Six Millennium Catalog of Lunar Eclipses

-2099 to -2000 (2100 BCE to 2001 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 -2099 to -2000 (2100 BCE to 2001 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: -2099 to -2000 (2100 BCE to 2001 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
°
-2099 Apr 24 18:58:39 48859 4156 -50695 -12P -t -0.6119 1.7609 0.7101337.4184.0 - 7S 81W
-2099 Oct 18 10:27:36 48847 4154 -50689 -7T -p 0.3985 2.1132 1.1401309.8194.1 53.4 4N 45E
-2098 Apr 13 20:03:27 48835 4152 -50683 -2T+pp 0.1490 2.6198 1.5499373.1233.5100.6 2S 96W
-2098 Oct 08 02:07:08 48823 4150 -50677 3T-p- -0.2701 2.3522 1.3723319.0204.9 81.0 1S171E
-2097 Apr 02 22:12:54 48811 4148 -50671 8P t- 0.8980 1.2310 0.1901295.6101.9 - 3N127W
-2097 Sep 27 14:40:34 48799 4146 -50665 13P a- -0.9948 1.0455 0.0199265.7 32.4 - 6S 16W
-2096 Feb 21 21:47:48 48789 4144 -50660 -20N -a -1.0302 0.9536-0.0183243.8 - - 16N119W
-2096 Aug 17 03:28:43 48776 4142 -50654 -15N -t 1.1848 0.7269-0.3581248.7 - - 18S152E
-2095 Feb 10 13:53:33 48764 4140 -50648 -10T -p -0.3102 2.2662 1.3109311.8201.1 75.419N 0W
-2095 Aug 06 03:23:38 48752 4138 -50642 -5P -t 0.4644 2.0435 0.9689355.5206.7 - 21S153E
-2094 Jan 31 05:34:44 48740 4135 -50636 0T p- 0.3987 2.1180 1.1347318.1198.3 53.622N124E
-2094 Jul 26 07:59:48 48728 4133 -50630 5T p- -0.2909 2.3357 1.3128343.3215.2 80.023S 83E
-2093 Jan 20 16:18:17 48716 4131 -50624 10N h- 1.1622 0.7464-0.2948237.4 - - 24N 38W
-2093 Jun 16 12:18:40 48706 4129 -50619 -23Ne-a 1.5216 0.0391-0.9071 52.8 - - 20S 16E
-2093 Jul 15 19:59:06 48704 4129 -50618 15P a- -1.0080 0.9923 0.0244247.8 34.6 - 25S 98W
-2093 Dec 11 00:50:03 48694 4127 -50613 -18N -t -1.1014 0.8904-0.2151273.2 - - 20N170W
-2092 Jun 05 05:32:11 48682 4125 -50607 -13P -a 0.8067 1.3509 0.4044272.6131.7 - 19S117E
-2092 Nov 29 00:52:51 48670 4123 -50601 -8T -p -0.4058 2.1539 1.0734354.9210.1 42.918N172W
-2091 May 25 20:19:49 48658 4121 -50595 -3T+pp 0.0643 2.7333 1.7466337.0220.1101.317S105W
-2091 Nov 18 07:18:38 48646 4119 -50589 2T p- 0.3003 2.3193 1.2950335.4209.8 76.415N 91E
-2090 May 15 04:44:08 48633 4117 -50583 7P t- -0.7400 1.5206 0.4802318.9155.7 - 14S129E
-2090 Nov 07 20:19:43 48621 4115 -50577 12P a- 0.9534 1.0984 0.1188254.7 74.3 - 12N105W
-2089 Apr 04 15:45:11 48611 4113 -50572 -21N -t 1.3188 0.4721-0.5952204.3 - - 3N 31W
-2089 May 04 06:39:27 48609 4112 -50571 17Nbt- -1.5241 0.0959-0.9723 95.7 - - 11S101E
-2089 Sep 29 00:55:41 48599 4111 -50566 -16N -a -1.0906 0.8513-0.1376234.0 - - 6S171W

