Tag Archive | "lunar eclipse"

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Partial lunar eclipse early April 4

Gerrit van der Plas | Special to Hawaii 24/7 This year Hawaii is the host of two lunar eclipses: One on April 4 and one on Sept. 28. The earlier eclipse is the most spectacular of the two, since it is *almost* total. The lunar eclipse in September is only partly visible from Hawaii with […]

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The total lunar eclipse from Mountain View, Hawaii

Strong trade winds pushed cloud cover aside so that many residents on the Big Island had a chance to view the total lunar eclipse Monday (April 14).

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A composite of four images during the partial and total lunar eclipse early Saturday morning. Photographed from the Mauna Kea Visitor Information Station at 9,300 feet. Photography by Baron Sekiya | Hawaii 24/7

Lunar eclipse can be seen from Hawaii (April 14)

This year Hawaii is the host of two(!) total lunar eclipses: One at April 14 and one at Oct. 8. The lunar eclipse of April 14th starts just before 7 pm Hawaiian time and ends half an hour after midnight April 15. The moon will be totally eclipsed between 21:08 and 22:23 April 14. The […]

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Moon will be completely eclipsed between 4:06 a.m. and 4:57 a.m.; visible from Big Island

Hawaii perfectly placed to watch total lunar eclipse (Dec. 10)

Moon will be completely eclipsed between 4:06 a.m. and 4:57 a.m.; visible from Big Island

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