 -38147 38P t- 0.5482 1.9041 0.8010355.0195.1 - 10N129E
-1084 Mar 24 07:28:14 26816 795 -38142 5Ne-a 1.5134 0.0718-0.9096 74.2 - - 4N 3E
-1084 Apr 22 15:43:14 26814 795 -38141 43N a- -1.0531 0.9028-0.0517236.2 - - 9S125W
-1084 Oct 16 00:18:13 26805 794 -38135 48N a- 1.2054 0.6776-0.3844231.6 - - 6N105E
-1083 Mar 13 17:23:07 26798 793 -38130 15P -t 0.8319 1.3515 0.3120302.8127.2 - 8N145W
-1083 Sep 05 22:26:58 26789 792 -38124 20P -a -0.8701 1.2473 0.2753268.2111.3 - 12S136E
-1082 Mar 02 20:01:45 26780 791 -38118 25T+pp 0.1033 2.7096 1.6282374.7234.1103.011N175E
-1082 Aug 26 14:40:39 26771 790 -38112 30T--p -0.1672 2.5297 1.5722317.0208.4 92.615S108W
-1081 Feb 19 20:03:08 26762 789 -38106 35P t- -0.6211 1.7566 0.6810341.5182.1 - 14N175E
-1081 Aug 16 05:53:28 26753 788 -38100 40P a- 0.5585 1.8264 0.8397310.1181.5 - 17S 24E
-1080 Jan 10 12:13:25 26746 787 -38095 7N -a 1.4575 0.1875-0.8199119.9 - - 25N 69W
-1080 Feb 09 00:47:28 26744 787 -38094 45N a- -1.3041 0.4799-0.5492193.1 - - 17N104E
-1080 Jul 06 02:05:27 26737 786 -38089 12N -t -1.4482 0.2289-0.8268143.3 - - 25S 79E

Catalog of Lunar Eclipses: -1099 to -1000 (1100 BCE to 1001 BCE)
Calendar Date TD of Greatest Eclipse ΔT

s
ΔT Sigma
s
Luna Num Saros Num Ecl Type QSE Gamma Pen Mag Um Mag Pen
Dur
m
Par
Dur
m
Total
Dur
m
Zen
Lat
°
Zen
Long
°
-1080 Aug 04 15:42:01 26735 786 -38088 50N t- 1.3519 0.3972-0.6417180.8 - - 19S124W
-1080 Dec 30 02:17:13 26728 785 -38083 17P -a 0.7381 1.4894 0.5178282.1145.8 - 25N 79E
-1079 Jun 25 03:02:10 26719 784 -38077 22P -t -0.7199 1.5727 0.5022333.5162.8 - 24S 64E
-1079 Dec 19 18:01:30 26710 783 -38071 27T+-p 0.0721 2.7153 1.7360323.0211.6 97.423N159W
-1078 Jun 14 05:18:21 26701 782 -38065 32T+pp 0.0579 2.7705 1.7331359.6229.7104.122S 30E
-1078 Dec 09 06:46:15 26692 781 -38059 37P a- -0.6320 1.7120 0.6849314.1171.5 - 21N 9E
-1077 Jun 03 14:23:58 26683 780 -38053 42P a- 0.8182 1.3477 0.3656284.9130.6 - 20S107W
-1077 Nov 28 12:42:05 26674 779 -38047 47N t- -1.3736 0.3801-0.7040182.5 - - 18N 81W
-1076 Apr 23 23:05:21 26666 778 -38042 14P -a -0.9740 1.0412 0.1001245.8 68.0 - 10S124E
-1076 May 23 05:40:03 26665 778 -38041 52Nba- 1.5116 0.0561-0.8875 63.2 - - 17S 24E
-1076 Oct 17 17:15:01 26658 777 -38036 19P -t 0.9858 1.0969 0.0024293.3 12.1 - 7N150W
-1075 Apr 13 15:33:04 26649 776 -38030 24T--p -0.2528 2.3773 1.4105323.1209.3 85.4 5S122W
-1075 Oct 06 20:47:41 26640 775 -38024 29T+-p 0.2564 2.4092 1.3661347.4217.0 84.6 2N157E
-1074 Apr 03 03:10:09 26631 774 -38018 34P t- 0.5241 1.9073 0.8854330.6192.9 - 0S 65E
-1074 Sep 26 07:44:19 26622 773 -38012 39T a- -0.4527 2.0204 1.0340314.1192.2 27.7 3S 6W
-1073 Mar 23 07:27:01 26613 772 -38006 44N t- 1.3149 0.4807-0.5895205.6 - - 5N 2E
-1073 Aug 17 14:24:46 26605 771 -38001 11N -a 1.4770 0.1277-0.8323 95.2 - - 16S105W
-1073 Sep 15 23:18:25 26604 771 -38000 49N a- -1.1166 0.7897-0.1717220.7 - - 8S121E
-1072 Feb 10 15:44:54 26596 770 -37995 16P -t -0.8689 1.2976 0.2305305.7112.5 - 17N121W
-1072 Aug 06 04:36:02 26587 769 -37989 21P -a 0.8125 1.3667 0.3677288.9131.5 - 19S 42E
-1071 Jan 29 22:26:37 26579 768 -37983 26T-pp -0.1117 2.6606 1.6455340.9219.3 98.420N138E
-1071 Jul 26 12:28:38 26570 767 -37977 31T+pp 0.0761 2.7440 1.6932362.6230.0103.322S 76W
-1070 Jan 19 11:40:31 26561 766 -37971 36P a- 0.5876 1.7660 0.7934298.6173.5 - 23N 61W
-1070 Jul 15 13:59:23 26552 765 -37965 41P t- -0.6832 1.6424 0.5669338.7171.2 - 24S100W
-1070 Dec 10 16:46:19 26544 764 -37960 8N -a -1.4336 0.2228-0.7678127.0 - - 21N141W