Catalog of Lunar Eclipses: -2099 to -2000 (2100 BCE to 2001 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
°
-2088 Mar 23 19:24:54 48587 4109 -50560 -11P -t 0.5251 1.9086 0.8807333.3193.7 - 6N 85W
-2088 Sep 17 11:54:30 48575 4106 -50554 -6T -a -0.4254 2.0977 1.0574338.4203.2 37.210S 24E
-2087 Mar 13 06:08:13 48563 4104 -50548 -1T-p- -0.2503 2.3867 1.4104325.7210.1 85.610N114E
-2087 Sep 06 15:45:21 48551 4102 -50542 4T p- 0.2918 2.3659 1.2801367.1223.3 79.213S 33W
-2086 Mar 02 21:56:38 48539 4100 -50536 9P a- -0.9575 1.0759 0.1257249.5 75.9 - 13N123W
-2086 Aug 26 15:20:12 48527 4098 -50530 14Nxt- 0.9980 1.0711-0.0165291.5 - - 16S 27W
-2085 Jan 22 04:15:52 48517 4096 -50525 -19P -a 0.9653 1.0870 0.0868263.3 65.9 - 24N142E
-2085 Jul 17 06:00:38 48505 4094 -50519 -14N -h -1.0859 0.8675-0.1364245.3 - - 25S111E
-2084 Jan 11 12:52:40 48493 4092 -50513 -9T -p 0.2754 2.3830 1.3227355.4219.5 82.024N 11E
-2084 Jul 05 19:44:18 48481 4090 -50507 -4T -p -0.3067 2.2729 1.3173315.4203.6 76.824S 96W
-2084 Dec 30 14:18:03 48469 4088 -50501 1T t- -0.4327 2.1142 1.0146363.8211.3 19.923N 11W
-2083 Jun 25 12:43:23 48457 4085 -50495 6T a- 0.4238 2.0527 1.1075305.9193.0 47.523S 9E
-2083 Dec 19 13:45:57 48445 4083 -50489 11N t- -1.1050 0.8748-0.2131266.0 - - 22N 5W
-2082 May 16 19:03:38 48434 4082 -50484 -22N -h -1.4196 0.2543-0.7478141.9 - - 15S 87W
-2082 Jun 15 04:18:38 48432 4081 -50483 16N h- 1.1942 0.6554-0.3220212.3 - - 20S135E
-2082 Nov 09 05:04:57 48422 4079 -50478 -17N -a 1.0947 0.8536-0.1546238.6 - - 13N123E
-2081 May 06 01:25:05 48410 4077 -50472 -12P -t -0.6985 1.6030 0.5503329.2166.7 - 11S179E
-2081 Oct 29 19:18:40 48398 4075 -50466 -7T -p 0.3989 2.1125 1.1392309.6193.9 53.2 8N 90W
-2080 Apr 24 02:23:16 48386 4073 -50460 -2T+pp 0.0636 2.7756 1.7077374.0235.6105.6 6S166E
-2080 Oct 18 10:50:29 48374 4071 -50454 3T-p- -0.2666 2.3604 1.3771320.0205.3 81.5 3N 38E
-2079 Apr 13 04:56:02 48362 4069 -50448 8P t- 0.8195 1.3723 0.3366305.8132.3 - 1S129E
-2079 Oct 07 23:01:26 48350 4067 -50442 13P a- -0.9897 1.0577 0.0267268.1 37.6 - 2S144W
-2078 Mar 04 05:33:17 48340 4065 -50437 -20N -a -1.0765 0.8660-0.1006233.7 - - 12N123E
-2078 Apr 02 14:18:34 48338 4065 -50436 18Nba- 1.5173 0.0653-0.9175 71.2 - - 4N 11W
-2078 Aug 28 10:44:42 48328 4063 -50431 -15N -t 1.2249 0.6557-0.4341238.4 - - 15S 41E

