2023-10-14 Solar Eclipse/single-site ephemerides

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[Image.]  One of the easternmost locations in the United States of America for the Annular Solar Eclipse of 2023-10-14 is Sarnia Park next to the Corpus Christi Marina in Texas. [1] [2]  Shown here is a view of the marina from the "Voyage Through the Planets" exhibit in Corpus Christi. [3] [4]

Single-site ephemerides for the Annular Solar Eclipse of 2023-10-14 in the Contiguous United States of America (USA) generated by Occult from the International Occultation Timing Association (IOTA) and Stellarium. [5] [6] [7] [8] [9]

Texas

Texas, United States of America (USA).

Corpus Christi

Corpus Christi, Nueces, Texas.

Packery Channel Oak Motte Sanctuary

[Image.]  Eclipse maximum from Packery Channel Oak Motte Sanctuary. [10]

Occult:

S O L A R     E C L I P S E     P R E D I C T I O N   for 2023 Oct 14 
                    Packery Channel Oak Motte Sanctuary
 East Longitude - 97 13.07
       Latitude   27 37.74
       Altitude  1 m.

         TT-UTC  69.2 secs    Prediction basis: DE440
        UT1-UTC  0.0 secs    ▲T [= TT-UT1]  69.2 secs

Event               UTC       P.A.   alt.      Differential Corrections
                  h  m  s       o      o          A       B       C
First Contact    15 26 51     315     36         1.10   -0.99   -0.07
Baily beads @2nd 16 56 15  
Second Contact   16 56 22.5   317.7       
Maximum Eclipse  16 58 52             50         1.65   -1.47   -0.06
Third Contact    17  1 14.4   140.4       
Baily beads @3rd 17  1 26  
Last Contact     18 38 55     137     54         1.95   -1.99   -0.04
 [2nd and 3rd contacts are based on the lunar limb derived from LRO LOLA]

Magnitude at Maximum Eclipse 0.975
Magnitude (diameter ratio)   0.950

At Maximum Eclipse
Distance from Centre of eclipse    0.000021     185.2   194.8    0.03
             Shadow Radius   L2    0.014368
           Shadow movement    n    0.347306

Planetary elongations
Mercury 4° W    Venus 46° W    Mars 11° E    Jupiter 158° W    Saturn 130° E

Differential Corrections:
Units: for Contact Times - seconds; Distance - 0.000001
A and B - per arc minute, C - per km in altitude

Stellarium:

Sun
Type: star
Magnitude: -24.22 (reduced to -24.05 by 1.31 Airmasses)
Absolute Magnitude: 4.83
Color Index (B-V): 0.66
RA/Dec (J2000.0): 199.17579°/-8.1044°
RA/Dec (on date): 199.48430°/-8.2293°
HA/Dec: 22.73349h/-8.2170° (apparent)
Az./Alt.: 150.1136°/49.7145° (apparent)
Gal. long./lat.: 313.6734°/54.2396°
Supergal. long./lat.: 125.7301°/2.9737°
Ecl. long./lat. (J2000.0): 200.7586°/0.0004°
Ecl. long./lat. (on date): 201.0885°/-0.0009°
Ecliptic obliquity (on date): 23.4386°
Mean Sidereal Time: 12h01m55.8s
Apparent Sidereal Time: 12h01m55.3s
Rise: 7h28m
Transit: 13h15m
Set: 19h01m
Morning twilight (h=-6.0°): 7h05m
Evening twilight (h=-6.0°): 19h25m
Daytime: 11h33m
Parallactic Angle: -26.4899°
IAU Constellation: Vir
Hourly motion: 0.0408° towards 112.1°
Hourly motion: dα=0.0381° dδ=-0.0155°
Distance: 0.997 AU (149.222 M km)
Light time: 0h08m17.8s 
Apparent diameter: 0.53424°
Diameter: 1391400.0 km
Eclipse magnitude: 0.975
Eclipse obscuration: 90.26%
Moon/Sun diameter ratio: 0.949 (annular)
Central eclipse duration: 5m 3s
Center of solar eclipse (Lat./Long.): 27.6131°/-97.2014°
Shadow center point is 2.4 km towards azimuth 137.5°
Width of antumbra: 189.6 km
Lunar Az./Alt.: 150.11°/49.71°

Moon
Type: moon
Magnitude: -2.74 (reduced to -2.57 by 1.31 Airmasses)
Absolute Magnitude: 0.21
Mean Opposition Magnitude: -12.74
RA/Dec (J2000.0): 199.17598°/-8.1046°
RA/Dec (on date): 199.48449°/-8.2295°
HA/Dec: 22.73348h/-8.2172° (apparent)
Az./Alt.: 150.1135°/49.7142° (apparent)
Gal. long./lat.: 313.6736°/54.2393°
Supergal. long./lat.: 125.7303°/2.9739°
Ecl. long./lat. (J2000.0): 200.7588°/0.0003°
Ecl. long./lat. (on date): 201.0887°/-0.0010°
Ecliptic obliquity (on date): 23.4386°
Mean Sidereal Time: 12h01m55.8s
Apparent Sidereal Time: 12h01m55.3s
Rise: 7h20m
Transit: 13h16m
Set: 19h06m
Parallactic Angle: -26.4901°
IAU Constellation: Vir
Hourly motion: 0.3613° towards 133.6°
Hourly motion: dα=0.2633° dδ=-0.2503°
Elongation: 0.0055°
Elong. in Ecl.Long.: E0.0002°
Phase angle: 179.9945°
Illuminated: 0.0%
Distance from Sun: 0.995 AU (148.830 M km)
Distance: 0.002622 AU (392253.513 km)
Light time: 0h00m01.3s 
Orbital velocity: 0.995 km/s
Heliocentric velocity: 28.870 km/s
Sidereal period: 27.32 days (0.075 a)
Synodic period: 29.53 days (0.081 a)
Apparent diameter: 0.50755°
Diameter: 3474.8 km
Sidereal day: 655h43m11.6s
Mean solar day: 708h44m02.9s
Equatorial rotation velocity: 4.624 m/s
Moon age: 29.5 days old (New Moon)
Position angle of bright limb: 317.1°
Position Angle of axis: 20.5°
Libration: 3.8° towards 278.2° (E!)
Libration: -3.7°/-0.5°
Subsolar point: 176.7°/0.1°
Colongitude: 273.3°
Albedo: 0.12
Solar Az./Alt.: 150.11°/49.71°

Packery Channel Nature Park

[Image.]  Eclipse maximum from Packery Channel Nature Park.

Occult:

S O L A R     E C L I P S E     P R E D I C T I O N   for 2023 Oct 14 
                    Packery Channel Nature Park
 East Longitude - 97 13.27
       Latitude   27 37.58
       Altitude  2 m.

         TT-UTC  69.2 secs    Prediction basis: DE440
        UT1-UTC  0.0 secs    ▲T [= TT-UT1]  69.2 secs

Event               UTC       P.A.   alt.      Differential Corrections
                  h  m  s       o      o          A       B       C
First Contact    15 26 51     315     36         1.10   -0.99   -0.07
Baily beads @2nd 16 56 15  
Second Contact   16 56 22.5   317.7       
Maximum Eclipse  16 58 52             50         1.65   -1.47   -0.06
Third Contact    17  1 14.3   140.4       
Baily beads @3rd 17  1 26  
Last Contact     18 38 55     137     54         1.95   -1.99   -0.04
 [2nd and 3rd contacts are based on the lunar limb derived from LRO LOLA]

Magnitude at Maximum Eclipse 0.975
Magnitude (diameter ratio)   0.950

At Maximum Eclipse
Distance from Centre of eclipse   -0.000047     185.2   194.8    0.03
             Shadow Radius   L2    0.014368
           Shadow movement    n    0.347307

Planetary elongations
Mercury 4° W    Venus 46° W    Mars 11° E    Jupiter 158° W    Saturn 130° E

Differential Corrections:
Units: for Contact Times - seconds; Distance - 0.000001
A and B - per arc minute, C - per km in altitude

Stellarium:

Sun
Type: star
Magnitude: -24.22 (reduced to -24.05 by 1.31 Airmasses)
Absolute Magnitude: 4.83
Color Index (B-V): 0.66
RA/Dec (J2000.0): 199.17579°/-8.1044°
RA/Dec (on date): 199.48430°/-8.2293°
HA/Dec: 22.73327h/-8.2170° (apparent)
Az./Alt.: 150.1075°/49.7153° (apparent)
Gal. long./lat.: 313.6734°/54.2396°
Supergal. long./lat.: 125.7301°/2.9737°
Ecl. long./lat. (J2000.0): 200.7586°/0.0004°
Ecl. long./lat. (on date): 201.0885°/-0.0009°
Ecliptic obliquity (on date): 23.4386°
Mean Sidereal Time: 12h01m55.0s
Apparent Sidereal Time: 12h01m54.5s
Rise: 7h28m
Transit: 13h15m
Set: 19h01m
Morning twilight (h=-6.0°): 7h05m
Evening twilight (h=-6.0°): 19h25m
Daytime: 11h33m
Parallactic Angle: -26.4960°
IAU Constellation: Vir
Hourly motion: 0.0408° towards 112.1°
Hourly motion: dα=0.0381° dδ=-0.0155°
Distance: 0.997 AU (149.222 M km)
Light time: 0h08m17.8s 
Apparent diameter: 0.53424°
Diameter: 1391400.0 km
Eclipse magnitude: 0.974
Eclipse obscuration: 90.26%
Moon/Sun diameter ratio: 0.949 (annular)
Central eclipse duration: 5m 3s
Center of solar eclipse (Lat./Long.): 27.6131°/-97.2014°
Shadow center point is 2.4 km towards azimuth 127.1°
Width of antumbra: 189.6 km
Lunar Az./Alt.: 150.11°/49.72°

Moon
Type: moon
Magnitude: -2.74 (reduced to -2.57 by 1.31 Airmasses)
Absolute Magnitude: 0.21
Mean Opposition Magnitude: -12.74
RA/Dec (J2000.0): 199.17603°/-8.1046°
RA/Dec (on date): 199.48454°/-8.2294°
HA/Dec: 22.73325h/-8.2171° (apparent)
Az./Alt.: 150.1073°/49.7151° (apparent)
Gal. long./lat.: 313.6737°/54.2394°
Supergal. long./lat.: 125.7303°/2.9739°
Ecl. long./lat. (J2000.0): 200.7589°/0.0004°
Ecl. long./lat. (on date): 201.0888°/-0.0010°
Ecliptic obliquity (on date): 23.4386°
Mean Sidereal Time: 12h01m55.0s
Apparent Sidereal Time: 12h01m54.5s
Rise: 7h20m
Transit: 13h16m
Set: 19h06m
Parallactic Angle: -26.4962°
IAU Constellation: Vir
Hourly motion: 0.3613° towards 133.6°
Hourly motion: dα=0.2633° dδ=-0.2503°
Elongation: 0.0054°
Elong. in Ecl.Long.: E0.0003°
Phase angle: 179.9946°
Illuminated: 0.0%
Distance from Sun: 0.995 AU (148.830 M km)
Distance: 0.002622 AU (392253.452 km)
Light time: 0h00m01.3s 
Orbital velocity: 0.995 km/s
Heliocentric velocity: 28.870 km/s
Sidereal period: 27.32 days (0.075 a)
Synodic period: 29.53 days (0.081 a)
Apparent diameter: 0.50755°
Diameter: 3474.8 km
Sidereal day: 655h43m11.6s
Mean solar day: 708h44m02.9s
Equatorial rotation velocity: 4.624 m/s
Moon age: 29.5 days old (New Moon)
Position angle of bright limb: 304.3°
Position Angle of axis: 20.5°
Libration: 3.8° towards 278.2° (E!)
Libration: -3.7°/-0.5°
Subsolar point: 176.7°/0.1°
Colongitude: 273.3°
Albedo: 0.12
Solar Az./Alt.: 150.11°/49.72°

Sarnia Park

[Image.]  Eclipse maximum from Sarnia Park.