Catalog of Lunar Eclipses: -1099 to -1000 (1100 BCE to 1001 BCE)
Calendar Date TD of Greatest Eclipse ΔT

s
ΔT Sigma
s
Luna Num Saros Num Ecl Type QSE Gamma Pen Mag Um Mag Pen
Dur
m
Par
Dur
m
Total
Dur
m
Zen
Lat
°
Zen
Long
°
-1069 Jan 09 03:37:38 26543 764 -37959 46N a- 1.2504 0.5485-0.4214189.4 - - 25N 59E
-1069 Jun 05 02:41:00 26535 763 -37954 13N -t 1.3421 0.4065-0.6153181.1 - - 20S 68E
-1069 Jul 04 15:11:05 26534 763 -37953 51N t- -1.4064 0.3032-0.7478162.9 - - 25S118W
-1069 Nov 30 03:51:18 26526 762 -37948 18P -a -0.8107 1.3932 0.3482300.6131.1 - 19N 51E
-1068 May 24 13:47:31 26518 761 -37942 23P -a 0.5210 1.8857 0.9179309.9186.6 - 18S 99W
-1068 Nov 18 07:39:01 26509 760 -37936 28T-pp -0.1365 2.6560 1.5600372.8230.8 99.217N 7W
-1067 May 14 06:04:02 26500 759 -37930 33T-p- -0.2355 2.3955 1.4555313.5206.1 87.016S 17E
-1067 Nov 07 06:42:00 26491 758 -37924 38P t- 0.5415 1.9166 0.8131355.3196.0 - 14N 7E
-1066 May 03 23:04:27 26482 757 -37918 43P a- -0.9833 1.0313 0.0758249.6 60.3 - 13S122E
-1066 Oct 27 08:32:40 26473 756 -37912 48N a- 1.1949 0.6963-0.3646233.6 - - 10N 21W
-1065 Mar 25 00:30:54 26466 755 -37907 15P -t 0.8955 1.2350 0.1952294.2102.6 - 3N105E
-1065 Sep 17 06:45:07 26457 754 -37901 20P -a -0.8950 1.2023 0.2291264.2102.1 - 7S 9E
-1064 Mar 13 02:57:27 26448 753 -37895 25T+pp 0.1622 2.6001 1.5211373.5232.5 98.8 7N 69E
-1064 Sep 05 22:53:22 26439 752 -37889 30T--p -0.2011 2.4693 1.5082316.8207.2 89.611S127E
-1063 Mar 02 03:14:05 26430 751 -37883 35P t- -0.5710 1.8456 0.7756344.9190.8 - 11N 66E
-1063 Aug 26 13:44:04 26421 749 -37877 40P a- 0.5182 1.9035 0.9107314.8187.2 - 14S 96W
-1062 Jan 20 20:33:08 26414 749 -37872 7N -a 1.4693 0.1630-0.8388111.6 - - 24N166E
-1062 Feb 19 08:32:05 26412 748 -37871 45N a- -1.2642 0.5497-0.4727204.3 - - 14N 14W
-1062 Jul 17 08:48:24 26405 748 -37866 12Ne-t -1.5218 0.0964-0.9642 94.4 - - 25S 22W
-1062 Aug 15 22:59:21 26403 747 -37865 50N t- 1.3046 0.4872-0.5583199.5 - - 16S125E
-1061 Jan 10 10:55:58 26396 747 -37860 17P -a 0.7491 1.4677 0.4992280.3143.5 - 24N 51W
-1061 Jul 06 09:30:22 26387 746 -37854 22P -t -0.7991 1.4280 0.3560323.2140.1 - 25S 34W
-1061 Dec 31 02:44:44 26378 745 -37848 27T+-p 0.0788 2.7028 1.7236323.5211.9 97.424N 70E
-1060 Jun 24 12:01:23 26369 743 -37842 32T-pp -0.0217 2.8361 1.8005358.4229.3104.624S 72W
-1060 Dec 19 15:17:25 26360 742 -37836 37P a- -0.6310 1.7148 0.6860315.3172.1 - 23N119W