Catalog of Lunar Eclipses: -2099 to -2000 (2100 BCE to 2001 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
°
-2077 Feb 21 21:55:29 48316 4061 -50425 -10T -p -0.3527 2.1869 1.2344309.7198.3 67.216N123W
-2077 Aug 17 10:34:53 48304 4059 -50419 -5P -t 0.5108 1.9591 0.8829351.5200.1 - 19S 43E
-2076 Feb 11 13:36:44 48292 4057 -50413 0T p- 0.3645 2.1806 1.1977320.7201.8 63.820N 2E
-2076 Aug 05 15:27:26 48280 4054 -50407 5T-p- -0.2396 2.4298 1.4071344.1217.6 87.822S 30W
-2075 Jan 31 00:07:11 48268 4052 -50401 10N t- 1.1367 0.7930-0.2482244.3 - - 23N156W
-2075 Jul 26 03:40:05 48256 4050 -50395 15P a- -0.9512 1.0966 0.1283256.9 78.1 - 24S146E
-2075 Dec 21 08:42:50 48246 4048 -50390 -18N -t -1.1110 0.8717-0.2317270.6 - - 22N 71E
-2074 Jun 16 12:55:53 48234 4046 -50384 -13P -a 0.8794 1.2189 0.2694263.4109.8 - 21S 5E
-2074 Dec 10 09:03:00 48222 4044 -50378 -8T -p -0.4089 2.1462 1.0697353.4209.4 41.821N 64E
-2073 Jun 06 03:21:50 48210 4042 -50372 -3T+pp 0.1423 2.5923 1.6012337.5219.0 97.619S148E
-2073 Nov 29 15:55:29 48198 4040 -50366 2T p- 0.3002 2.3175 1.2969334.1209.3 76.519N 40W
-2072 May 25 11:16:00 48186 4038 -50360 7P t- -0.6575 1.6737 0.6300329.8174.6 - 17S 29E
-2072 Nov 18 05:11:36 48174 4036 -50354 12P a- 0.9524 1.0995 0.1212254.4 74.9 - 16N120E
-2071 Apr 14 22:12:19 48164 4034 -50349 -21N -t 1.3966 0.3277-0.7361172.1 - - 1S131W
-2071 May 14 12:54:55 48162 4034 -50348 17N t- -1.4379 0.2540-0.8140153.6 - - 14S 4E
-2071 Oct 09 09:30:40 48152 4032 -50343 -16N -a -1.1016 0.8333-0.1600232.7 - - 1S 58E
-2070 Apr 04 02:20:54 48140 4030 -50337 -11P -t 0.5951 1.7772 0.7551325.4182.7 - 2N168E
-2070 Sep 28 20:01:52 48128 4028 -50331 -6T -a -0.4419 2.0705 1.0243339.0201.8 24.5 5S100W
-2069 Mar 24 13:36:56 48116 4026 -50325 -1T-p- -0.1879 2.4985 1.5275326.1212.6 92.6 6N 1W
-2069 Sep 17 23:21:55 48104 4023 -50319 4T+p- 0.2666 2.4146 1.3239369.4225.3 83.8 9S150W
-2068 Mar 13 05:43:53 48092 4021 -50313 9P a- -0.9035 1.1736 0.2264257.6100.5 - 9N118E
-2068 Sep 05 22:46:22 48080 4019 -50307 14P t- 0.9640 1.1345 0.0448297.8 51.8 - 13S141W
-2067 Feb 01 12:20:20 48070 4018 -50302 -19P -a 0.9975 1.0278 0.0277258.4 37.6 - 22N 20E
-2067 Jul 27 13:28:13 48058 4015 -50296 -14N -h -1.1361 0.7752-0.2283233.2 - - 24S 2W
-2066 Jan 21 20:40:38 48046 4013 -50290 -9T -p 0.3017 2.3347 1.2746355.3218.4 77.223N106W

Catalog of Lunar Eclipses: -2099 to -2000 (2100 BCE to 2001 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
°
-2066 Jul 17 03:23:43 48034 4011 -50284 -4T -p -0.3648 2.1666 1.2103312.2199.0 64.724S148E
-2065 Jan 10 21:56:25 48022 4009 -50278 1T t- -0.4114 2.1521 1.0549365.1213.9 38.124N127W
-2065 Jul 06 20:18:25 48010 4007 -50272 6T p- 0.3605 2.1705 1.2221310.0198.5 65.923S106W
-2065 Dec 30 21:41:01 47998 4005 -50266 11N t- -1.0907 0.8987-0.1844268.1 - - 23N124W
-2064 May 27 01:56:09 47987 4003 -50261 -22Ne-h -1.5015 0.1060-0.9001 93.3 - - 19S168E
-2064 Jun 25 11:32:24 47986 4003 -50260 16N h- 1.1292 0.7773-0.2052229.4 - - 22S 25E
-2064 Nov 19 13:48:28 47976 4001 -50255 -17N -a 1.0894 0.8618-0.1437238.8 - - 17N 9W
-2063 May 16 07:48:42 47964 3999 -50249 -12P -t -0.7864 1.4426 0.3878319.1143.9 - 14S 80E
-2063 Nov 09 04:12:49 47952 3997 -50243 -7T -p 0.3969 2.1162 1.1430309.5194.0 53.812N135E
-2062 May 05 08:39:23 47940 3995 -50237 -2T-pp -0.0251 2.8452 1.7790373.8235.9106.510S 69E
-2062 Oct 29 19:38:03 47928 3993 -50231 3T-p- -0.2671 2.3610 1.3747320.9205.5 81.4 8N 96W
-2061 Apr 24 11:37:20 47916 3991 -50225 8P t- 0.7383 1.5189 0.4879314.9155.2 - 5S 25E
-2061 Oct 19 07:26:01 47904 3988 -50219 13P a- -0.9884 1.0626 0.0267269.7 37.7 - 3N 87E
-2060 Mar 14 13:13:49 47894 3987 -50214 -20N -a -1.1274 0.7701-0.1915221.8 - - 8N 5E
-2060 Apr 12 21:32:49 47892 3986 -50213 18N a- 1.4457 0.1942-0.7836120.8 - - 0S122W
-2060 Sep 07 18:09:32 47882 3985 -50208 -15N -t 1.2575 0.5981-0.4960229.4 - - 12S 72W
-2059 Mar 04 05:50:44 47870 3982 -50202 -10T -a -0.4006 2.0978 1.1477307.2194.6 54.913N116E
-2059 Aug 27 17:55:57 47858 3980 -50196 -5P -t 0.5497 1.8886 0.8109347.7193.9 - 16S 69W
-2058 Feb 21 21:29:25 47846 3978 -50190 0T p- 0.3233 2.2560 1.2734323.6205.5 73.417N118W
-2058 Aug 16 23:05:45 47834 3976 -50184 5T-p- -0.1964 2.5090 1.4864344.2219.0 92.720S146W
-2057 Feb 11 07:43:20 47822 3974 -50178 10N t- 1.1021 0.8564-0.1846253.1 - - 20N 89E
-2057 Aug 06 11:31:36 47810 3972 -50172 15P a- -0.9028 1.1858 0.2168264.0100.0 - 23S 27E
-2056 Jan 01 16:27:35 47800 3970 -50167 -18N -t -1.1263 0.8420-0.2584266.5 - - 23N 46W
-2056 Jun 26 20:23:55 47788 3968 -50161 -13P -a 0.9480 1.0949 0.1418253.8 81.3 - 22S109W
-2056 Dec 20 17:08:45 47776 3966 -50155 -8T -p -0.4161 2.1307 1.0589351.5208.3 38.522N 58W