Occult:

S O L A R     E C L I P S E     P R E D I C T I O N   for 2023 Oct 14 
                    Sarnia Park
 East Longitude - 97 23.30
       Latitude   27 47.57
       Altitude  1 m.

         TT-UTC  69.2 secs    Prediction basis: DE440
        UT1-UTC  0.0 secs    ▲T [= TT-UT1]  69.2 secs

Event               UTC       P.A.   alt.      Differential Corrections
                  h  m  s       o      o          A       B       C
First Contact    15 26 30     315     36         1.09   -0.97   -0.07
Baily beads @2nd 16 55 44  
Second Contact   16 55 51.5   317.7       
Maximum Eclipse  16 58 21             50         1.64   -1.46   -0.06
Third Contact    17  0 43.2   140.4       
Baily beads @3rd 17  0 55  
Last Contact     18 38 16     137     54         1.94   -1.98   -0.04
 [2nd and 3rd contacts are based on the lunar limb derived from LRO LOLA]

Magnitude at Maximum Eclipse 0.975
Magnitude (diameter ratio)   0.950

At Maximum Eclipse
Distance from Centre of eclipse    0.000036     184.6   195.4    0.03
             Shadow Radius   L2    0.014383
           Shadow movement    n    0.347913

Planetary elongations
Mercury 4° W    Venus 46° W    Mars 11° E    Jupiter 158° W    Saturn 130° E

Differential Corrections:
Units: for Contact Times - seconds; Distance - 0.000001
A and B - per arc minute, C - per km in altitude

Stellarium:

Sun
Type: star
Magnitude: -24.22 (reduced to -24.05 by 1.32 Airmasses)
Absolute Magnitude: 4.83
Color Index (B-V): 0.66
RA/Dec (J2000.0): 199.17547°/-8.1043°
RA/Dec (on date): 199.48398°/-8.2292°
HA/Dec: 22.71352h/-8.2167° (apparent)
Az./Alt.: 149.8010°/49.4401° (apparent)
Gal. long./lat.: 313.6729°/54.2398°
Supergal. long./lat.: 125.7299°/2.9735°
Ecl. long./lat. (J2000.0): 200.7582°/0.0004°
Ecl. long./lat. (on date): 201.0882°/-0.0009°
Ecliptic obliquity (on date): 23.4386°
Mean Sidereal Time: 12h00m43.8s
Apparent Sidereal Time: 12h00m43.3s
Rise: 7h29m
Transit: 13h16m
Set: 19h02m
Morning twilight (h=-6.0°): 7h06m
Evening twilight (h=-6.0°): 19h25m
Daytime: 11h32m
Parallactic Angle: -26.7176°
IAU Constellation: Vir
Hourly motion: 0.0408° towards 112.1°
Hourly motion: dα=0.0381° dδ=-0.0155°
Distance: 0.997 AU (149.222 M km)
Light time: 0h08m17.8s 
Apparent diameter: 0.53424°
Diameter: 1391400.0 km
Eclipse magnitude: 0.974
Eclipse obscuration: 90.25%
Moon/Sun diameter ratio: 0.949 (annular)
Central eclipse duration: 5m 2s
Center of solar eclipse (Lat./Long.): 27.7757°/-97.3719°
Shadow center point is 2.5 km towards azimuth 139.7°
Width of antumbra: 189.7 km
Lunar Az./Alt.: 149.80°/49.44°

Moon
Type: moon
Magnitude: -2.74 (reduced to -2.57 by 1.32 Airmasses)
Absolute Magnitude: 0.21
Mean Opposition Magnitude: -12.74
RA/Dec (J2000.0): 199.17565°/-8.1045°
RA/Dec (on date): 199.48416°/-8.2294°
HA/Dec: 22.71351h/-8.2170° (apparent)
Az./Alt.: 149.8009°/49.4398° (apparent)
Gal. long./lat.: 313.6731°/54.2395°
Supergal. long./lat.: 125.7302°/2.9736°
Ecl. long./lat. (J2000.0): 200.7585°/0.0003°
Ecl. long./lat. (on date): 201.0884°/-0.0010°
Ecliptic obliquity (on date): 23.4386°
Mean Sidereal Time: 12h00m43.8s
Apparent Sidereal Time: 12h00m43.3s
Rise: 7h21m
Transit: 13h17m
Set: 19h06m
Parallactic Angle: -26.7177°
IAU Constellation: Vir
Hourly motion: 0.3619° towards 133.5°
Hourly motion: dα=0.2639° dδ=-0.2505°
Elongation: 0.0055°
Elong. in Ecl.Long.: E0.0002°
Phase angle: 179.9945°
Illuminated: 0.0%
Distance from Sun: 0.995 AU (148.830 M km)
Distance: 0.002622 AU (392274.134 km)
Light time: 0h00m01.3s 
Orbital velocity: 0.995 km/s
Heliocentric velocity: 28.870 km/s
Sidereal period: 27.32 days (0.075 a)
Synodic period: 29.53 days (0.081 a)
Apparent diameter: 0.50753°
Diameter: 3474.8 km
Sidereal day: 655h43m11.6s
Mean solar day: 708h44m02.9s
Equatorial rotation velocity: 4.624 m/s
Moon age: 29.5 days old (New Moon)
Position angle of bright limb: 320.0°
Position Angle of axis: 20.5°
Libration: 3.8° towards 278.2° (E!)
Libration: -3.7°/-0.5°
Subsolar point: 176.7°/0.1°
Colongitude: 273.3°
Albedo: 0.12
Solar Az./Alt.: 149.80°/49.44°

Sherrill Park

[Image.]  Eclipse maximum from Sherrill Park.

Occult:

S O L A R     E C L I P S E     P R E D I C T I O N   for 2023 Oct 14 
                    Sherrill Park
 East Longitude - 97 23.55
       Latitude   27 47.46
       Altitude  4 m.

         TT-UTC  69.2 secs    Prediction basis: DE440
        UT1-UTC  0.0 secs    ▲T [= TT-UT1]  69.2 secs

Event               UTC       P.A.   alt.      Differential Corrections
                  h  m  s       o      o          A       B       C
First Contact    15 26 30     315     36         1.09   -0.97   -0.07
Baily beads @2nd 16 55 44  
Second Contact   16 55 51.3   317.7       
Maximum Eclipse  16 58 20             50         1.64   -1.46   -0.06
Third Contact    17  0 43.0   140.4       
Baily beads @3rd 17  0 55  
Last Contact     18 38 16     137     54         1.94   -1.98   -0.04
 [2nd and 3rd contacts are based on the lunar limb derived from LRO LOLA]

Magnitude at Maximum Eclipse 0.975
Magnitude (diameter ratio)   0.950

At Maximum Eclipse
Distance from Centre of eclipse   -0.000031     184.6   195.4    0.03
             Shadow Radius   L2    0.014383
           Shadow movement    n    0.347918

Planetary elongations
Mercury 4° W    Venus 46° W    Mars 11° E    Jupiter 158° W    Saturn 130° E

Differential Corrections:
Units: for Contact Times - seconds; Distance - 0.000001
A and B - per arc minute, C - per km in altitude

Stellarium:

Sun
Type: star
Magnitude: -24.22 (reduced to -24.05 by 1.32 Airmasses)
Absolute Magnitude: 4.83
Color Index (B-V): 0.66
RA/Dec (J2000.0): 199.17546°/-8.1043°
RA/Dec (on date): 199.48397°/-8.2291°
HA/Dec: 22.71296h/-8.2167° (apparent)
Az./Alt.: 149.7885°/49.4380° (apparent)
Gal. long./lat.: 313.6728°/54.2398°
Supergal. long./lat.: 125.7299°/2.9735°
Ecl. long./lat. (J2000.0): 200.7582°/0.0004°
Ecl. long./lat. (on date): 201.0881°/-0.0009°
Ecliptic obliquity (on date): 23.4386°
Mean Sidereal Time: 12h00m41.8s
Apparent Sidereal Time: 12h00m41.3s
Rise: 7h29m
Transit: 13h16m
Set: 19h02m
Morning twilight (h=-6.0°): 7h06m
Evening twilight (h=-6.0°): 19h25m
Daytime: 11h32m
Parallactic Angle: -26.7289°
IAU Constellation: Vir
Hourly motion: 0.0408° towards 112.1°
Hourly motion: dα=0.0381° dδ=-0.0155°
Distance: 0.997 AU (149.222 M km)
Light time: 0h08m17.8s 
Apparent diameter: 0.53424°
Diameter: 1391400.0 km
Eclipse magnitude: 0.975
Eclipse obscuration: 90.25%
Moon/Sun diameter ratio: 0.949 (annular)
Central eclipse duration: 5m 2s
Center of solar eclipse (Lat./Long.): 27.7810°/-97.3774°
Shadow center point is 1.9 km towards azimuth 126.8°
Width of antumbra: 189.7 km
Lunar Az./Alt.: 149.79°/49.44°

Moon
Type: moon
Magnitude: -2.74 (reduced to -2.57 by 1.32 Airmasses)
Absolute Magnitude: 0.21
Mean Opposition Magnitude: -12.74
RA/Dec (J2000.0): 199.17564°/-8.1044°
RA/Dec (on date): 199.48415°/-8.2293°
HA/Dec: 22.71295h/-8.2169° (apparent)
Az./Alt.: 149.7883°/49.4379° (apparent)
Gal. long./lat.: 313.6731°/54.2396°
Supergal. long./lat.: 125.7301°/2.9736°
Ecl. long./lat. (J2000.0): 200.7584°/0.0004°
Ecl. long./lat. (on date): 201.0884°/-0.0010°
Ecliptic obliquity (on date): 23.4386°
Mean Sidereal Time: 12h00m41.8s
Apparent Sidereal Time: 12h00m41.3s
Rise: 7h21m
Transit: 13h17m
Set: 19h06m
Parallactic Angle: -26.7291°
IAU Constellation: Vir
Hourly motion: 0.3619° towards 133.5°
Hourly motion: dα=0.2640° dδ=-0.2505°
Elongation: 0.0055°
Elong. in Ecl.Long.: E0.0002°
Phase angle: 179.9945°
Illuminated: 0.0%
Distance from Sun: 0.995 AU (148.830 M km)
Distance: 0.002622 AU (392274.308 km)
Light time: 0h00m01.3s 
Orbital velocity: 0.995 km/s
Heliocentric velocity: 28.870 km/s
Sidereal period: 27.32 days (0.075 a)
Synodic period: 29.53 days (0.081 a)
Apparent diameter: 0.50753°
Diameter: 3474.8 km
Sidereal day: 655h43m11.6s
Mean solar day: 708h44m02.9s
Equatorial rotation velocity: 4.624 m/s
Moon age: 29.5 days old (New Moon)
Position angle of bright limb: 304.1°
Position Angle of axis: 20.5°
Libration: 3.8° towards 278.2° (E!)
Libration: -3.7°/-0.5°
Subsolar point: 176.7°/0.1°
Colongitude: 273.3°
Albedo: 0.12
Solar Az./Alt.: 149.79°/49.44°

Artesian Park

[Image.]  Eclipse maximum from Artesian Park.