Catalog of Lunar Eclipses: -1099 to -1000 (1100 BCE to 1001 BCE)
Calendar Date TD of Greatest Eclipse ΔT

s
ΔT Sigma
s
Luna Num Saros Num Ecl Type QSE Gamma Pen Mag Um Mag Pen
Dur
m
Par
Dur
m
Total
Dur
m
Zen
Lat
°
Zen
Long
°
-1059 Jun 13 21:31:59 26351 741 -37830 42P a- 0.7400 1.4899 0.5103293.5150.4 - 22S145E
-1059 Dec 08 20:52:49 26343 740 -37824 47N t- -1.3739 0.3804-0.7053183.1 - - 21N156E
-1058 May 05 06:31:34 26335 740 -37819 14N -a -1.0455 0.9095-0.0308233.0 - - 14S 10E
-1058 Jun 03 13:01:53 26334 739 -37818 52N a- 1.4376 0.1914-0.7513115.1 - - 19S 88W
-1058 Oct 29 01:15:15 26326 739 -37813 19Nx-t 0.9916 1.0862-0.0084291.8 - - 11N 88E
-1057 Apr 24 22:53:34 26317 738 -37807 24T -a -0.3241 2.2472 1.2792321.2205.4 74.0 9S126E
-1057 Oct 18 05:04:19 26308 737 -37801 29T+-p 0.2652 2.3926 1.3504345.9215.9 83.0 6N 31E
-1056 Apr 13 10:10:28 26300 735 -37795 34T t- 0.4554 2.0340 1.0109337.0202.1 16.6 5S 42W
-1056 Oct 06 16:14:46 26291 734 -37789 39T a- -0.4377 2.0481 1.0615314.3193.3 36.8 1N136W
-1055 Apr 02 14:08:56 26282 733 -37783 44N t- 1.2478 0.6032-0.4658227.9 - - 0N101W
-1055 Aug 27 22:27:38 26274 733 -37778 11N -a 1.5170 0.0566-0.9079 64.0 - - 12S133E
-1055 Sep 26 07:47:11 26273 732 -37777 49N a- -1.0965 0.8280-0.1363225.2 - - 4S 8W
-1054 Feb 20 23:09:51 26266 732 -37772 16P -t -0.9073 1.2240 0.1631298.0 95.3 - 13N126E
-1054 Aug 17 12:13:19 26257 731 -37766 21P -a 0.8626 1.2779 0.2725283.5115.2 - 16S 73W
-1053 Feb 10 06:25:50 26248 730 -37760 26T-pp -0.1409 2.6039 1.5951338.6218.0 96.617N 18E
-1053 Aug 06 19:30:43 26239 729 -37754 31T+pp 0.1367 2.6359 1.5790363.3229.0 99.920S177E
-1052 Jan 30 20:05:57 26230 727 -37748 36P a- 0.5661 1.8034 0.8350299.5176.6 - 21N172E
-1052 Jul 25 20:38:02 26221 726 -37742 41P t- -0.6122 1.7742 0.6958346.7185.7 - 23S160E
-1052 Dec 21 01:30:25 26214 726 -37737 8N -a -1.4400 0.2116-0.7800124.2 - - 22N 87E
-1051 Jan 19 12:12:08 26212 725 -37736 46N a- 1.2374 0.5716-0.3969193.1 - - 24N 70W
-1051 Jun 15 09:28:52 26205 725 -37731 13N -t 1.4152 0.2710-0.7481149.1 - - 21S 35W
-1051 Jul 14 21:57:04 26204 724 -37730 51N t- -1.3315 0.4404-0.6101193.4 - - 25S140E
-1051 Dec 10 12:18:22 26196 724 -37725 18P -a -0.8149 1.3867 0.3394301.2130.0 - 21N 76W
-1050 Jun 04 20:59:50 26187 723 -37719 23P -a 0.5961 1.7468 0.7815302.6175.8 - 20S152E
-1050 Nov 29 15:45:00 26178 722 -37713 28T-pp -0.1404 2.6496 1.5520373.5231.0 99.020N129W

