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 Partial Lunar Eclipse of 2021 November 19
 from the USA, Mexico, Chile, Argentina or Australia

This lunar eclipse is partial and yet sufficiently close to total that traveling to the US Southwest, Mexico or Australia are three options worth considering; that said two weeks later with the December 4th total solar eclipse in Antarctica it is possible to merge two trips into one by observing it from Chile or Argentina at moonset. Those being in Argentina close to the Andes will have to be careful as the mountain range can easily obstruct the horizon up to about 4 degrees, hence blocking your view around maximum eclipse. Despite the Covid-19 possible travel restrictions this should be doable.
With my Lunar Eclipse Maestro software, you can know much more about each lunar eclipses and control your digital cameras to automate the photography part in order to fully enjoy the eclipse visually.

The next total lunar eclipse will occur on 2022 May 15-16th and my preferred viewing site will likely be in Namibia to optimize the weather conditions.

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Lunar Eclipse Map 2021
Eclipse visibility map

Lunar Eclipse Diagram 2021
Partial Lunar Eclipse diagram

Mean Afternoon Cloud Cover November
Mean Afternoon Cloud Cover December
Mean afternoon cloud cover in November and December
(courtesy of Jay Anderson)

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