Occult:

S O L A R     E C L I P S E     P R E D I C T I O N   for 2023 Oct 14 
                    Artesian Park
 East Longitude - 97 23.68
       Latitude   27 47.96
       Altitude  1 m.

         TT-UTC  69.2 secs    Prediction basis: DE440
        UT1-UTC  0.0 secs    ▲T [= TT-UT1]  69.2 secs

Event               UTC       P.A.   alt.      Differential Corrections
                  h  m  s       o      o          A       B       C
First Contact    15 26 29     315     36         1.09   -0.97   -0.07
Baily beads @2nd 16 55 43  
Second Contact   16 55 50.4   317.7       
Maximum Eclipse  16 58 19             50         1.64   -1.46   -0.06
Third Contact    17  0 42.0   140.4       
Baily beads @3rd 17  0 54  
Last Contact     18 38 15     137     54         1.94   -1.98   -0.04
 [2nd and 3rd contacts are based on the lunar limb derived from LRO LOLA]

Magnitude at Maximum Eclipse 0.975
Magnitude (diameter ratio)   0.950

At Maximum Eclipse
Distance from Centre of eclipse    0.000042     184.5   195.4    0.03
             Shadow Radius   L2    0.014384
           Shadow movement    n    0.347937

Planetary elongations
Mercury 4° W    Venus 46° W    Mars 11° E    Jupiter 158° W    Saturn 130° E

Differential Corrections:
Units: for Contact Times - seconds; Distance - 0.000001
A and B - per arc minute, C - per km in altitude

Stellarium:

Sun
Type: star
Magnitude: -24.22 (reduced to -24.05 by 1.32 Airmasses)
Absolute Magnitude: 4.83
Color Index (B-V): 0.66
RA/Dec (J2000.0): 199.17544°/-8.1043°
RA/Dec (on date): 199.48396°/-8.2291°
HA/Dec: 22.71254h/-8.2167° (apparent)
Az./Alt.: 149.7847°/49.4280° (apparent)
Gal. long./lat.: 313.6728°/54.2398°
Supergal. long./lat.: 125.7299°/2.9734°
Ecl. long./lat. (J2000.0): 200.7582°/0.0004°
Ecl. long./lat. (on date): 201.0881°/-0.0009°
Ecliptic obliquity (on date): 23.4386°
Mean Sidereal Time: 12h00m40.3s
Apparent Sidereal Time: 12h00m39.8s
Rise: 7h29m
Transit: 13h16m
Set: 19h02m
Morning twilight (h=-6.0°): 7h06m
Evening twilight (h=-6.0°): 19h25m
Daytime: 11h32m
Parallactic Angle: -26.7299°
IAU Constellation: Vir
Hourly motion: 0.0408° towards 112.1°
Hourly motion: dα=0.0381° dδ=-0.0155°
Distance: 0.997 AU (149.222 M km)
Light time: 0h08m17.8s 
Apparent diameter: 0.53424°
Diameter: 1391400.0 km
Eclipse magnitude: 0.975
Eclipse obscuration: 90.25%
Moon/Sun diameter ratio: 0.949 (annular)
Central eclipse duration: 5m 2s
Center of solar eclipse (Lat./Long.): 27.7862°/-97.3830°
Shadow center point is 1.9 km towards azimuth 141.6°
Width of antumbra: 189.8 km
Lunar Az./Alt.: 149.78°/49.43°

Moon
Type: moon
Magnitude: -2.74 (reduced to -2.57 by 1.32 Airmasses)
Absolute Magnitude: 0.21
Mean Opposition Magnitude: -12.74
RA/Dec (J2000.0): 199.17557°/-8.1044°
RA/Dec (on date): 199.48409°/-8.2293°
HA/Dec: 22.71253h/-8.2169° (apparent)
Az./Alt.: 149.7847°/49.4277° (apparent)
Gal. long./lat.: 313.6730°/54.2396°
Supergal. long./lat.: 125.7301°/2.9735°
Ecl. long./lat. (J2000.0): 200.7584°/0.0003°
Ecl. long./lat. (on date): 201.0883°/-0.0010°
Ecliptic obliquity (on date): 23.4386°
Mean Sidereal Time: 12h00m40.3s
Apparent Sidereal Time: 12h00m39.8s
Rise: 7h21m
Transit: 13h17m
Set: 19h06m
Parallactic Angle: -26.7300°
IAU Constellation: Vir
Hourly motion: 0.3619° towards 133.5°
Hourly motion: dα=0.2640° dδ=-0.2505°
Elongation: 0.0055°
Elong. in Ecl.Long.: E0.0002°
Phase angle: 179.9945°
Illuminated: 0.0%
Distance from Sun: 0.995 AU (148.830 M km)
Distance: 0.002622 AU (392275.066 km)
Light time: 0h00m01.3s 
Orbital velocity: 0.995 km/s
Heliocentric velocity: 28.870 km/s
Sidereal period: 27.32 days (0.075 a)
Synodic period: 29.53 days (0.081 a)
Apparent diameter: 0.50753°
Diameter: 3474.8 km
Sidereal day: 655h43m11.6s
Mean solar day: 708h44m02.9s
Equatorial rotation velocity: 4.624 m/s
Moon age: 29.5 days old (New Moon)
Position angle of bright limb: 322.4°
Position Angle of axis: 20.5°
Libration: 3.8° towards 278.2° (E!)
Libration: -3.7°/-0.5°
Subsolar point: 176.7°/0.1°
Colongitude: 273.3°
Albedo: 0.12
Solar Az./Alt.: 149.78°/49.43°

Spohn Park

[Image.]  Eclipse maximum from Spohn Park.

Occult:

S O L A R     E C L I P S E     P R E D I C T I O N   for 2023 Oct 14 
                    Spohn Park
 East Longitude - 97 23.75
       Latitude   27 47.64
       Altitude  3 m.

         TT-UTC  69.2 secs    Prediction basis: DE440
        UT1-UTC  0.0 secs    ▲T [= TT-UT1]  69.2 secs

Event               UTC       P.A.   alt.      Differential Corrections
                  h  m  s       o      o          A       B       C
First Contact    15 26 30     315     36         1.09   -0.97   -0.07
Baily beads @2nd 16 55 43  
Second Contact   16 55 50.7   317.7       
Maximum Eclipse  16 58 20             50         1.64   -1.46   -0.06
Third Contact    17  0 42.4   140.4       
Baily beads @3rd 17  0 54  
Last Contact     18 38 15     137     54         1.94   -1.98   -0.04
 [2nd and 3rd contacts are based on the lunar limb derived from LRO LOLA]

Magnitude at Maximum Eclipse 0.975
Magnitude (diameter ratio)   0.950

At Maximum Eclipse
Distance from Centre of eclipse   -0.000033     184.5   195.4    0.03
             Shadow Radius   L2    0.014384
           Shadow movement    n    0.347929

Planetary elongations
Mercury 4° W    Venus 46° W    Mars 11° E    Jupiter 158° W    Saturn 130° E

Differential Corrections:
Units: for Contact Times - seconds; Distance - 0.000001
A and B - per arc minute, C - per km in altitude

Stellarium:

Sun
Type: star
Magnitude: -24.22 (reduced to -24.05 by 1.32 Airmasses)
Absolute Magnitude: 4.83
Color Index (B-V): 0.66
RA/Dec (J2000.0): 199.17546°/-8.1043°
RA/Dec (on date): 199.48397°/-8.2291°
HA/Dec: 22.71274h/-8.2167° (apparent)
Az./Alt.: 149.7857°/49.4338° (apparent)
Gal. long./lat.: 313.6728°/54.2398°
Supergal. long./lat.: 125.7299°/2.9735°
Ecl. long./lat. (J2000.0): 200.7582°/0.0004°
Ecl. long./lat. (on date): 201.0881°/-0.0009°
Ecliptic obliquity (on date): 23.4386°
Mean Sidereal Time: 12h00m41.0s
Apparent Sidereal Time: 12h00m40.5s
Rise: 7h29m
Transit: 13h16m
Set: 19h02m
Morning twilight (h=-6.0°): 7h06m
Evening twilight (h=-6.0°): 19h25m
Daytime: 11h32m
Parallactic Angle: -26.7305°
IAU Constellation: Vir
Hourly motion: 0.0408° towards 112.1°
Hourly motion: dα=0.0381° dδ=-0.0155°
Distance: 0.997 AU (149.222 M km)
Light time: 0h08m17.8s 
Apparent diameter: 0.53424°
Diameter: 1391400.0 km
Eclipse magnitude: 0.974
Eclipse obscuration: 90.25%
Moon/Sun diameter ratio: 0.949 (annular)
Central eclipse duration: 5m 2s
Center of solar eclipse (Lat./Long.): 27.7810°/-97.3774°
Shadow center point is 2.3 km towards azimuth 128.7°
Width of antumbra: 189.7 km
Lunar Az./Alt.: 149.79°/49.43°

Moon
Type: moon
Magnitude: -2.74 (reduced to -2.57 by 1.32 Airmasses)
Absolute Magnitude: 0.21
Mean Opposition Magnitude: -12.74
RA/Dec (J2000.0): 199.17568°/-8.1044°
RA/Dec (on date): 199.48419°/-8.2293°
HA/Dec: 22.71272h/-8.2169° (apparent)
Az./Alt.: 149.7855°/49.4336° (apparent)
Gal. long./lat.: 313.6732°/54.2396°
Supergal. long./lat.: 125.7301°/2.9736°
Ecl. long./lat. (J2000.0): 200.7585°/0.0004°
Ecl. long./lat. (on date): 201.0884°/-0.0010°
Ecliptic obliquity (on date): 23.4386°
Mean Sidereal Time: 12h00m41.0s
Apparent Sidereal Time: 12h00m40.5s
Rise: 7h21m
Transit: 13h17m
Set: 19h06m
Parallactic Angle: -26.7307°
IAU Constellation: Vir
Hourly motion: 0.3619° towards 133.5°
Hourly motion: dα=0.2640° dδ=-0.2505°
Elongation: 0.0054°
Elong. in Ecl.Long.: E0.0003°
Phase angle: 179.9945°
Illuminated: 0.0%
Distance from Sun: 0.995 AU (148.830 M km)
Distance: 0.002622 AU (392274.614 km)
Light time: 0h00m01.3s 
Orbital velocity: 0.995 km/s
Heliocentric velocity: 28.870 km/s
Sidereal period: 27.32 days (0.075 a)
Synodic period: 29.53 days (0.081 a)
Apparent diameter: 0.50753°
Diameter: 3474.8 km
Sidereal day: 655h43m11.6s
Mean solar day: 708h44m02.9s
Equatorial rotation velocity: 4.624 m/s
Moon age: 29.5 days old (New Moon)
Position angle of bright limb: 306.3°
Position Angle of axis: 20.5°
Libration: 3.8° towards 278.2° (E!)
Libration: -3.7°/-0.5°
Subsolar point: 176.7°/0.1°
Colongitude: 273.3°
Albedo: 0.12
Solar Az./Alt.: 149.79°/49.43°

Upper Broadway Park

[Image.]  Upper Broadway Park is located next to the Nueces County Courthouse (pictured). [11] [12] [13]
[Image.]  Eclipse maximum from Upper Broadway Park.