Catalog of Lunar Eclipses: -1099 to -1000 (1100 BCE to 1001 BCE)
Calendar Date TD of Greatest Eclipse ΔT

s
ΔT Sigma
s
Luna Num Saros Num Ecl Type QSE Gamma Pen Mag Um Mag Pen
Dur
m
Par
Dur
m
Total
Dur
m
Zen
Lat
°
Zen
Long
°
-1049 May 25 13:28:31 26169 721 -37707 33T-p- -0.1605 2.5329 1.5934315.3209.1 93.919S 95W
-1049 Nov 18 14:43:34 26161 720 -37701 38P t- 0.5357 1.9270 0.8240355.4196.7 - 18N115W
-1048 May 14 06:23:19 26152 719 -37695 43P a- -0.9121 1.1628 0.2056262.0 97.8 - 17S 11E
-1048 Nov 06 16:52:02 26143 718 -37689 48N a- 1.1877 0.7085-0.3506234.6 - - 15N147W
-1047 Apr 04 07:28:21 26135 717 -37684 15P -t 0.9664 1.1051 0.0647283.2 60.4 - 1S 1W
-1047 Sep 27 15:12:00 26127 716 -37678 20P -a -0.9133 1.1693 0.1951261.1 94.5 - 3S120W
-1046 Mar 24 09:42:11 26118 715 -37672 25T+pp 0.2299 2.4747 1.3982371.5229.5 91.1 3N 34W
-1046 Sep 17 07:14:46 26109 714 -37666 30T--p -0.2278 2.4223 1.4574316.6206.0 86.7 7S 0W
-1045 Mar 13 10:15:13 26100 713 -37660 35P t- -0.5120 1.9510 0.8866348.5199.6 - 7N 42W
-1045 Sep 06 21:43:18 26091 712 -37654 40P a- 0.4857 1.9663 0.9674318.8191.5 - 10S143E
-1044 Feb 01 04:46:30 26084 711 -37649 7N -a 1.4872 0.1272-0.8688 98.5 - - 21N 42E
-1044 Mar 01 16:09:38 26082 711 -37648 45N a- -1.2174 0.6322-0.3835216.3 - - 10N130W
-1044 Aug 26 06:23:04 26074 710 -37642 50N t- 1.2630 0.5669-0.4851214.5 - - 13S 13E
-1043 Jan 20 19:30:02 26066 709 -37637 17P -a 0.7643 1.4380 0.4728278.0140.1 - 23N180W
-1043 Jul 16 16:03:39 26057 708 -37631 22P -t -0.8744 1.2907 0.2170311.9111.6 - 24S132W
-1042 Jan 10 11:22:52 26049 707 -37625 27T+-p 0.0893 2.6834 1.7047323.9212.1 97.223N 59W
-1042 Jul 05 18:49:38 26040 706 -37619 32T-pp -0.0979 2.6956 1.6613356.5227.6102.024S175W
-1042 Dec 30 23:43:57 26031 705 -37613 37P a- -0.6269 1.7230 0.6929316.8173.3 - 23N114E
-1041 Jun 25 04:45:01 26022 704 -37607 42P a- 0.6652 1.6262 0.6486300.4165.4 - 23S 36E
-1041 Dec 20 04:59:38 26013 703 -37601 47N t- -1.3715 0.3852-0.7014184.6 - - 22N 34E
-1040 May 15 13:57:27 26006 702 -37596 14N -a -1.1173 0.7777-0.1624218.6 - - 17S103W
-1040 Jun 13 20:27:16 26004 702 -37595 52N a- 1.3660 0.3226-0.6199147.5 - - 21S160E
-1040 Nov 08 09:19:26 25997 701 -37590 19Nx-t 0.9948 1.0800-0.0139290.6 - - 15N 34W
-1039 May 05 06:09:27 25988 700 -37584 24T -a -0.3984 2.1118 1.1420318.6200.0 55.313S 14E
-1039 Oct 28 13:26:54 25979 699 -37578 29T+-p 0.2699 2.3833 1.3425344.5215.0 82.110N 96W

Catalog of Lunar Eclipses: -1099 to -1000 (1100 BCE to 1001 BCE)
Calendar Date TD of Greatest Eclipse ΔT