Catalog of Lunar Eclipses: -2099 to -2000 (2100 BCE to 2001 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
°
-2055 Jun 16 10:24:59 47764 3964 -50149 -3T+-p 0.2182 2.4557 1.4596337.3216.6 90.821S 40E
-2055 Dec 10 00:30:14 47752 3962 -50143 2T p- 0.2976 2.3202 1.3039332.8209.0 77.021N170W
-2054 Jun 05 17:45:52 47740 3960 -50137 7P t- -0.5739 1.8290 0.7814339.4190.0 - 20S 71W
-2054 Nov 29 14:03:38 47728 3958 -50131 12P a- 0.9515 1.1002 0.1238254.1 75.6 - 19N 14W
-2053 Apr 26 04:34:46 47718 3956 -50126 -21N -t 1.4779 0.1770-0.8838127.9 - - 5S130E
-2053 May 25 19:09:40 47716 3956 -50125 17N t- -1.3503 0.4149-0.6535193.4 - - 18S 92W
-2053 Oct 20 18:10:54 47706 3954 -50120 -16N -a -1.1079 0.8238-0.1736232.4 - - 3N 75W
-2052 Apr 14 09:13:50 47694 3952 -50114 -11P -t 0.6684 1.6400 0.6232316.4169.1 - 2S 61E
-2052 Oct 09 04:15:30 47682 3950 -50108 -6T -a -0.4522 2.0544 1.0027339.9201.1 8.2 1S134E
-2051 Apr 03 21:00:54 47670 3948 -50102 -1T-p- -0.1207 2.6193 1.6532326.2214.4 97.4 2N115W
-2051 Sep 28 07:05:57 47658 3946 -50096 4T+pp 0.2477 2.4515 1.3563371.2226.7 86.8 5S 92E
-2050 Mar 24 13:24:50 47646 3943 -50090 9P a- -0.8441 1.2812 0.3366265.6120.6 - 5N 0E
-2050 Sep 17 06:21:58 47634 3941 -50084 14P t- 0.9367 1.1856 0.0939302.5 74.4 - 9S103E
-2049 Feb 12 20:14:48 47624 3940 -50079 -19N -a 1.0373 0.9547-0.0453251.8 - - 20N100W
-2049 Aug 07 21:05:54 47612 3938 -50073 -14N -a -1.1791 0.6961-0.3071222.0 - - 22S117W
-2048 Feb 02 04:19:19 47600 3935 -50067 -9T -t 0.3352 2.2730 1.2134354.6216.4 69.722N138E
-2048 Jul 27 11:10:43 47589 3933 -50061 -4T -p -0.4171 2.0711 1.1137308.9194.1 48.923S 30E
-2047 Jan 21 05:26:59 47577 3931 -50055 1T t- -0.3836 2.2016 1.1073366.6217.0 52.423N120E
-2047 Jul 17 03:59:09 47565 3929 -50049 6T p- 0.3019 2.2798 1.3277313.3202.7 77.324S137E
-2046 Jan 10 05:28:45 47553 3927 -50043 11N t- -1.0697 0.9346-0.1432271.4 - - 23N118E
-2046 Jul 06 18:50:08 47541 3925 -50037 16N h- 1.0679 0.8925-0.0956244.0 - - 23S 86W
-2046 Nov 30 22:30:52 47531 3923 -50032 -17N -a 1.0859 0.8665-0.1355238.5 - - 20N141W
-2045 May 27 14:12:10 47519 3921 -50026 -12P -t -0.8736 1.2842 0.2266307.4112.9 - 18S 18W
-2045 Nov 20 13:06:18 47507 3919 -50020 -7T -p 0.3958 2.1179 1.1453309.3194.0 54.216N 1W
-2044 May 15 14:56:26 47495 3917 -50014 -2T-pp -0.1135 2.6824 1.6175372.3234.2103.214S 28W