Occult:

S O L A R     E C L I P S E     P R E D I C T I O N   for 2023 Oct 14 
                    Upper Broadway Park
 East Longitude - 97 24.01
       Latitude   27 47.74
       Altitude  10 m.

         TT-UTC  69.2 secs    Prediction basis: DE440
        UT1-UTC  0.0 secs    ▲T [= TT-UT1]  69.2 secs

Event               UTC       P.A.   alt.      Differential Corrections
                  h  m  s       o      o          A       B       C
First Contact    15 26 29     315     36         1.09   -0.97   -0.07
Baily beads @2nd 16 55 43  
Second Contact   16 55 50.2   317.7       
Maximum Eclipse  16 58 19             50         1.64   -1.46   -0.06
Third Contact    17  0 41.8   140.4       
Baily beads @3rd 17  0 53  
Last Contact     18 38 15     137     54         1.94   -1.98   -0.04
 [2nd and 3rd contacts are based on the lunar limb derived from LRO LOLA]

Magnitude at Maximum Eclipse 0.975
Magnitude (diameter ratio)   0.950

At Maximum Eclipse
Distance from Centre of eclipse   -0.000061     184.5   195.4    0.03
             Shadow Radius   L2    0.014384
           Shadow movement    n    0.347940

Planetary elongations
Mercury 4° W    Venus 46° W    Mars 11° E    Jupiter 158° W    Saturn 130° E

Differential Corrections:
Units: for Contact Times - seconds; Distance - 0.000001
A and B - per arc minute, C - per km in altitude

Stellarium:

Sun
Type: star
Magnitude: -24.22 (reduced to -24.05 by 1.32 Airmasses)
Absolute Magnitude: 4.83
Color Index (B-V): 0.66
RA/Dec (J2000.0): 199.17544°/-8.1043°
RA/Dec (on date): 199.48396°/-8.2291°
HA/Dec: 22.71217h/-8.2167° (apparent)
Az./Alt.: 149.7751°/49.4287° (apparent)
Gal. long./lat.: 313.6728°/54.2398°
Supergal. long./lat.: 125.7299°/2.9734°
Ecl. long./lat. (J2000.0): 200.7582°/0.0004°
Ecl. long./lat. (on date): 201.0881°/-0.0009°
Ecliptic obliquity (on date): 23.4386°
Mean Sidereal Time: 12h00m39.0s
Apparent Sidereal Time: 12h00m38.5s
Rise: 7h29m
Transit: 13h16m
Set: 19h02m
Morning twilight (h=-6.0°): 7h06m
Evening twilight (h=-6.0°): 19h25m
Daytime: 11h32m
Parallactic Angle: -26.7392°
IAU Constellation: Vir
Hourly motion: 0.0408° towards 112.1°
Hourly motion: dα=0.0381° dδ=-0.0155°
Distance: 0.997 AU (149.222 M km)
Light time: 0h08m17.8s 
Apparent diameter: 0.53424°
Diameter: 1391400.0 km
Eclipse magnitude: 0.975
Eclipse obscuration: 90.25%
Moon/Sun diameter ratio: 0.949 (annular)
Central eclipse duration: 5m 2s
Center of solar eclipse (Lat./Long.): 27.7862°/-97.3830°
Shadow center point is 2.0 km towards azimuth 121.8°
Width of antumbra: 189.8 km
Lunar Az./Alt.: 149.77°/49.43°

Moon
Type: moon
Magnitude: -2.74 (reduced to -2.57 by 1.32 Airmasses)
Absolute Magnitude: 0.21
Mean Opposition Magnitude: -12.74
RA/Dec (J2000.0): 199.17566°/-8.1044°
RA/Dec (on date): 199.48417°/-8.2293°
HA/Dec: 22.71216h/-8.2168° (apparent)
Az./Alt.: 149.7749°/49.4285° (apparent)
Gal. long./lat.: 313.6732°/54.2396°
Supergal. long./lat.: 125.7300°/2.9736°
Ecl. long./lat. (J2000.0): 200.7584°/0.0004°
Ecl. long./lat. (on date): 201.0884°/-0.0009°
Ecliptic obliquity (on date): 23.4386°
Mean Sidereal Time: 12h00m39.0s
Apparent Sidereal Time: 12h00m38.5s
Rise: 7h21m
Transit: 13h17m
Set: 19h06m
Parallactic Angle: -26.7394°
IAU Constellation: Vir
Hourly motion: 0.3619° towards 133.5°
Hourly motion: dα=0.2640° dδ=-0.2505°
Elongation: 0.0055°
Elong. in Ecl.Long.: E0.0002°
Phase angle: 179.9945°
Illuminated: 0.0%
Distance from Sun: 0.995 AU (148.830 M km)
Distance: 0.002622 AU (392275.005 km)
Light time: 0h00m01.3s 
Orbital velocity: 0.995 km/s
Heliocentric velocity: 28.870 km/s
Sidereal period: 27.32 days (0.075 a)
Synodic period: 29.53 days (0.081 a)
Apparent diameter: 0.50753°
Diameter: 3474.8 km
Sidereal day: 655h43m11.6s
Mean solar day: 708h44m02.9s
Equatorial rotation velocity: 4.624 m/s
Moon age: 29.5 days old (New Moon)
Position angle of bright limb: 298.3°
Position Angle of axis: 20.5°
Libration: 3.8° towards 278.2° (E!)
Libration: -3.7°/-0.5°
Subsolar point: 176.7°/0.1°
Colongitude: 273.3°
Albedo: 0.12
Solar Az./Alt.: 149.78°/49.43°

New Mexico

New Mexico, USA.

Hobbs

Hobbs, Lea, New Mexico.

Washington Park

[Image.]  Eclipse maximum from Washington Park.

Occult:

S O L A R     E C L I P S E     P R E D I C T I O N   for 2023 Oct 14 
                    Washington Park
 East Longitude -103  7.31
       Latitude   32 41.70
       Altitude  1099 m.

         TT-UTC  69.2 secs    Prediction basis: DE440
        UT1-UTC  0.0 secs    ▲T [= TT-UT1]  69.2 secs

Event               UTC       P.A.   alt.      Differential Corrections
                  h  m  s       o      o          A       B       C
First Contact    15 17  9     312     27         0.85   -0.56   -0.07
Baily beads @2nd 16 41  8  
Second Contact   16 41 14.8   317.7       
Maximum Eclipse  16 43 41             41         1.39   -0.99   -0.07
Third Contact    16 46  0.7   140.4       
Baily beads @3rd 16 46 11  
Last Contact     18 18 57     135     49         1.79   -1.55   -0.05
 [2nd and 3rd contacts are based on the lunar limb derived from LRO LOLA]

Magnitude at Maximum Eclipse 0.974
Magnitude (diameter ratio)   0.948

At Maximum Eclipse
Distance from Centre of eclipse    0.000115     161.6   212.4    0.03
             Shadow Radius   L2    0.014895
           Shadow movement    n    0.368697

Planetary elongations
Mercury 4° W    Venus 46° W    Mars 11° E    Jupiter 158° W    Saturn 130° E

Differential Corrections:
Units: for Contact Times - seconds; Distance - 0.000001
A and B - per arc minute, C - per km in altitude

Stellarium:

Sun
Type: star
Magnitude: -24.26 (reduced to -24.06 by 1.53 Airmasses)
Absolute Magnitude: 4.83
Color Index (B-V): 0.66
RA/Dec (J2000.0): 199.16630°/-8.1006°
RA/Dec (on date): 199.47480°/-8.2255°
HA/Dec: 22.08705h/-8.2093° (apparent)
Az./Alt.: 141.1096°/40.8071° (apparent)
Gal. long./lat.: 313.6586°/54.2449°
Supergal. long./lat.: 125.7238°/2.9658°
Ecl. long./lat. (J2000.0): 200.7484°/0.0004°
Ecl. long./lat. (on date): 201.0784°/-0.0009°
Ecliptic obliquity (on date): 23.4386°
Mean Sidereal Time: 11h23m05.4s
Apparent Sidereal Time: 11h23m04.9s
Rise: 6h56m
Transit: 12h38m
Set: 18h21m
Morning twilight (h=-6.0°): 6h31m
Evening twilight (h=-6.0°): 18h46m
Daytime: 11h25m
Parallactic Angle: -32.2643°
IAU Constellation: Vir
Hourly motion: 0.0409° towards 112.1°
Hourly motion: dα=0.0382° dδ=-0.0155°
Distance: 0.997 AU (149.223 M km)
Light time: 0h08m17.8s 
Apparent diameter: 0.53424°
Diameter: 1391400.0 km
Eclipse magnitude: 0.974
Eclipse obscuration: 89.93%
Moon/Sun diameter ratio: 0.948 (annular)
Central eclipse duration: 4m 55s
Center of solar eclipse (Lat./Long.): 32.6817°/-103.1123°
Shadow center point is 1.7 km towards azimuth 149.0°
Width of antumbra: 196.0 km
Lunar Az./Alt.: 141.11°/40.81°

Moon
Type: moon
Magnitude: -2.74 (reduced to -2.54 by 1.53 Airmasses)
Absolute Magnitude: 0.21
Mean Opposition Magnitude: -12.74
RA/Dec (J2000.0): 199.16642°/-8.1009°
RA/Dec (on date): 199.47493°/-8.2258°
HA/Dec: 22.08705h/-8.2095° (apparent)
Az./Alt.: 141.1097°/40.8068° (apparent)
Gal. long./lat.: 313.6587°/54.2446°
Supergal. long./lat.: 125.7241°/2.9658°
Ecl. long./lat. (J2000.0): 200.7487°/0.0002°
Ecl. long./lat. (on date): 201.0786°/-0.0011°
Ecliptic obliquity (on date): 23.4386°
Mean Sidereal Time: 11h23m05.4s
Apparent Sidereal Time: 11h23m04.9s
Rise: 6h48m
Transit: 12h40m
Set: 18h25m
Parallactic Angle: -32.2643°
IAU Constellation: Vir
Hourly motion: 0.3814° towards 131.4°
Hourly motion: dα=0.2876° dδ=-0.2539°
Elongation: 0.0055°
Elong. in Ecl.Long.: E0.0002°
Phase angle: 179.9945°
Illuminated: 0.0%
Distance from Sun: 0.995 AU (148.830 M km)
Distance: 0.002627 AU (392973.436 km)
Light time: 0h00m01.3s 
Orbital velocity: 0.995 km/s
Heliocentric velocity: 28.870 km/s
Sidereal period: 27.32 days (0.075 a)
Synodic period: 29.53 days (0.081 a)
Apparent diameter: 0.50662°
Diameter: 3474.8 km
Sidereal day: 655h43m11.6s
Mean solar day: 708h44m02.9s
Equatorial rotation velocity: 4.624 m/s
Moon age: 29.5 days old (Waning Crescent)
Position angle of bright limb: 334.7°
Position Angle of axis: 20.5°
Libration: 3.8° towards 278.4° (E!)
Libration: -3.7°/-0.6°
Subsolar point: 176.8°/0.1°
Colongitude: 273.2°
Albedo: 0.12
Solar Az./Alt.: 141.11°/40.81°

King Soccerplex

[Image.]  Eclipse maximum from King Soccerplex.