s
ΔT Sigma
s
Luna Num Saros Num Ecl Type QSE Gamma Pen Mag Um Mag Pen
Dur
m
Par
Dur
m
Total
Dur
m
Zen
Lat
°
Zen
Long
°
-1038 Apr 24 17:03:49 25970 698 -37572 34T t- 0.3816 2.1703 1.1454343.0210.4 58.4 9S148W
-1038 Oct 18 00:51:51 25962 697 -37566 39T a- -0.4278 2.0662 1.0797314.2193.9 41.6 6N 93E
-1037 Apr 13 20:42:58 25953 696 -37560 44N t- 1.1744 0.7375-0.3306248.9 - - 4S158E
-1037 Oct 07 16:23:29 25944 695 -37554 49N a- -1.0826 0.8548-0.1121228.4 - - 1N139W
-1036 Mar 03 06:26:40 25937 694 -37549 16P -t -0.9527 1.1375 0.0829288.8 68.5 - 10N 15E
-1036 Aug 27 19:57:47 25928 693 -37543 21P -a 0.9059 1.2019 0.1899278.6 97.6 - 13S169E
-1035 Feb 20 14:17:40 25919 692 -37537 26T-pp -0.1770 2.5344 1.5321336.1216.3 93.814N102W
-1035 Aug 17 02:40:04 25910 691 -37531 31T+pp 0.1903 2.5405 1.4776363.7227.3 95.017S 69E
-1034 Feb 10 04:22:12 25901 690 -37525 36P a- 0.5365 1.8554 0.8914301.1180.4 - 18N 47E
-1034 Aug 06 03:25:20 25893 689 -37519 41P t- -0.5480 1.8936 0.8120353.1196.6 - 20S 57E
-1033 Jan 01 10:09:28 25885 688 -37514 8N -a -1.4502 0.1931-0.7989119.1 - - 22N 43W
-1033 Jan 30 20:38:10 25884 688 -37513 46N a- 1.2181 0.6063-0.3607198.4 - - 21N163E
-1033 Jun 26 16:22:10 25876 687 -37508 13N -t 1.4848 0.1423-0.8747108.9 - - 22S139W
-1033 Jul 26 04:52:10 25875 687 -37507 51N t- -1.2625 0.5669-0.4835216.1 - - 23S 35E
-1033 Dec 21 20:41:39 25868 686 -37502 18P -a -0.8213 1.3757 0.3266301.4128.1 - 23N158E
-1032 Jun 15 04:15:38 25859 685 -37496 23P -a 0.6688 1.6123 0.6489294.7163.3 - 22S 42E
-1032 Dec 09 23:50:27 25850 684 -37490 28T-pp -0.1443 2.6428 1.5444374.1231.2 98.822N109E
-1031 Jun 04 20:51:51 25841 683 -37484 33T-pp -0.0844 2.6726 1.7330316.5210.9 98.021S152E
-1031 Nov 28 22:48:11 25832 682 -37478 38P t- 0.5319 1.9333 0.8315355.1197.1 - 20N124E
-1030 May 25 13:39:12 25824 681 -37472 43P a- -0.8391 1.2979 0.3384273.4123.4 - 20S100W
-1030 Nov 18 01:15:27 25815 680 -37466 48N a- 1.1830 0.7159-0.3407234.8 - - 18N 86E
-1029 Apr 15 14:18:25 25807 679 -37461 15N -t 1.0423 0.9664-0.0749269.6 - - 5S106W
-1029 Oct 08 23:46:34 25799 679 -37455 20P -a -0.9258 1.1468 0.1717258.9 88.8 - 1N110E
-1028 Apr 03 16:21:08 25790 678 -37449 25T pt 0.3023 2.3409 1.2666368.4224.9 78.5 1S136W
-1028 Sep 27 15:42:23 25781 677 -37443 30T--p -0.2491 2.3850 1.4164316.6205.0 84.0 2S129W

Catalog of Lunar Eclipses: -1099 to -1000 (1100 BCE to 1001 BCE)
Calendar Date TD of Greatest Eclipse ΔT

s
ΔT Sigma
s
Luna Num Saros Num Ecl Type QSE Gamma Pen Mag Um Mag Pen
Dur
m
Par
Dur
m
Total
Dur
m
Zen
Lat
°
Zen
Long
°
-1027 Mar 23 17:11:22 25772 676 -37437 35T t- -0.4480 2.0656 1.0068351.8207.6 13.4 3N148W
-1027 Sep 17 05:49:21 25763 675 -37431 40T p- 0.4593 2.0177 1.0127322.1194.8 17.3 6S 19E
-1026 Feb 11 12:51:36 25756 674 -37426 7N -a 1.5124 0.0780-0.9120 77.1 - - 19N 80W
-1026 Mar 12 23:39:17 25755 674 -37425 45N a- -1.1631 0.7285-0.2806228.9 - - 6N116E
-1026 Sep 06 13:55:27 25746 673 -37419 50N t- 1.2288 0.6329-0.4256226.2 - - 9S102W
-1025 Feb 01 03:55:36 25739 672 -37414 17P -a 0.7870 1.3947 0.4329274.8134.8 - 21N 53E
-1025 Jul 27 22:46:24 25730 671 -37408 22P -t -0.9420 1.1677 0.0922300.6 74.0 - 23S126E
-1024 Jan 21 19:52:26 25721 670 -37402 27T+-p 0.1067 2.6512 1.6731324.2212.2 96.622N173E
-1024 Jul 16 01:47:00 25712 669 -37396 32T-pp -0.1678 2.5670 1.5336353.9224.8 96.923S 80E
-1023 Jan 10 08:03:03 25703 668 -37390 37P a- -0.6174 1.7408 0.7099318.8175.4 - 23N 11W
-1023 Jul 05 12:02:41 25695 667 -37384 42P a- 0.5931 1.7579 0.7815306.2177.0 - 23S 75W
-1023 Dec 30 13:01:05 25686 666 -37378 47N t- -1.3652 0.3968-0.6900187.5 - - 23N 87W
-1022 May 26 21:20:26 25679 665 -37373 14N -a -1.1915 0.6418-0.2988201.5 - - 20S144E
-1022 Jun 25 03:54:42 25677 665 -37372 52N a- 1.2956 0.4521-0.4909172.3 - - 22S 47E
-1022 Nov 19 17:27:26 25670 664 -37367 19Nx-t 0.9955 1.0781-0.0143289.7 - - 18N158W
-1021 May 16 13:20:48 25661 663 -37361 24P -a -0.4758 1.9710 0.9988315.0192.7 - 17S 95W
-1021 Nov 08 21:55:49 25652 662 -37355 29T+-p 0.2705 2.3812 1.3423343.2214.4 81.914N135E
-1020 May 04 23:50:57 25643 661 -37349 34T pp 0.3036 2.3145 1.2875348.4217.5 78.513S108E
-1020 Oct 28 09:34:49 25635 660 -37343 39T a- -0.4223 2.0761 1.0899313.9194.0 43.910N 39W
-1019 Apr 24 03:10:47 25626 659 -37337 44N t- 1.0959 0.8812-0.1862268.5 - - 8S 59E
-1019 Oct 18 01:06:04 25617 658 -37331 49N a- -1.0744 0.8712-0.0982230.4 - - 5N 88E
-1018 Mar 14 13:35:56 25610 657 -37326 16Nx-t -1.0047 1.0388-0.0095277.7 - - 6N 94W
-1018 Sep 08 03:49:33 25601 656 -37320 21P -a 0.9421 1.1387 0.1202274.4 78.6 - 9S 49E
-1017 Mar 03 22:02:59 25592 655 -37314 26T--p -0.2191 2.4538 1.4579333.2214.0 89.610N140E
-1017 Aug 28 09:56:42 25584 654 -37308 31T+-p 0.2372 2.4576 1.3886363.8225.3 89.014S 42W

