Live webcast of Total Lunar Eclipse and Teide Shadow.
The eclipse and positioning of the shadow of Europe’s’ highest point will take place simultaneously on 21 December and will be broadcast from Teide if weather conditions are suitable.
A total lunar eclipse occurs when Earth passes between the Sun and the Moon. Earth’s shadow causes the moon disappears for about an hour. Unlike total solar eclipses, lunar eclipses are seen from all over the night hemisphere of Earth. Lunar eclipse data for Canary Island which is mirrored by our own timings in Scotland:
|Events||Time (UT)||Moon Az||Moon Alt|
|Moon go to half-light of earth||05:29:17||282||22|
|Moon go to darkness of earth||06:32:37||288||12|
|Start total Lunar eclipse||07:40:47||295||2|