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  • 7000 Year Canon of Lunar Eclipses www.torahcalendar.com

    Lunar Astronomical Lunar Eclipse Phase Greatest Hebrew Date on the Eclipse Calendar Date and Time (UT) Julian (TD) Date and Time Delta T Eclipse Pen. Umb. Durations (minutes) in Zenith Creation Calendar Number of Maximum Eclipse Date (UT) of Maximum Eclipse (seconds) Type Node Gamma Mag. Mag. Pen. Par. Tot. Lat. Lon. Day Month Year

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    www.torahcalendar.com This 7000 Year Canon of Lunar Eclipses covers a time span which starts on May 6, 3980 B.C.E. on the proleptic (retro-calculated) Julian Calendar, and ends on March 6, 3021 C.E. on the Gregorian Calendar covering a period of 7000 Hebrew Years. Additional details, including eclipse visibility maps for each of these lunar eclipses are made available on the Creation Calendar at www.torahcalendar.com. Also available there are details and visibility maps for all solar eclipses during this same period of time. A total of 86,577 lunar Hebrew Months covering this particular span of 7000 years may be viewed at this theoretical stage of restoration on the Creation Calendar. For particular lunar months where an eclipse occurs, one or more clickable icons are displayed indicating a solar eclipse, a lunar eclipse or both. Clicking on an eclipse icon activates an Eclipse Viewer pop-up window which presents additional details and a visibility map for the requested eclipse. The Creation Calendar Restoration Project is a theoretical work in progress. The goal of the project is to truthfully restore the epoch of creation based on the Scriptures and the historical record. Column Heading: Definition / Description 1 Lunar Eclipse Number Sequential catalog number for each eclipse within the 7000 Year Canon of Lunar Eclipses A total of 16,874 Lunar Eclipses have been identified and documented within this canon 2 Calendar Date and Time (UT) Calendar Date and Time at instant of Maximum Eclipse (Greatest Eclipse) in Universal Time (UT) Gregorian Calendar is used for dates after October 4, 1582 C.E. Julian Calendar is used for dates before October 5, 1582 C.E. 3 Astronomical Julian Date (UT) Instant of Maximum Eclipse in Universal Time (UT) using the Astronomical Julian Date format. 4 (TD) and Time of Maximum Eclipse Calendar Date and Time at instant of Maximum Eclipse expressed in Dynamical Time (TD) where dates prior to 1 B.C.E. are expressed as negative years with no year zero whereby Year 1 is preceded by -1 instead of the number 0. 5 Delta T (seconds) Difference in time at the moment of eclipse defined as: T = ( TD UT ) in units of seconds 6 Lunar Eclipse Type Type of Lunar Eclipse where: LNN = Lunar Penumbral Moon only intersects with the penumbra (Penumbral) LPN = Lunar Partial Penumbral Moon intersects umbra (Partial) but is not fully within penumbra (Penumbral) LNT = Lunar Penumbral total Moon is total in the penumbra (Penumbral) but never intersects with the umbra LPU = Lunar Partial Umbral Moon is partially within the umbra (Partial) and total within the penumbra LTU = Lunar Total Umbral Moon is totally within the umbra (Total) 7 Node The orbital node is the point where the moon's geometric latitude crosses zero due to its orbit having

    a 5.145slope relative to the ecliptic.

    Asc. = Ascending Node

    Dec. = Descending Node

    8 Gamma This parameter represents the distance from the center of the Earth's shadow cone axis to the center of the Moon in units of Earth's equatorial radii at the instant of Maximum Eclipse. Positive values indicate eclipses where the Moon passes north of the shadow axis. Negative values indicate eclipses where the Moon passes south of the shadow axis. 9 Pen. Mag. Penumbral Magnitude is the fraction of the Moon's diameter immersed in the penumbra at the instant of Maximum Eclipse. (equal to the distance measured from the edge of the penumbral shadow to the edge of the Moon deepest in the penumbra). 10 Umb. Mag. Umbral Magnitude is the fraction of the Moon's diameter immersed in the umbra at the instant of Maximum Eclipse. (equal to the distance measured from the edge of the umbral shadow to the edge of the Moon deepest in the umbra). Negative values can only occur if the moon never touches the umbra during the eclipse. 11 Eclipse Phase Durations Pen. Duration of penumbral phase of a lunar eclipse; equal to the time interval between first and last contact of the Moon with the penumbral shadow 12 Eclipse Phase Durations Par. Duration of partial phase of a lunar eclipse; equal to the time interval between first and last contact of the Moon with the umbral shadow 13 Eclipse Phase Durations Tot. Duration of total phase a lunar eclipse; equal to the time interval between second and third contact of the Moon with the umbral shadow 14 Greatest in Zenith Lat. Latitude on the Earth where the Moon appears in the zenith at instant of Maximum Eclipse 15 Greatest in Zenith Lon. Longitude on the Earth where the Moon appears in the zenith at instant of Maximum Eclipse 16 Hebrew Date on the Creation Calendar This is the Hebrew Calendar Day, Hebrew Calendar Month and Gregorian/Julian Year for the instant of Maximum Eclipse based upon its occurrence with respect to the time of sunset at Jerusalem, Israel. If the Maximum Eclipse occurs after sunset at Jerusalem, it is displayed on the following Hebrew Day on the Creation Calendar at www.torahcalendar.com.

    7000 Year Canon of Lunar Eclipses

  • 7000 Year Canon of Lunar Eclipses www.torahcalendar.com

    Lunar Astronomical Lunar Eclipse Phase Greatest Hebrew Date on the Eclipse Calendar Date and Time (UT) Julian (TD) Date and Time Delta T Eclipse Pen. Umb. Durations (minutes) in Zenith Creation Calendar Number of Maximum Eclipse Date (UT) of Maximum Eclipse (seconds) Type Node Gamma Mag. Mag. Pen. Par. Tot. Lat. Lon. Day Month Year

    Copyright 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017 www.torahcalendar.com, All Rights Reserved.www.torahcalendar.com grants the right for individuals to make copies of any of the original materials presented at TorahCalendar.com provided that such materials are not altered in any way, retain all unaltered Copyright notices and are never used or distributed for any form of pecuniary gain or profit. Page 2 of 159 pages

    00001 May 17 3980 B.C.E. 19:37:52 0267865.3179667 -3980 May 19 01:43:18 108324 LTU Asc. -0.1734 2.5269 1.5528 330 212 094 9.6S 63.8E 13 01 3980 B.C.E. 00002 Nov 11 3980 B.C.E. 18:25:55 0268043.2679984 -3980 Nov 13 00:31:18 108324 LTU Dec. -0.4268 2.1206 1.0301 358 209 028 7.9N 83.6E 15 07 3980 B.C.E. 00003 May 07 3979 B.C.E. 11:31:59 0268219.9805403 -3979 May 08 17:36:45 108286 LPU Asc. 0.5731 1.7765 0.8359 295 168 --- 5.0S 173.5W 13 01 3979 B.C.E. 00004 Oct 31 3979 B.C.E. 17:42:58 0268397.2381680 -3979 Nov 01 23:47:43 108286 LNN Dec. -1.1037 0.8869 -0.2201 272 --- --- 2.8N 95.0E 14 07 3979 B.C.E. 00005 Mar 28 3978 B.C

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