Catalog of Lunar Eclipses: -1099 to -1000 (1100 BCE to 1001 BCE)
Calendar Date TD of Greatest Eclipse ΔT

s
ΔT Sigma
s
Luna Num Saros Num Ecl Type QSE Gamma Pen Mag Um Mag Pen
Dur
m
Par
Dur
m
Total
Dur
m
Zen
Lat
°
Zen
Long
°
-1016 Feb 21 12:32:14 25575 653 -37302 36P a- 0.5016 1.9173 0.9575302.9184.7 - 15N 77W
-1016 Aug 16 10:21:39 25566 653 -37296 41P t- -0.4910 1.9998 0.9151358.1204.8 - 18S 48W
-1015 Jan 11 18:42:33 25559 652 -37291 8N -a -1.4648 0.1665-0.8257111.2 - - 22N171W
-1015 Feb 10 04:56:45 25557 652 -37290 46N a- 1.1933 0.6511-0.3144204.9 - - 19N 37E
-1015 Jul 06 23:21:28 25550 651 -37285 13Ne-t 1.5501 0.0216-0.9938 42.7 - - 22S115E
-1015 Aug 05 11:56:03 25549 651 -37284 51N t- -1.1995 0.6826-0.3680233.8 - - 21S 72W
-1014 Jan 01 04:58:56 25541 650 -37279 18P -a -0.8318 1.3570 0.3068301.0124.9 - 23N 33E
-1014 Jun 26 11:36:08 25533 649 -37273 23P -a 0.7382 1.4844 0.5223286.3149.1 - 23S 69W
-1014 Dec 21 07:50:11 25524 648 -37267 28T-pp -0.1523 2.6282 1.5298374.4231.3 98.223N 11W
-1013 Jun 16 04:18:34 25515 647 -37261 33T-pp -0.0113 2.8071 1.8667317.0211.6 99.523S 40E
-1013 Dec 10 06:51:15 25506 646 -37255 38P t- 0.5271 1.9411 0.8415354.8197.7 - 23N 2E
-1012 Jun 04 20:54:36 25498 645 -37249 43P a- -0.7663 1.4330 0.4705283.8143.0 - 22S150E
-1012 Nov 28 09:40:10 25489 644 -37243 48N a- 1.1788 0.7221-0.3314234.9 - - 21N 41W
-1011 Apr 25 21:00:55 25482 643 -37238 15N -t 1.1230 0.8190-0.2236252.9 - - 9S151E
-1011 Oct 19 08:28:24 25473 642 -37232 20P -a -0.9329 1.1339 0.1583257.4 85.3 - 6N 23W
-1010 Apr 14 22:50:20 25464 641 -37226 25T -t 0.3823 2.1929 1.1206364.1218.0 55.6 5S124E
-1010 Oct 09 00:18:24 25455 640 -37220 30T--p -0.2633 2.3608 1.3886316.8204.4 82.0 2N100E
-1009 Apr 03 23:59:53 25447 639 -37214 35T t- -0.3769 2.1934 1.1400354.8214.8 58.5 2S107E
-1009 Sep 28 14:02:37 25438 638 -37208 40T p- 0.4397 2.0566 1.0457325.0197.2 32.6 2S106W
-1008 Feb 22 20:50:01 25431 637 -37203 7Ne-a 1.5435 0.0179-0.9663 37.0 - - 15N159E
-1008 Mar 23 07:03:21 25429 637 -37202 45N a- -1.1031 0.8353-0.1675241.2 - - 2N 2E
-1008 Sep 16 21:35:25 25420 636 -37196 50N t- 1.2012 0.6866-0.3781235.4 - - 5S141E
-1007 Feb 11 12:14:35 25413 636 -37191 17P -a 0.8153 1.3410 0.3826270.8127.7 - 18N 73W
-1007 Aug 07 05:36:06 25404 635 -37185 22Nx-t -1.0041 1.0548-0.0227289.0 - - 20S 23E
-1006 Feb 01 04:15:21 25396 634 -37179 27T+-p 0.1292 2.6094 1.6322324.5212.1 95.720N 47E