Occult:

S O L A R     E C L I P S E     P R E D I C T I O N   for 2023 Oct 14 
                    King Soccerplex
 East Longitude -103  7.52
       Latitude   32 41.35
       Altitude  1098 m.

         TT-UTC  69.2 secs    Prediction basis: DE440
        UT1-UTC  0.0 secs    ▲T [= TT-UT1]  69.2 secs

Event               UTC       P.A.   alt.      Differential Corrections
                  h  m  s       o      o          A       B       C
First Contact    15 17  9     312     27         0.85   -0.56   -0.07
Baily beads @2nd 16 41  8  
Second Contact   16 41 14.9   317.7       
Maximum Eclipse  16 43 41             41         1.39   -0.99   -0.07
Third Contact    16 46  0.8   140.4       
Baily beads @3rd 16 46 11  
Last Contact     18 18 57     135     49         1.79   -1.55   -0.05
 [2nd and 3rd contacts are based on the lunar limb derived from LRO LOLA]

Magnitude at Maximum Eclipse 0.974
Magnitude (diameter ratio)   0.948

At Maximum Eclipse
Distance from Centre of eclipse    0.000008     161.6   212.4    0.03
             Shadow Radius   L2    0.014895
           Shadow movement    n    0.368694

Planetary elongations
Mercury 4° W    Venus 46° W    Mars 11° E    Jupiter 158° W    Saturn 130° E

Differential Corrections:
Units: for Contact Times - seconds; Distance - 0.000001
A and B - per arc minute, C - per km in altitude

Stellarium:

Sun
Type: star
Magnitude: -24.26 (reduced to -24.06 by 1.53 Airmasses)
Absolute Magnitude: 4.83
Color Index (B-V): 0.66
RA/Dec (J2000.0): 199.16630°/-8.1006°
RA/Dec (on date): 199.47480°/-8.2255°
HA/Dec: 22.08683h/-8.2093° (apparent)
Az./Alt.: 141.1027°/40.8099° (apparent)
Gal. long./lat.: 313.6586°/54.2449°
Supergal. long./lat.: 125.7238°/2.9658°
Ecl. long./lat. (J2000.0): 200.7484°/0.0004°
Ecl. long./lat. (on date): 201.0784°/-0.0009°
Ecliptic obliquity (on date): 23.4386°
Mean Sidereal Time: 11h23m04.6s
Apparent Sidereal Time: 11h23m04.0s
Rise: 6h56m
Transit: 12h38m
Set: 18h21m
Morning twilight (h=-6.0°): 6h31m
Evening twilight (h=-6.0°): 18h46m
Daytime: 11h25m
Parallactic Angle: -32.2722°
IAU Constellation: Vir
Hourly motion: 0.0409° towards 112.1°
Hourly motion: dα=0.0382° dδ=-0.0155°
Distance: 0.997 AU (149.223 M km)
Light time: 0h08m17.8s 
Apparent diameter: 0.53424°
Diameter: 1391400.0 km
Eclipse magnitude: 0.974
Eclipse obscuration: 89.93%
Moon/Sun diameter ratio: 0.948 (annular)
Central eclipse duration: 4m 55s
Center of solar eclipse (Lat./Long.): 32.6817°/-103.1123°
Shadow center point is 1.5 km towards azimuth 124.8°
Width of antumbra: 196.0 km
Lunar Az./Alt.: 141.10°/40.81°

Moon
Type: moon
Magnitude: -2.74 (reduced to -2.54 by 1.53 Airmasses)
Absolute Magnitude: 0.21
Mean Opposition Magnitude: -12.74
RA/Dec (J2000.0): 199.16649°/-8.1008°
RA/Dec (on date): 199.47500°/-8.2257°
HA/Dec: 22.08681h/-8.2094° (apparent)
Az./Alt.: 141.1026°/40.8096° (apparent)
Gal. long./lat.: 313.6589°/54.2447°
Supergal. long./lat.: 125.7241°/2.9659°
Ecl. long./lat. (J2000.0): 200.7487°/0.0003°
Ecl. long./lat. (on date): 201.0786°/-0.0010°
Ecliptic obliquity (on date): 23.4386°
Mean Sidereal Time: 11h23m04.6s
Apparent Sidereal Time: 11h23m04.0s
Rise: 6h48m
Transit: 12h40m
Set: 18h25m
Parallactic Angle: -32.2722°
IAU Constellation: Vir
Hourly motion: 0.3814° towards 131.4°
Hourly motion: dα=0.2876° dδ=-0.2539°
Elongation: 0.0055°
Elong. in Ecl.Long.: E0.0002°
Phase angle: 179.9945°
Illuminated: 0.0%
Distance from Sun: 0.995 AU (148.830 M km)
Distance: 0.002627 AU (392973.207 km)
Light time: 0h00m01.3s 
Orbital velocity: 0.995 km/s
Heliocentric velocity: 28.870 km/s
Sidereal period: 27.32 days (0.075 a)
Synodic period: 29.53 days (0.081 a)
Apparent diameter: 0.50663°
Diameter: 3474.8 km
Sidereal day: 655h43m11.6s
Mean solar day: 708h44m02.9s
Equatorial rotation velocity: 4.624 m/s
Moon age: 29.5 days old (Waning Crescent)
Position angle of bright limb: 314.4°
Position Angle of axis: 20.5°
Libration: 3.8° towards 278.4° (E!)
Libration: -3.7°/-0.6°
Subsolar point: 176.8°/0.1°
Colongitude: 273.2°
Albedo: 0.12
Solar Az./Alt.: 141.10°/40.81°

Humble Park

[Image.]  Eclipse maximum from Humble Park.

Occult:

S O L A R     E C L I P S E     P R E D I C T I O N   for 2023 Oct 14 
                    Humble Park
 East Longitude -103  8.65
       Latitude   32 42.50
       Altitude  1109 m.

         TT-UTC  69.2 secs    Prediction basis: DE440
        UT1-UTC  0.0 secs    ▲T [= TT-UT1]  69.2 secs

Event               UTC       P.A.   alt.      Differential Corrections
                  h  m  s       o      o          A       B       C
First Contact    15 17  7     312     27         0.85   -0.55   -0.07
Baily beads @2nd 16 41  5  
Second Contact   16 41 12.2   317.7       
Maximum Eclipse  16 43 38             41         1.39   -0.99   -0.07
Third Contact    16 45 58.0   140.4       
Baily beads @3rd 16 46  9  
Last Contact     18 18 53     135     49         1.79   -1.55   -0.05
 [2nd and 3rd contacts are based on the lunar limb derived from LRO LOLA]

Magnitude at Maximum Eclipse 0.974
Magnitude (diameter ratio)   0.948

At Maximum Eclipse
Distance from Centre of eclipse    0.000068     161.5   212.5    0.03
             Shadow Radius   L2    0.014897
           Shadow movement    n    0.368772

Planetary elongations
Mercury 4° W    Venus 46° W    Mars 11° E    Jupiter 158° W    Saturn 130° E

Differential Corrections:
Units: for Contact Times - seconds; Distance - 0.000001
A and B - per arc minute, C - per km in altitude

Stellarium:

Sun
Type: star
Magnitude: -24.26 (reduced to -24.06 by 1.53 Airmasses)
Absolute Magnitude: 4.83
Color Index (B-V): 0.66
RA/Dec (J2000.0): 199.16626°/-8.1006°
RA/Dec (on date): 199.47477°/-8.2255°
HA/Dec: 22.08473h/-8.2092° (apparent)
Az./Alt.: 141.0783°/40.7784° (apparent)
Gal. long./lat.: 313.6585°/54.2449°
Supergal. long./lat.: 125.7238°/2.9657°
Ecl. long./lat. (J2000.0): 200.7484°/0.0004°
Ecl. long./lat. (on date): 201.0783°/-0.0009°
Ecliptic obliquity (on date): 23.4386°
Mean Sidereal Time: 11h22m57.0s
Apparent Sidereal Time: 11h22m56.5s
Rise: 6h56m
Transit: 12h39m
Set: 18h21m
Morning twilight (h=-6.0°): 6h31m
Evening twilight (h=-6.0°): 18h46m
Daytime: 11h25m
Parallactic Angle: -32.2835°
IAU Constellation: Vir
Hourly motion: 0.0409° towards 112.1°
Hourly motion: dα=0.0382° dδ=-0.0155°
Distance: 0.997 AU (149.223 M km)
Light time: 0h08m17.8s 
Apparent diameter: 0.53424°
Diameter: 1391400.0 km
Eclipse magnitude: 0.974
Eclipse obscuration: 89.93%
Moon/Sun diameter ratio: 0.948 (annular)
Central eclipse duration: 4m 55s
Center of solar eclipse (Lat./Long.): 32.6995°/-103.1357°
Shadow center point is 1.3 km towards azimuth 141.0°
Width of antumbra: 196.1 km
Lunar Az./Alt.: 141.08°/40.78°

Moon
Type: moon
Magnitude: -2.74 (reduced to -2.54 by 1.53 Airmasses)
Absolute Magnitude: 0.21
Mean Opposition Magnitude: -12.74
RA/Dec (J2000.0): 199.16640°/-8.1008°
RA/Dec (on date): 199.47490°/-8.2257°
HA/Dec: 22.08472h/-8.2094° (apparent)
Az./Alt.: 141.0783°/40.7782° (apparent)
Gal. long./lat.: 313.6587°/54.2447°
Supergal. long./lat.: 125.7240°/2.9658°
Ecl. long./lat. (J2000.0): 200.7486°/0.0003°
Ecl. long./lat. (on date): 201.0785°/-0.0011°
Ecliptic obliquity (on date): 23.4386°
Mean Sidereal Time: 11h22m57.0s
Apparent Sidereal Time: 11h22m56.5s
Rise: 6h48m
Transit: 12h40m
Set: 18h25m
Parallactic Angle: -32.2835°
IAU Constellation: Vir
Hourly motion: 0.3815° towards 131.4°
Hourly motion: dα=0.2877° dδ=-0.2539°
Elongation: 0.0055°
Elong. in Ecl.Long.: E0.0002°
Phase angle: 179.9945°
Illuminated: 0.0%
Distance from Sun: 0.995 AU (148.830 M km)
Distance: 0.002627 AU (392975.924 km)
Light time: 0h00m01.3s 
Orbital velocity: 0.995 km/s
Heliocentric velocity: 28.870 km/s
Sidereal period: 27.32 days (0.075 a)
Synodic period: 29.53 days (0.081 a)
Apparent diameter: 0.50662°
Diameter: 3474.8 km
Sidereal day: 655h43m11.6s
Mean solar day: 708h44m02.9s
Equatorial rotation velocity: 4.624 m/s
Moon age: 29.5 days old (Waning Crescent)
Position angle of bright limb: 327.6°
Position Angle of axis: 20.5°
Libration: 3.8° towards 278.4° (E!)
Libration: -3.7°/-0.6°
Subsolar point: 176.8°/0.1°
Colongitude: 273.2°
Albedo: 0.12
Solar Az./Alt.: 141.08°/40.78°

Jefferson Elementary School

[Image.]  Eclipse maximum from Jefferson Elementary School.

Occult:

S O L A R     E C L I P S E     P R E D I C T I O N   for 2023 Oct 14 
                    Jefferson Elementary School
 East Longitude -103  8.95
       Latitude   32 42.43
       Altitude  1110 m.