Catalog of Lunar Eclipses: -2099 to -2000 (2100 BCE to 2001 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
°
-2044 Nov 09 04:27:21 47483 3915 -50008 3T-p- -0.2691 2.3585 1.3698321.7205.7 81.112N129E
-2043 May 04 18:17:05 47471 3913 -50002 8P t- 0.6544 1.6707 0.6440322.8173.3 - 9S 78W
-2043 Oct 29 15:54:36 47459 3911 -49996 13P a- -0.9909 1.0602 0.0199270.6 32.7 - 7N 42W
-2042 Mar 25 20:47:10 47449 3909 -49991 -20N -a -1.1849 0.6623-0.2948207.3 - - 4N111W
-2042 Apr 24 04:43:12 47447 3909 -49990 18N a- 1.3695 0.3317-0.6416155.3 - - 5S127E
-2042 Sep 19 01:44:13 47437 3907 -49985 -15N -t 1.2818 0.5556-0.5425222.4 - - 8S172E
-2041 Mar 15 13:36:44 47425 3905 -49979 -10T -a -0.4563 1.9946 1.0466303.9189.6 31.8 9N 3W
-2041 Sep 08 01:29:03 47413 3903 -49973 -5P -t 0.5793 1.8349 0.7560344.5188.6 - 12S176E
-2040 Mar 04 05:13:12 47402 3901 -49967 0T p- 0.2754 2.3438 1.3613326.6209.3 82.013N124E
-2040 Aug 27 06:54:07 47390 3899 -49961 5T-p- -0.1605 2.5749 1.5523344.0219.7 95.717S 95E
-2039 Feb 21 15:10:48 47378 3897 -49955 10N t- 1.0612 0.9315-0.1095262.7 - - 17N 25W
-2039 Aug 16 19:31:21 47366 3895 -49949 15P a- -0.8607 1.2636 0.2936269.6114.8 - 20S 95W
-2038 Jan 12 00:05:56 47356 3893 -49944 -18N -t -1.1473 0.8018-0.2950260.8 - - 23N161W
-2038 Jul 08 03:55:43 47344 3891 -49938 -13P -a 1.0132 0.9775 0.0202243.6 31.2 - 23S137E
-2038 Aug 06 11:53:08 47342 3890 -49937 25Nba- -1.5305 0.0265-0.9274 43.4 - - 23S 19E
-2037 Jan 01 01:10:29 47332 3889 -49932 -8T -p -0.4275 2.1071 1.0406349.2206.7 32.123N179W
-2037 Jun 27 17:31:36 47320 3887 -49926 -3T -a 0.2904 2.3259 1.3243336.4213.1 80.423S 68W
-2037 Dec 21 09:01:16 47308 3884 -49920 2T p- 0.2910 2.3299 1.3184331.6209.0 78.323N 62E
-2036 Jun 16 00:19:31 47296 3882 -49914 7P t- -0.4938 1.9780 0.9262347.5202.1 - 22S171W
-2036 Dec 09 22:53:23 47284 3880 -49908 12P a- 0.9485 1.1045 0.1304254.1 77.5 - 22N147W
-2035 May 06 10:56:38 47275 3879 -49903 -21Ne-t 1.5597 0.0255-1.0326 49.1 - - 9S 32E
-2035 Jun 05 01:26:33 47273 3878 -49902 17N t- -1.2636 0.5742-0.4947224.1 - - 20S172E
-2035 Oct 31 02:53:48 47263 3877 -49897 -16N -a -1.1118 0.8184-0.1825232.5 - - 7N152E
-2034 Apr 25 16:04:51 47251 3874 -49891 -11P -t 0.7441 1.4986 0.4868306.2152.2 - 6S 44W
-2034 Oct 20 12:33:02 47239 3872 -49885 -6P -a -0.4588 2.0446 0.9882341.0200.7 - 4N 7E