Catalog of Lunar Eclipses: -1099 to -1000 (1100 BCE to 1001 BCE)
Calendar Date TD of Greatest Eclipse ΔT

s
ΔT Sigma
s
Luna Num Saros Num Ecl Type QSE Gamma Pen Mag Um Mag Pen
Dur
m
Par
Dur
m
Total
Dur
m
Zen
Lat
°
Zen
Long
°
-1006 Jul 27 08:52:22 25387 633 -37173 32T-pp -0.2320 2.4488 1.4161350.8221.1 89.622S 27W
-1005 Jan 21 16:14:08 25378 632 -37167 37P a- -0.6020 1.7693 0.7379321.3178.6 - 21N134W
-1005 Jul 16 19:28:16 25369 631 -37161 42P a- 0.5265 1.8795 0.9040310.7185.8 - 23S173E
-1004 Jan 10 20:56:11 25361 630 -37155 47N t- -1.3539 0.4173-0.6691192.3 - - 22N154E
-1004 Jun 06 04:44:39 25353 629 -37150 14N -a -1.2644 0.5086-0.4332181.9 - - 23S 32E
-1004 Jul 05 11:26:47 25352 629 -37149 52N a- 1.2286 0.5755-0.3685192.0 - - 23S 67W
-1004 Nov 30 01:36:02 25345 628 -37144 19Nx-t 0.9961 1.0758-0.0145288.8 - - 21N 80E
-1003 May 26 20:30:31 25336 627 -37138 24P -a -0.5538 1.8293 0.8541310.4183.3 - 20S156E
-1003 Nov 19 06:27:00 25327 626 -37132 29T+-p 0.2698 2.3812 1.3449341.9213.9 81.918N 6E
-1002 May 16 06:33:23 25319 625 -37126 34T+pp 0.2226 2.4646 1.4348353.0223.1 91.616S 5E
-1002 Nov 08 18:21:52 25310 624 -37120 39T a- -0.4198 2.0802 1.0950313.3193.9 45.014N173W
-1001 May 05 09:34:15 25301 623 -37114 44Nxt- 1.0138 1.0318-0.0354286.3 - - 12S 39W
-1001 Oct 29 09:52:49 25292 622 -37108 49N a- -1.0697 0.8810-0.0905231.6 - - 9N 45W
-1000 Mar 24 20:38:46 25285 622 -37103 16N -t -1.0626 0.9296-0.1126264.5 - - 1N158E
-1000 Sep 18 11:49:21 25276 622 -37097 21P -a 0.9710 1.0889 0.0639271.1 58.0 - 5S 73W

Statistics for Lunar Eclipses: -1099 to -1000 (1100 BCE to 1001 BCE)

During the 11th century BCE [1], Earth experienced 240 lunar eclipses. The following table shows the number of eclipses of each type over this period.

Lunar Eclipses: -1099 - -1000
Eclipse Type Symbol Number Percent
All Eclipses - 240100.0%
PenumbralN 88 36.7%
PartialP 86 35.8%
TotalT 66 27.5%

Total eclipses can be further classified as either central or non-central:

  • Central - Some portion of the Moon passes directly through the center of Earth’s umbral shadow.
    These are the deepest and longest type of lunar eclipse.
  • Non-Central - The Moon passes completely within Earth’s umbral shadow but misses the center of the umbra.

The statistical distribution of these classes during the 11th century BCE appears in the following table.

Total Eclipses
Classification Number Percent
All 66100.0%
Central 48 72.7%
Non-Central 18 27.3%

There are two to five lunar eclipses in every calendar year. Statistics for the number of eclipses each year during the century are listed below.

Number of Eclipses Per Year
Number of Eclipses Per Year Number of Years
2 72
3 18
4 8
5 2

The lunar eclipses with the longest and shortest durations, and with the largest and smallest magnitudes appear in the following two tables.