         TT-UTC  69.2 secs    Prediction basis: DE440
        UT1-UTC  0.0 secs    ▲T [= TT-UT1]  69.2 secs

Event               UTC       P.A.   alt.      Differential Corrections
                  h  m  s       o      o          A       B       C
First Contact    15 17  7     312     27         0.85   -0.55   -0.07
Baily beads @2nd 16 41  5  
Second Contact   16 41 11.9   317.7       
Maximum Eclipse  16 43 38             41         1.39   -0.99   -0.07
Third Contact    16 45 57.8   140.4       
Baily beads @3rd 16 46  8  
Last Contact     18 18 52     135     49         1.79   -1.55   -0.05
 [2nd and 3rd contacts are based on the lunar limb derived from LRO LOLA]

Magnitude at Maximum Eclipse 0.974
Magnitude (diameter ratio)   0.948

At Maximum Eclipse
Distance from Centre of eclipse    0.000005     161.5   212.5    0.03
             Shadow Radius   L2    0.014897
           Shadow movement    n    0.368781

Planetary elongations
Mercury 4° W    Venus 46° W    Mars 11° E    Jupiter 158° W    Saturn 130° E

Differential Corrections:
Units: for Contact Times - seconds; Distance - 0.000001
A and B - per arc minute, C - per km in altitude

Stellarium:

Sun
Type: star
Magnitude: -24.26 (reduced to -24.06 by 1.53 Airmasses)
Absolute Magnitude: 4.83
Color Index (B-V): 0.66
RA/Dec (J2000.0): 199.16626°/-8.1006°
RA/Dec (on date): 199.47477°/-8.2255°
HA/Dec: 22.08440h/-8.2092° (apparent)
Az./Alt.: 141.0722°/40.7767° (apparent)
Gal. long./lat.: 313.6585°/54.2449°
Supergal. long./lat.: 125.7238°/2.9658°
Ecl. long./lat. (J2000.0): 200.7484°/0.0004°
Ecl. long./lat. (on date): 201.0783°/-0.0009°
Ecliptic obliquity (on date): 23.4386°
Mean Sidereal Time: 11h22m55.8s
Apparent Sidereal Time: 11h22m55.3s
Rise: 6h56m
Transit: 12h39m
Set: 18h21m
Morning twilight (h=-6.0°): 6h31m
Evening twilight (h=-6.0°): 18h46m
Daytime: 11h25m
Parallactic Angle: -32.2887°
IAU Constellation: Vir
Hourly motion: 0.0409° towards 112.1°
Hourly motion: dα=0.0382° dδ=-0.0155°
Distance: 0.997 AU (149.223 M km)
Light time: 0h08m17.8s 
Apparent diameter: 0.53424°
Diameter: 1391400.0 km
Eclipse magnitude: 0.974
Eclipse obscuration: 89.93%
Moon/Sun diameter ratio: 0.948 (annular)
Central eclipse duration: 4m 55s
Center of solar eclipse (Lat./Long.): 32.6995°/-103.1357°
Shadow center point is 1.5 km towards azimuth 124.3°
Width of antumbra: 196.1 km
Lunar Az./Alt.: 141.07°/40.78°

Moon
Type: moon
Magnitude: -2.74 (reduced to -2.54 by 1.53 Airmasses)
Absolute Magnitude: 0.21
Mean Opposition Magnitude: -12.74
RA/Dec (J2000.0): 199.16646°/-8.1008°
RA/Dec (on date): 199.47497°/-8.2257°
HA/Dec: 22.08439h/-8.2094° (apparent)
Az./Alt.: 141.0721°/40.7764° (apparent)
Gal. long./lat.: 313.6588°/54.2447°
Supergal. long./lat.: 125.7240°/2.9659°
Ecl. long./lat. (J2000.0): 200.7487°/0.0003°
Ecl. long./lat. (on date): 201.0786°/-0.0010°
Ecliptic obliquity (on date): 23.4386°
Mean Sidereal Time: 11h22m55.8s
Apparent Sidereal Time: 11h22m55.3s
Rise: 6h48m
Transit: 12h40m
Set: 18h25m
Parallactic Angle: -32.2888°
IAU Constellation: Vir
Hourly motion: 0.3815° towards 131.4°
Hourly motion: dα=0.2877° dδ=-0.2539°
Elongation: 0.0055°
Elong. in Ecl.Long.: E0.0003°
Phase angle: 179.9945°
Illuminated: 0.0%
Distance from Sun: 0.995 AU (148.830 M km)
Distance: 0.002627 AU (392976.073 km)
Light time: 0h00m01.3s 
Orbital velocity: 0.995 km/s
Heliocentric velocity: 28.870 km/s
Sidereal period: 27.32 days (0.075 a)
Synodic period: 29.53 days (0.081 a)
Apparent diameter: 0.50662°
Diameter: 3474.8 km
Sidereal day: 655h43m11.6s
Mean solar day: 708h44m02.9s
Equatorial rotation velocity: 4.624 m/s
Moon age: 29.5 days old (Waning Crescent)
Position angle of bright limb: 313.8°
Position Angle of axis: 20.5°
Libration: 3.8° towards 278.4° (E!)
Libration: -3.7°/-0.6°
Subsolar point: 176.8°/0.1°
Colongitude: 273.2°
Albedo: 0.12
Solar Az./Alt.: 141.07°/40.78°

Bensing Park

[Image.]  Eclipse maximum from Bensing Park.

Occult:

S O L A R     E C L I P S E     P R E D I C T I O N   for 2023 Oct 14 
                    Bensing Park
 East Longitude -103  9.12
       Latitude   32 42.44
       Altitude  1110 m.

         TT-UTC  69.2 secs    Prediction basis: DE440
        UT1-UTC  0.0 secs    ▲T [= TT-UT1]  69.2 secs

Event               UTC       P.A.   alt.      Differential Corrections
                  h  m  s       o      o          A       B       C
First Contact    15 17  7     312     27         0.85   -0.55   -0.07
Baily beads @2nd 16 41  5  
Second Contact   16 41 11.7   317.7       
Maximum Eclipse  16 43 37             41         1.39   -0.99   -0.07
Third Contact    16 45 57.5   140.4       
Baily beads @3rd 16 46  8  
Last Contact     18 18 52     135     49         1.79   -1.55   -0.05
 [2nd and 3rd contacts are based on the lunar limb derived from LRO LOLA]

Magnitude at Maximum Eclipse 0.974
Magnitude (diameter ratio)   0.948

At Maximum Eclipse
Distance from Centre of eclipse   -0.000019     161.5   212.5    0.03
             Shadow Radius   L2    0.014897
           Shadow movement    n    0.368787

Planetary elongations
Mercury 4° W    Venus 46° W    Mars 11° E    Jupiter 158° W    Saturn 130° E

Differential Corrections:
Units: for Contact Times - seconds; Distance - 0.000001
A and B - per arc minute, C - per km in altitude

Stellarium:

Sun
Type: star
Magnitude: -24.26 (reduced to -24.06 by 1.53 Airmasses)
Absolute Magnitude: 4.83
Color Index (B-V): 0.66
RA/Dec (J2000.0): 199.16625°/-8.1006°
RA/Dec (on date): 199.47476°/-8.2255°
HA/Dec: 22.08394h/-8.2092° (apparent)
Az./Alt.: 141.0646°/40.7730° (apparent)
Gal. long./lat.: 313.6585°/54.2449°
Supergal. long./lat.: 125.7238°/2.9657°
Ecl. long./lat. (J2000.0): 200.7484°/0.0004°
Ecl. long./lat. (on date): 201.0783°/-0.0009°
Ecliptic obliquity (on date): 23.4386°
Mean Sidereal Time: 11h22m54.2s
Apparent Sidereal Time: 11h22m53.6s
Rise: 6h56m
Transit: 12h39m
Set: 18h21m
Morning twilight (h=-6.0°): 6h31m
Evening twilight (h=-6.0°): 18h46m
Daytime: 11h25m
Parallactic Angle: -32.2946°
IAU Constellation: Vir
Hourly motion: 0.0409° towards 112.1°
Hourly motion: dα=0.0382° dδ=-0.0155°
Distance: 0.997 AU (149.223 M km)
Light time: 0h08m17.8s 
Apparent diameter: 0.53424°
Diameter: 1391400.0 km
Eclipse magnitude: 0.974
Eclipse obscuration: 89.93%
Moon/Sun diameter ratio: 0.948 (annular)
Central eclipse duration: 4m 55s
Center of solar eclipse (Lat./Long.): 32.7055°/-103.1435°
Shadow center point is 0.8 km towards azimuth 104.7°
Width of antumbra: 196.1 km
Lunar Az./Alt.: 141.06°/40.77°

Moon
Type: moon
Magnitude: -2.74 (reduced to -2.54 by 1.53 Airmasses)
Absolute Magnitude: 0.21
Mean Opposition Magnitude: -12.74
RA/Dec (J2000.0): 199.16641°/-8.1007°
RA/Dec (on date): 199.47492°/-8.2256°
HA/Dec: 22.08393h/-8.2093° (apparent)
Az./Alt.: 141.0645°/40.7728° (apparent)
Gal. long./lat.: 313.6588°/54.2447°
Supergal. long./lat.: 125.7240°/2.9659°
Ecl. long./lat. (J2000.0): 200.7486°/0.0004°
Ecl. long./lat. (on date): 201.0785°/-0.0010°
Ecliptic obliquity (on date): 23.4386°
Mean Sidereal Time: 11h22m54.2s
Apparent Sidereal Time: 11h22m53.6s
Rise: 6h48m
Transit: 12h40m
Set: 18h25m
Parallactic Angle: -32.2947°
IAU Constellation: Vir
Hourly motion: 0.3815° towards 131.4°
Hourly motion: dα=0.2877° dδ=-0.2539°
Elongation: 0.0055°
Elong. in Ecl.Long.: E0.0002°
Phase angle: 179.9945°
Illuminated: 0.0%
Distance from Sun: 0.995 AU (148.830 M km)
Distance: 0.002627 AU (392976.410 km)
Light time: 0h00m01.3s 
Orbital velocity: 0.995 km/s
Heliocentric velocity: 28.870 km/s
Sidereal period: 27.32 days (0.075 a)
Synodic period: 29.53 days (0.081 a)
Apparent diameter: 0.50662°
Diameter: 3474.8 km
Sidereal day: 655h43m11.6s
Mean solar day: 708h44m02.9s
Equatorial rotation velocity: 4.624 m/s
Moon age: 29.5 days old (Waning Crescent)
Position angle of bright limb: 306.8°
Position Angle of axis: 20.5°
Libration: 3.8° towards 278.4° (E!)
Libration: -3.7°/-0.6°
Subsolar point: 176.8°/0.1°
Colongitude: 273.2°
Albedo: 0.12
Solar Az./Alt.: 141.06°/40.77°

Albuquerque

Albuquerque, Bernalillo, New Mexico.

Three Gun Trailhead

[Image.]  Eclipse maximum from Three Gun Trailhead.

Occult:

S O L A R     E C L I P S E     P R E D I C T I O N   for 2023 Oct 14 
                    Three Gun Trailhead
 East Longitude -106 26.65
       Latitude   35  4.59
       Altitude  1927 m.