Catalog of Lunar Eclipses: -2099 to -2000 (2100 BCE to 2001 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
°
-2033 Apr 15 04:20:53 47227 3870 -49879 -1T-pp -0.0493 2.7483 1.7865325.7215.2100.1 3S132E
-2033 Oct 09 14:57:03 47215 3868 -49873 4T+pp 0.2349 2.4769 1.3779372.6227.6 88.7 0S 28W
-2032 Apr 03 21:00:01 47203 3866 -49867 9P a- -0.7796 1.3985 0.4560273.7137.9 - 1N117W
-2032 Sep 27 14:06:25 47191 3864 -49861 14P t- 0.9158 1.2244 0.1315305.8 87.4 - 4S 15W
-2031 Feb 23 03:59:03 47181 3862 -49856 -19N -a 1.0849 0.8674-0.1327243.0 - - 17N142E
-2031 Mar 24 13:26:43 47179 3862 -49855 19Nba- -1.5262 0.0411-0.9261 55.4 - - 4N 3W
-2031 Aug 18 04:54:01 47169 3860 -49850 -14N -a -1.2149 0.6304-0.3728212.0 - - 20S124E
-2031 Sep 16 17:38:47 47167 3860 -49849 24N a- 1.5583 0.0201-1.0221 41.5 - - 8S 68W
-2030 Feb 12 11:45:20 47157 3858 -49844 -9T -t 0.3782 2.1937 1.1348353.2213.2 57.119N 25E
-2030 Aug 07 19:06:25 47146 3856 -49838 -4T -a -0.4627 1.9884 1.0294305.8189.3 25.422S 90W
-2029 Feb 01 12:47:02 47134 3854 -49832 1T p- -0.3472 2.2668 1.1758368.4220.7 65.621N 9E
-2029 Jul 28 11:46:51 47122 3852 -49826 6T+p- 0.2496 2.3778 1.4217316.1205.9 84.823S 19E
-2028 Jan 21 13:09:36 47110 3850 -49820 11N t- -1.0422 0.9821-0.0900275.8 - - 22N 2E
-2028 Jul 17 02:13:04 47098 3848 -49814 16P h- 1.0116 0.9989 0.0048256.5 15.8 - 23S162E
-2028 Dec 11 07:12:34 47088 3846 -49809 -17N -a 1.0839 0.8684-0.1298237.9 - - 22N 87E
-2027 Jun 06 20:34:31 47076 3844 -49803 -12P -t -0.9606 1.1259 0.0654293.7 62.2 - 21S115W
-2027 Nov 30 22:00:20 47064 3842 -49797 -7T -p 0.3945 2.1199 1.1483309.2194.1 54.719N136W
-2026 May 26 21:13:40 47053 3840 -49791 -2T-pp -0.2023 2.5191 1.4550369.6230.6 95.217S125W
-2026 Nov 20 13:16:48 47041 3838 -49785 3T-p- -0.2718 2.3545 1.3638322.4205.9 80.815N 5W
-2025 May 16 00:58:30 47029 3836 -49779 8P t- 0.5706 1.8226 0.7996329.3187.5 - 13S179E
-2025 Nov 10 00:24:13 47017 3834 -49773 13P a- -0.9948 1.0549 0.0109271.1 24.3 - 11N172W
-2024 Apr 05 04:17:26 47007 3832 -49768 -20N -a -1.2452 0.5495-0.4035190.4 - - 0S133E
-2024 May 04 11:54:20 47005 3832 -49767 18N a- 1.2930 0.4702-0.4993181.7 - - 9S 16E
-2024 Sep 29 09:25:09 46995 3830 -49762 -15N -t 1.3007 0.5226-0.5789216.6 - - 3S 54E
-2023 Mar 25 21:17:30 46983 3828 -49756 -10P -a -0.5161 1.8840 0.9375299.9183.2 - 5N121W