Extreme Durations of Lunar Eclipses
Extrema Type Date Duration
Longest Total Lunar Eclipse -1089 Jul 1601h44m47s
Shortest Total Lunar Eclipse -1027 Mar 2300h13m27s
Longest Partial Lunar Eclipse -1016 Aug 1603h24m45s
Shortest Partial Lunar Eclipse -1076 Oct 1700h12m06s
Longest Penumbral Lunar Eclipse -1058 Oct 2904h51m45s
Shortest Penumbral Lunar Eclipse -1008 Feb 2200h36m57s
 
Extreme Magnitudes of Lunar Eclipses
Extrema Type Date Umbral Magnitude Penumbral Magnitude
Largest Total Lunar Eclipse -1013 Jun 161.86671 -
Smallest Total Lunar Eclipse -1027 Mar 231.00679 -
Largest Partial Lunar Eclipse -1021 May 160.99880 -
Smallest Partial Lunar Eclipse -1076 Oct 170.00243 -
Largest Penumbral Lunar Eclipse -1058 Oct 29 - 1.08616
Smallest Penumbral Lunar Eclipse -1008 Feb 22 - 0.01785

When four consecutive lunar eclipses are all total eclipses, the series is known as a tetrad. The following table lists the dates of all total eclipses in the 4 tetrads occurring during this century.

Lunar Eclipse Tetrad Series
Series Number First Eclipse Second Eclipse Third Eclipse Fourth Eclipse
1 -1057 Apr 24 -1057 Oct 18 -1056 Apr 13 -1056 Oct 06
2 -1039 May 05 -1039 Oct 28 -1038 Apr 24 -1038 Oct 18
3 -1028 Apr 03 -1028 Sep 27 -1027 Mar 23 -1027 Sep 17
4 -1010 Apr 14 -1010 Oct 09 -1009 Apr 03 -1009 Sep 28

During the century, 1 Saros series begin and 5 Saros series end. The table below gives the Saros series, number of eclipses in the series, the calendar date and whether it is the first or last eclipse in the series.

First or Last Eclipse in Saros Series
Saros Series Number of Eclipses Date Pernumbral Magnitude First/Last
6 87 -1091 Feb 10 0.0504Last
5 83 -1084 Mar 24 0.0718Last
52 72 -1076 May 23 0.0561First
12 73 -1062 Jul 17 0.0964Last
13 73 -1015 Jul 06 0.0216Last
7 89 -1008 Feb 22 0.0179Last

The years containing five lunar eclipses are as follows: -1080, -1033.

There are two lunar eclipses in the same same calendar month as follows: -1033 Jan.

Footnotes

[1] The terms BCE and CE are abbreviations for "Before Common Era" and "Common Era," respectively. They are the secular equivalents to the BC and AD dating conventions. (See: Year Dating Conventions)

[2] Greatest eclipse is defined as the instant when the center of the Moon passes closest to the axis of Earth's shadows.

Links to Additional Lunar Eclipse Information

Calendar

The Gregorian calendar (also called the Western calendar) is internationally the most widely used civil calendar. It is named for Pope Gregory XIII, who introduced it in 1582. On this website, the Gregorian calendar is used for all calendar dates from 1582 Oct 15 onwards. Before that date, the Julian calendar is used. For more information on this topic, see Calendar Dates.

The Julian calendar does not include the year 0. Thus the year 1 BCE is followed by the year 1 CE (See: BCE/CE Dating Conventions). This is awkward for arithmetic calculations. Years in this catalog are numbered astronomically and include the year 0. Historians should note there is a difference of one year between astronomical dates and BCE dates. Thus, the astronomical year 0 corresponds to 1 BCE, and astronomical year -1 corresponds to 2 BCE, etc..

Eclipse Predictions

The eclipse predictions presented here were generated using the JPL DE406 solar and lunar ephemerides. The lunar coordinates have been calculated with respect to the Moon's Center of Mass.

The largest uncertainty in the eclipse predictions is caused by fluctuations in Earth's rotation due primarily to tidal friction of the Moon. The resultant drift in apparent clock time is expressed as ΔT and is determined as follows:

  1. pre-1950's: ΔT calculated from empirical fits to historical records derived by Morrison and Stephenson (2004)
  2. 1955-present: ΔT obtained from published observations
  3. future: ΔT is extrapolated from current values weighted by the long term trend from tidal effects

A series of polynomial expressions have been derived to simplify the evaluation of ΔT for any time from -2999 to +3000. The uncertainty in ΔT over this period can be estimated from scatter in the measurements.

Acknowledgments

Some of the content on this web site is based on the book Thousand Year Canon of Lunar Eclipses 1501 to 2500. All eclipse calculations are by Fred Espenak, and he assumes full responsibility for their accuracy.

Permission is granted to reproduce eclipse data when accompanied by a link to this page and an acknowledgment:

"Eclipse Predictions by Fred Espenak, www.EclipseWise.com"

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