         TT-UTC  69.2 secs    Prediction basis: DE440
        UT1-UTC  0.0 secs    ▲T [= TT-UT1]  69.2 secs

Event               UTC       P.A.   alt.      Differential Corrections
                  h  m  s       o      o          A       B       C
First Contact    15 13 23     311     23         0.73   -0.36   -0.07
Baily beads @2nd 16 34 43  
Second Contact   16 34 49.1   311.6       
Maximum Eclipse  16 37 13             36         1.26   -0.75   -0.07
Third Contact    16 39 31.9   140.4       
Baily beads @3rd 16 39 42  
Last Contact     18  9 49     134     46         1.69   -1.30   -0.06
 [2nd and 3rd contacts are based on the lunar limb derived from LRO LOLA]

Magnitude at Maximum Eclipse 0.974
Magnitude (diameter ratio)   0.947

At Maximum Eclipse
Distance from Centre of eclipse    0.000096     148.5   221.3    0.03
             Shadow Radius   L2    0.015187
           Shadow movement    n    0.380764

Planetary elongations
Mercury 4° W    Venus 46° W    Mars 11° E    Jupiter 158° W    Saturn 130° E

Differential Corrections:
Units: for Contact Times - seconds; Distance - 0.000001
A and B - per arc minute, C - per km in altitude

Stellarium:

Sun
Type: star
Magnitude: -24.27 (reduced to -24.06 by 1.69 Airmasses)
Absolute Magnitude: 4.83
Color Index (B-V): 0.66
RA/Dec (J2000.0): 199.16225°/-8.0990°
RA/Dec (on date): 199.47076°/-8.2239°
HA/Dec: 21.75793h/-8.2052° (apparent)
Az./Alt.: 137.1232°/36.3286° (apparent)
Gal. long./lat.: 313.6523°/54.2471°
Supergal. long./lat.: 125.7212°/2.9624°
Ecl. long./lat. (J2000.0): 200.7441°/0.0004°
Ecl. long./lat. (on date): 201.0741°/-0.0010°
Ecliptic obliquity (on date): 23.4386°
Mean Sidereal Time: 11h03m19.0s
Apparent Sidereal Time: 11h03m18.5s
Rise: 7h11m
Transit: 12h52m
Set: 18h32m
Morning twilight (h=-6.0°): 6h45m
Evening twilight (h=-6.0°): 18h58m
Daytime: 11h21m
Parallactic Angle: -34.2364°
IAU Constellation: Vir
Hourly motion: 0.0409° towards 112.1°
Hourly motion: dα=0.0382° dδ=-0.0155°
Distance: 0.997 AU (149.224 M km)
Light time: 0h08m17.8s 
Apparent diameter: 0.53424°
Diameter: 1391400.0 km
Eclipse magnitude: 0.973
Eclipse obscuration: 89.75%
Moon/Sun diameter ratio: 0.947 (annular)
Central eclipse duration: 4m 51s
Center of solar eclipse (Lat./Long.): 35.0742°/-106.4453°
Shadow center point is 0.3 km towards azimuth 201.7°
Width of antumbra: 199.9 km
Lunar Az./Alt.: 137.12°/36.33°

Moon
Type: moon
Magnitude: -2.74 (reduced to -2.52 by 1.69 Airmasses)
Absolute Magnitude: 0.21
Mean Opposition Magnitude: -12.74
RA/Dec (J2000.0): 199.16236°/-8.0992°
RA/Dec (on date): 199.47086°/-8.2241°
HA/Dec: 21.75793h/-8.2054° (apparent)
Az./Alt.: 137.1232°/36.3283° (apparent)
Gal. long./lat.: 313.6524°/54.2469°
Supergal. long./lat.: 125.7214°/2.9624°
Ecl. long./lat. (J2000.0): 200.7443°/0.0002°
Ecl. long./lat. (on date): 201.0742°/-0.0011°
Ecliptic obliquity (on date): 23.4386°
Mean Sidereal Time: 11h03m19.0s
Apparent Sidereal Time: 11h03m18.5s
Rise: 7h04m
Transit: 12h54m
Set: 18h36m
Parallactic Angle: -34.2364°
IAU Constellation: Vir
Hourly motion: 0.3927° towards 130.3°
Hourly motion: dα=0.3014° dδ=-0.2553°
Elongation: 0.0055°
Elong. in Ecl.Long.: E0.0002°
Phase angle: 179.9945°
Illuminated: 0.0%
Distance from Sun: 0.995 AU (148.830 M km)
Distance: 0.002630 AU (393372.411 km)
Light time: 0h00m01.3s 
Orbital velocity: 0.995 km/s
Heliocentric velocity: 28.870 km/s
Sidereal period: 27.32 days (0.075 a)
Synodic period: 29.53 days (0.081 a)
Apparent diameter: 0.50611°
Diameter: 3474.8 km
Sidereal day: 655h43m11.6s
Mean solar day: 708h44m02.9s
Equatorial rotation velocity: 4.624 m/s
Moon age: 29.5 days old (Waning Crescent)
Position angle of bright limb: 334.4°
Position Angle of axis: 20.5°
Libration: 3.8° towards 278.5° (E!)
Libration: -3.7°/-0.6°
Subsolar point: 176.9°/0.1°
Colongitude: 273.1°
Albedo: 0.12
Solar Az./Alt.: 137.12°/36.33°

Embudo Trailhead

[Image.]  Eclipse maximum from Embudo Trailhead.

Occult:

S O L A R     E C L I P S E     P R E D I C T I O N   for 2023 Oct 14 
                    Embudo Trailhead
 East Longitude -106 28.78
       Latitude   35  5.94
       Altitude  1884 m.

         TT-UTC  69.2 secs    Prediction basis: DE440
        UT1-UTC  0.0 secs    ▲T [= TT-UT1]  69.2 secs

Event               UTC       P.A.   alt.      Differential Corrections
                  h  m  s       o      o          A       B       C
First Contact    15 13 21     311     23         0.73   -0.35   -0.07
Baily beads @2nd 16 34 39  
Second Contact   16 34 45.5   311.6       
Maximum Eclipse  16 37  9             36         1.26   -0.74   -0.07
Third Contact    16 39 28.3   140.4       
Baily beads @3rd 16 39 38  
Last Contact     18  9 43     134     46         1.69   -1.30   -0.06
 [2nd and 3rd contacts are based on the lunar limb derived from LRO LOLA]

Magnitude at Maximum Eclipse 0.974
Magnitude (diameter ratio)   0.947

At Maximum Eclipse
Distance from Centre of eclipse    0.000077     148.4   221.4    0.03
             Shadow Radius   L2    0.015190
           Shadow movement    n    0.380890

Planetary elongations
Mercury 4° W    Venus 46° W    Mars 11° E    Jupiter 158° W    Saturn 130° E

Differential Corrections:
Units: for Contact Times - seconds; Distance - 0.000001
A and B - per arc minute, C - per km in altitude

Stellarium:

Sun
Type: star
Magnitude: -24.27 (reduced to -24.06 by 1.69 Airmasses)
Absolute Magnitude: 4.83
Color Index (B-V): 0.66
RA/Dec (J2000.0): 199.16221°/-8.0990°
RA/Dec (on date): 199.47072°/-8.2239°
HA/Dec: 21.75445h/-8.2051° (apparent)
Az./Alt.: 137.0814°/36.2830° (apparent)
Gal. long./lat.: 313.6522°/54.2471°
Supergal. long./lat.: 125.7211°/2.9624°
Ecl. long./lat. (J2000.0): 200.7441°/0.0004°
Ecl. long./lat. (on date): 201.0740°/-0.0010°
Ecliptic obliquity (on date): 23.4386°
Mean Sidereal Time: 11h03m06.4s
Apparent Sidereal Time: 11h03m05.9s
Rise: 7h11m
Transit: 12h52m
Set: 18h32m
Morning twilight (h=-6.0°): 6h45m
Evening twilight (h=-6.0°): 18h58m
Daytime: 11h21m
Parallactic Angle: -34.2563°
IAU Constellation: Vir
Hourly motion: 0.0409° towards 112.1°
Hourly motion: dα=0.0382° dδ=-0.0155°
Distance: 0.997 AU (149.224 M km)
Light time: 0h08m17.8s 
Apparent diameter: 0.53424°
Diameter: 1391400.0 km
Eclipse magnitude: 0.973
Eclipse obscuration: 89.75%
Moon/Sun diameter ratio: 0.947 (annular)
Central eclipse duration: 4m 51s
Center of solar eclipse (Lat./Long.): 35.0998°/-106.4834°
Shadow center point is 0.3 km towards azimuth 285.7°
Width of antumbra: 200.0 km
Lunar Az./Alt.: 137.08°/36.28°

Moon
Type: moon
Magnitude: -2.74 (reduced to -2.52 by 1.69 Airmasses)
Absolute Magnitude: 0.21
Mean Opposition Magnitude: -12.74
RA/Dec (J2000.0): 199.16230°/-8.0992°
RA/Dec (on date): 199.47081°/-8.2241°
HA/Dec: 21.75445h/-8.2053° (apparent)
Az./Alt.: 137.0814°/36.2828° (apparent)
Gal. long./lat.: 313.6523°/54.2470°
Supergal. long./lat.: 125.7213°/2.9624°
Ecl. long./lat. (J2000.0): 200.7442°/0.0003°
Ecl. long./lat. (on date): 201.0742°/-0.0011°
Ecliptic obliquity (on date): 23.4386°
Mean Sidereal Time: 11h03m06.4s
Apparent Sidereal Time: 11h03m05.9s
Rise: 7h04m
Transit: 12h54m
Set: 18h36m
Parallactic Angle: -34.2562°
IAU Constellation: Vir
Hourly motion: 0.3928° towards 130.2°
Hourly motion: dα=0.3016° dδ=-0.2553°
Elongation: 0.0056°
Elong. in Ecl.Long.: E0.0001°
Phase angle: 179.9944°
Illuminated: 0.0%
Distance from Sun: 0.995 AU (148.830 M km)
Distance: 0.002630 AU (393376.625 km)
Light time: 0h00m01.3s 
Orbital velocity: 0.995 km/s
Heliocentric velocity: 28.870 km/s
Sidereal period: 27.32 days (0.075 a)
Synodic period: 29.53 days (0.081 a)
Apparent diameter: 0.50611°
Diameter: 3474.8 km
Sidereal day: 655h43m11.6s
Mean solar day: 708h44m02.9s
Equatorial rotation velocity: 4.624 m/s
Moon age: 29.5 days old (Waning Crescent)
Position angle of bright limb: 333.3°
Position Angle of axis: 20.5°
Libration: 3.8° towards 278.5° (E!)
Libration: -3.7°/-0.6°
Subsolar point: 176.9°/0.1°
Colongitude: 273.1°
Albedo: 0.12
Solar Az./Alt.: 137.08°/36.28°

Menaul Trailhead

[Image.]  Eclipse maximum from Menaul Trailhead.

Occult:

S O L A R     E C L I P S E     P R E D I C T I O N   for 2023 Oct 14 
                    Menaul Trailhead
 East Longitude -106 29.29
       Latitude   35  6.30
       Altitude  1826 m.