Catalog of Lunar Eclipses: -2099 to -2000 (2100 BCE to 2001 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
°
-2023 Sep 18 09:11:36 46971 3826 -49750 -5P -t 0.6017 1.7943 0.7145341.7184.3 - 8S 58E
-2022 Mar 15 12:46:43 46959 3824 -49744 0T+p- 0.2199 2.4458 1.4631329.5212.9 89.6 9N 8E
-2022 Sep 07 14:53:28 46948 3822 -49738 5T-p- -0.1329 2.6255 1.6031343.4219.9 97.413S 27W
-2021 Mar 04 22:26:06 46936 3820 -49732 10Nxt- 1.0114 1.0229-0.0181273.6 - - 14N136W
-2021 Aug 28 03:41:21 46924 3818 -49726 15P a- -0.8267 1.3266 0.3556273.8125.0 - 17S141E
-2020 Jan 23 07:34:14 46914 3816 -49721 -18N -t -1.1760 0.7471-0.3458252.7 - - 22N 86E
-2020 Jul 18 11:34:28 46902 3814 -49715 -13N -a 1.0719 0.8720-0.0899233.3 - - 23S 21E
-2020 Aug 16 19:57:56 46900 3814 -49714 25N a- -1.4937 0.0959-0.8617 82.3 - - 21S103W
-2019 Jan 11 09:05:29 46890 3812 -49709 -8T -t -0.4451 2.0718 1.0113346.4204.4 17.023N 62E
-2019 Jul 08 00:40:43 46878 3810 -49703 -3T -a 0.3593 2.2025 1.1949335.0208.5 65.324S176W
-2019 Dec 31 17:27:56 46867 3808 -49697 2T p- 0.2802 2.3470 1.3408330.6209.3 80.224N 65W
-2018 Jun 27 06:54:50 46855 3806 -49691 7T t- -0.4160 2.1231 1.0666354.4211.7 41.524S 89E
-2018 Dec 21 07:38:56 46843 3804 -49685 12P a- 0.9423 1.1146 0.1432254.5 81.0 - 24N 80E
-2017 Jun 16 07:46:45 46831 3802 -49679 17N t- -1.1790 0.7300-0.3400248.8 - - 23S 75E
-2017 Nov 11 11:39:01 46821 3800 -49674 -16N -a -1.1131 0.8176-0.1864233.1 - - 12N 19E
-2016 May 05 22:55:26 46809 3798 -49668 -11P -t 0.8211 1.3551 0.3476294.7130.9 - 10S150W
-2016 Oct 30 20:53:30 46797 3796 -49662 -6P -a -0.4622 2.0406 0.9799342.3200.7 - 8N120W
-2015 Apr 25 11:38:52 46786 3794 -49656 -1T+pp 0.0246 2.7917 1.8337324.6215.0100.4 7S 20E
-2015 Oct 19 22:53:39 46774 3792 -49650 4T+pp 0.2267 2.4935 1.3914373.7228.2 89.8 4N150W
-2014 Apr 15 04:29:39 46762 3790 -49644 9P a- -0.7105 1.5246 0.5836281.4153.0 - 3S128E
-2014 Oct 08 21:59:21 46750 3788 -49638 14P t- 0.9012 1.2517 0.1579307.8 95.3 - 0N136W
-2013 Mar 06 11:34:04 46740 3786 -49633 -19N -a 1.1392 0.7679-0.2325231.8 - - 13N 26E
-2013 Apr 04 20:52:54 46738 3786 -49632 19N a- -1.4675 0.1492-0.8187104.9 - - 0N117W
-2013 Aug 29 12:51:52 46728 3784 -49627 -14N -a -1.2436 0.5778-0.4254203.3 - - 17S 3E
-2013 Sep 28 01:46:52 46726 3783 -49626 24N a- 1.5376 0.0578-0.9838 70.1 - - 4S167E

Catalog of Lunar Eclipses: -2099 to -2000 (2100 BCE to 2001 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
°
-2012 Feb 23 19:02:06 46717 3782 -49621 -9T -t 0.4280 2.1020 1.0437351.0208.7 33.516N 86W
-2012 Aug 18 03:11:03 46705 3780 -49615 -4P -a -0.5011 1.9187 0.9580303.0184.7 - 19S148E
-2011 Feb 11 19:58:20 46693 3778 -49609 1T p- -0.3035 2.3452 1.2577370.2224.4 77.319N100W
-2011 Aug 07 19:41:10 46681 3776 -49603 6T+p- 0.2032 2.4653 1.5047318.4208.2 89.921S100W
-2010 Jan 31 20:42:27 46669 3774 -49597 11Nxt- -1.0072 1.0431-0.0228281.3 - - 21N112W
-2010 Jul 28 09:42:26 46657 3772 -49591 16P h- 0.9610 1.0948 0.0944267.0 69.4 - 22S 48E
-2010 Dec 22 15:48:39 46648 3770 -49586 -17N -a 1.0872 0.8600-0.1337236.1 - - 24N 42W
-2009 Jun 18 03:00:52 46636 3768 -49580 -12N -t -1.0437 0.9753-0.0887278.5 - - 23S146E
-2009 Dec 12 06:50:42 46624 3766 -49574 -7T -p 0.3968 2.1149 1.1448308.9193.9 54.122N 91E
-2008 Jun 06 03:34:28 46612 3764 -49568 -2T pp -0.2886 2.3606 1.2969365.9225.1 81.720S138E
-2008 Nov 30 22:04:15 46600 3762 -49562 3T p- -0.2732 2.3528 1.3607323.2206.3 80.619N138W
-2007 May 26 07:41:53 46588 3760 -49556 8P t- 0.4869 1.9746 0.9548334.6198.6 - 17S 76E
-2007 Nov 20 08:53:51 46577 3758 -49550 13P h- -0.9996 1.0476 0.0006271.4 5.7 - 15N 59E
-2006 Apr 16 11:41:35 46567 3756 -49545 -20N -a -1.3110 0.4271-0.5225169.4 - - 4S 19E
-2006 May 15 19:03:54 46565 3756 -49544 18N a- 1.2141 0.6134-0.3529203.9 - - 13S 94W
-2006 Oct 10 17:15:06 46555 3754 -49539 -15N -t 1.3121 0.5031-0.6012213.1 - - 1N 66W
-2005 Apr 06 04:51:04 46543 3752 -49533 -10P -a -0.5819 1.7628 0.8173295.0174.8 - 0N123E
-2005 Sep 29 17:03:55 46531 3750 -49527 -5P -t 0.6167 1.7669 0.6867339.5181.1 - 4S 62W
-2004 Mar 25 20:12:35 46519 3748 -49521 0T+pp 0.1587 2.5584 1.5750332.3216.1 95.6 5N106W
-2004 Sep 17 23:02:53 46508 3746 -49515 5T-p- -0.1127 2.6624 1.6402342.7219.8 98.3 9S152W
-2003 Mar 15 05:32:17 46496 3744 -49509 10P t- 0.9548 1.1268 0.0857284.9 69.1 - 10N115E
-2003 Sep 07 11:59:34 46484 3742 -49503 15P a- -0.7990 1.3779 0.4056276.9132.2 - 13S 15E
-2002 Feb 02 14:55:08 46474 3740 -49498 -18N -t -1.2107 0.6812-0.4073242.4 - - 20N 26W
-2002 Jul 29 19:18:48 46462 3738 -49492 -13N -a 1.1254 0.7763-0.1906223.1 - - 22S 96W
-2002 Aug 28 04:10:13 46460 3737 -49491 25N a- -1.4633 0.1537-0.8078103.8 - - 18S132E
-2001 Jan 22 16:53:31 46451 3736 -49486 -8P -t -0.4690 2.0247 0.9705343.0201.3 - 22N 56W
-2001 Jul 19 07:55:56 46439 3734 -49480 -3T -a 0.4221 2.0905 1.0766333.3203.1 42.623S 74E
-2000 Jan 12 01:49:07 46427 3732 -49474 2T+p- 0.2644 2.3732 1.3725329.7209.8 82.824N169E
-2000 Jul 07 13:35:04 46415 3730 -49468 7T t- -0.3428 2.2599 1.1986360.1219.1 68.724S 12W
-2000 Dec 31 16:19:19 46404 3728 -49462 12P a- 0.9318 1.1324 0.1640255.7 86.3 - 25N 50W

Statistics for Lunar Eclipses: -2099 to -2000 (2100 BCE to 2001 BCE)

During the 21st century BCE [1], Earth experienced 230 lunar eclipses. The following table shows the number of eclipses of each type over this period.

Lunar Eclipses: -2099 - -2000
Eclipse Type Symbol Number Percent
All Eclipses - 230100.0%
PenumbralN 77 33.5%
PartialP 68 29.6%
TotalT 85 37.0%

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 21st century BCE appears in the following table.

Total Eclipses
Classification Number Percent
All 85100.0%
Central 32 37.6%
Non-Central 53 62.4%

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 73
3 24
4 3
5 0

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 -2062 May 0501h46m30s
Shortest Total Lunar Eclipse -2052 Oct 0900h08m15s
Longest Partial Lunar Eclipse -2095 Aug 0603h26m43s
Shortest Partial Lunar Eclipse -2007 Nov 2000h05m42s
Longest Penumbral Lunar Eclipse -2086 Aug 2604h51m31s
Shortest Penumbral Lunar Eclipse -2031 Sep 1600h41m33s
 
Extreme Magnitudes of Lunar Eclipses
Extrema Type Date Umbral Magnitude Penumbral Magnitude
Largest Total Lunar Eclipse -2015 Apr 251.83371 -
Smallest Total Lunar Eclipse -2052 Oct 091.00270 -
Largest Partial Lunar Eclipse -2034 Oct 200.98817 -
Smallest Partial Lunar Eclipse -2007 Nov 200.00059 -
Largest Penumbral Lunar Eclipse -2086 Aug 26 - 1.07111
Smallest Penumbral Lunar Eclipse -2031 Sep 16 - 0.02006

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 5 tetrads occurring during this century.

Lunar Eclipse Tetrad Series
Series Number First Eclipse Second Eclipse Third Eclipse Fourth Eclipse
1 -2084 Jan 11 -2084 Jul 05 -2084 Dec 30 -2083 Jun 25
2 -2066 Jan 21 -2066 Jul 17 -2065 Jan 10 -2065 Jul 06
3 -2048 Feb 02 -2048 Jul 27 -2047 Jan 21 -2047 Jul 17
4 -2030 Feb 12 -2030 Aug 07 -2029 Feb 01 -2029 Jul 28
5 -2019 Jan 11 -2019 Jul 08 -2019 Dec 31 -2018 Jun 27

During the century, 4 Saros series begin and 3 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
-23 73 -2093 Jun 16 0.0391Last
17 72 -2089 May 04 0.0959First
18 73 -2078 Apr 02 0.0653First
-22 73 -2064 May 27 0.1060Last
25 88 -2038 Aug 06 0.0265First
-21 74 -2035 May 06 0.0255Last
19 73 -2031 Mar 24 0.0411First

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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