         TT-UTC  69.2 secs    Prediction basis: DE440
        UT1-UTC  0.0 secs    ▲T [= TT-UT1]  69.2 secs

Event               UTC       P.A.   alt.      Differential Corrections
                  h  m  s       o      o          A       B       C
First Contact    15 13 21     311     23         0.73   -0.35   -0.07
Baily beads @2nd 16 34 38  
Second Contact   16 34 44.7   311.6       
Maximum Eclipse  16 37  9             36         1.26   -0.74   -0.07
Third Contact    16 39 27.4   140.4       
Baily beads @3rd 16 39 37  
Last Contact     18  9 42     134     46         1.69   -1.30   -0.06
 [2nd and 3rd contacts are based on the lunar limb derived from LRO LOLA]

Magnitude at Maximum Eclipse 0.974
Magnitude (diameter ratio)   0.947

At Maximum Eclipse
Distance from Centre of eclipse    0.000078     148.3   221.4    0.03
             Shadow Radius   L2    0.015190
           Shadow movement    n    0.380922

Planetary elongations
Mercury 4° W    Venus 46° W    Mars 11° E    Jupiter 158° W    Saturn 130° E

Differential Corrections:
Units: for Contact Times - seconds; Distance - 0.000001
A and B - per arc minute, C - per km in altitude

Stellarium:

Sun
Type: star
Magnitude: -24.27 (reduced to -24.06 by 1.69 Airmasses)
Absolute Magnitude: 4.83
Color Index (B-V): 0.66
RA/Dec (J2000.0): 199.16221°/-8.0990°
RA/Dec (on date): 199.47072°/-8.2239°
HA/Dec: 21.75388h/-8.2051° (apparent)
Az./Alt.: 137.0757°/36.2739° (apparent)
Gal. long./lat.: 313.6522°/54.2471°
Supergal. long./lat.: 125.7211°/2.9624°
Ecl. long./lat. (J2000.0): 200.7441°/0.0004°
Ecl. long./lat. (on date): 201.0740°/-0.0010°
Ecliptic obliquity (on date): 23.4386°
Mean Sidereal Time: 11h03m04.4s
Apparent Sidereal Time: 11h03m03.8s
Rise: 7h11m
Transit: 12h52m
Set: 18h32m
Morning twilight (h=-6.0°): 6h46m
Evening twilight (h=-6.0°): 18h58m
Daytime: 11h21m
Parallactic Angle: -34.2576°
IAU Constellation: Vir
Hourly motion: 0.0409° towards 112.1°
Hourly motion: dα=0.0382° dδ=-0.0155°
Distance: 0.997 AU (149.224 M km)
Light time: 0h08m17.8s 
Apparent diameter: 0.53424°
Diameter: 1391400.0 km
Eclipse magnitude: 0.973
Eclipse obscuration: 89.75%
Moon/Sun diameter ratio: 0.947 (annular)
Central eclipse duration: 4m 51s
Center of solar eclipse (Lat./Long.): 35.0998°/-106.4834°
Shadow center point is 0.7 km towards azimuth 141.4°
Width of antumbra: 200.0 km
Lunar Az./Alt.: 137.08°/36.27°

Moon
Type: moon
Magnitude: -2.74 (reduced to -2.52 by 1.69 Airmasses)
Absolute Magnitude: 0.21
Mean Opposition Magnitude: -12.74
RA/Dec (J2000.0): 199.16236°/-8.0992°
RA/Dec (on date): 199.47087°/-8.2241°
HA/Dec: 21.75387h/-8.2053° (apparent)
Az./Alt.: 137.0757°/36.2736° (apparent)
Gal. long./lat.: 313.6524°/54.2469°
Supergal. long./lat.: 125.7214°/2.9624°
Ecl. long./lat. (J2000.0): 200.7443°/0.0002°
Ecl. long./lat. (on date): 201.0742°/-0.0011°
Ecliptic obliquity (on date): 23.4386°
Mean Sidereal Time: 11h03m04.4s
Apparent Sidereal Time: 11h03m03.8s
Rise: 7h04m
Transit: 12h54m
Set: 18h36m
Parallactic Angle: -34.2576°
IAU Constellation: Vir
Hourly motion: 0.3928° towards 130.2°
Hourly motion: dα=0.3016° dδ=-0.2553°
Elongation: 0.0055°
Elong. in Ecl.Long.: E0.0002°
Phase angle: 179.9945°
Illuminated: 0.0%
Distance from Sun: 0.995 AU (148.830 M km)
Distance: 0.002630 AU (393377.476 km)
Light time: 0h00m01.3s 
Orbital velocity: 0.995 km/s
Heliocentric velocity: 28.870 km/s
Sidereal period: 27.32 days (0.075 a)
Synodic period: 29.53 days (0.081 a)
Apparent diameter: 0.50610°
Diameter: 3474.8 km
Sidereal day: 655h43m11.6s
Mean solar day: 708h44m02.9s
Equatorial rotation velocity: 4.624 m/s
Moon age: 29.5 days old (Waning Crescent)
Position angle of bright limb: 327.4°
Position Angle of axis: 20.5°
Libration: 3.8° towards 278.5° (E!)
Libration: -3.7°/-0.6°
Subsolar point: 176.9°/0.1°
Colongitude: 273.1°
Albedo: 0.12
Solar Az./Alt.: 137.08°/36.27°

Holiday Park

[Image.]  Eclipse maximum from Holiday Park.

Occult:

S O L A R     E C L I P S E     P R E D I C T I O N   for 2023 Oct 14 
                    Holiday Park
 East Longitude -106 30.49
       Latitude   35  7.39
       Altitude  1747 m.

         TT-UTC  69.2 secs    Prediction basis: DE440
        UT1-UTC  0.0 secs    ▲T [= TT-UT1]  69.2 secs

Event               UTC       P.A.   alt.      Differential Corrections
                  h  m  s       o      o          A       B       C
First Contact    15 13 20     311     23         0.73   -0.35   -0.07
Baily beads @2nd 16 34 36  
Second Contact   16 34 42.5   311.6       
Maximum Eclipse  16 37  6             36         1.25   -0.74   -0.07
Third Contact    16 39 25.1   140.4       
Baily beads @3rd 16 39 35  
Last Contact     18  9 39     134     46         1.69   -1.29   -0.06
 [2nd and 3rd contacts are based on the lunar limb derived from LRO LOLA]

Magnitude at Maximum Eclipse 0.973
Magnitude (diameter ratio)   0.947

At Maximum Eclipse
Distance from Centre of eclipse    0.000140     148.2   221.5    0.03
             Shadow Radius   L2    0.015192
           Shadow movement    n    0.381004

Planetary elongations
Mercury 4° W    Venus 46° W    Mars 11° E    Jupiter 158° W    Saturn 130° E

Differential Corrections:
Units: for Contact Times - seconds; Distance - 0.000001
A and B - per arc minute, C - per km in altitude

Stellarium:

Sun
Type: star
Magnitude: -24.28 (reduced to -24.06 by 1.69 Airmasses)
Absolute Magnitude: 4.83
Color Index (B-V): 0.66
RA/Dec (J2000.0): 199.16218°/-8.0990°
RA/Dec (on date): 199.47069°/-8.2239°
HA/Dec: 21.75172h/-8.2051° (apparent)
Az./Alt.: 137.0518°/36.2425° (apparent)
Gal. long./lat.: 313.6522°/54.2472°
Supergal. long./lat.: 125.7211°/2.9623°
Ecl. long./lat. (J2000.0): 200.7441°/0.0004°
Ecl. long./lat. (on date): 201.0740°/-0.0010°
Ecliptic obliquity (on date): 23.4386°
Mean Sidereal Time: 11h02m56.6s
Apparent Sidereal Time: 11h02m56.0s
Rise: 7h11m
Transit: 12h52m
Set: 18h32m
Morning twilight (h=-6.0°): 6h46m
Evening twilight (h=-6.0°): 18h58m
Daytime: 11h21m
Parallactic Angle: -34.2663°
IAU Constellation: Vir
Hourly motion: 0.0409° towards 112.1°
Hourly motion: dα=0.0382° dδ=-0.0155°
Distance: 0.997 AU (149.224 M km)
Light time: 0h08m17.8s 
Apparent diameter: 0.53424°
Diameter: 1391400.0 km
Eclipse magnitude: 0.973
Eclipse obscuration: 89.74%
Moon/Sun diameter ratio: 0.947 (annular)
Central eclipse duration: 4m 51s
Center of solar eclipse (Lat./Long.): 35.1191°/-106.5120°
Shadow center point is 0.6 km towards azimuth 216.0°
Width of antumbra: 200.0 km
Lunar Az./Alt.: 137.05°/36.24°

Moon
Type: moon
Magnitude: -2.74 (reduced to -2.52 by 1.69 Airmasses)
Absolute Magnitude: 0.21
Mean Opposition Magnitude: -12.74
RA/Dec (J2000.0): 199.16223°/-8.0992°
RA/Dec (on date): 199.47074°/-8.2241°
HA/Dec: 21.75171h/-8.2053° (apparent)
Az./Alt.: 137.0519°/36.2422° (apparent)
Gal. long./lat.: 313.6522°/54.2469°
Supergal. long./lat.: 125.7213°/2.9623°
Ecl. long./lat. (J2000.0): 200.7442°/0.0002°
Ecl. long./lat. (on date): 201.0741°/-0.0011°
Ecliptic obliquity (on date): 23.4386°
Mean Sidereal Time: 11h02m56.6s
Apparent Sidereal Time: 11h02m56.0s
Rise: 7h04m
Transit: 12h54m
Set: 18h36m
Parallactic Angle: -34.2663°
IAU Constellation: Vir
Hourly motion: 0.3929° towards 130.2°
Hourly motion: dα=0.3017° dδ=-0.2553°
Elongation: 0.0056°
Elong. in Ecl.Long.: E0.0001°
Phase angle: 179.9944°
Illuminated: 0.0%
Distance from Sun: 0.995 AU (148.830 M km)
Distance: 0.002630 AU (393380.418 km)
Light time: 0h00m01.3s 
Orbital velocity: 0.995 km/s
Heliocentric velocity: 28.870 km/s
Sidereal period: 27.32 days (0.075 a)
Synodic period: 29.53 days (0.081 a)
Apparent diameter: 0.50610°
Diameter: 3474.8 km
Sidereal day: 655h43m11.6s
Mean solar day: 708h44m02.9s
Equatorial rotation velocity: 4.624 m/s
Moon age: 29.5 days old (Waning Crescent)
Position angle of bright limb: 346.4°
Position Angle of axis: 20.5°
Libration: 3.8° towards 278.5° (E!)
Libration: -3.7°/-0.6°
Subsolar point: 176.9°/0.1°
Colongitude: 273.1°
Albedo: 0.12
Solar Az./Alt.: 137.05°/36.24°

Rio Rancho

Rio Rancho, Sandoval, New Mexico.

Haynes Park

[Image.]  This photograph from September 28 shows clear skies at Haynes Park. [14]
[Image.]  Eclipse maximum from Haynes Park.

Occult:

S O L A R     E C L I P S E     P R E D I C T I O N   for 2023 Oct 14 
                    Haynes Park
 East Longitude -106 39.78
       Latitude   35 13.32
       Altitude  1595 m.

         TT-UTC  69.2 secs    Prediction basis: DE440
        UT1-UTC  0.0 secs    ▲T [= TT-UT1]  69.2 secs

Event               UTC       P.A.   alt.      Differential Corrections
                  h  m  s       o      o          A       B       C
First Contact    15 13 11     311     23         0.72   -0.34   -0.07
Baily beads @2nd 16 34 20  
Second Contact   16 34 26.8   311.6       
Maximum Eclipse  16 36 51             36         1.25   -0.73   -0.07
Third Contact    16 39  9.4   140.4       
Baily beads @3rd 16 39 19  
Last Contact     18  9 16     134     45         1.68   -1.28   -0.06
 [2nd and 3rd contacts are based on the lunar limb derived from LRO LOLA]

Magnitude at Maximum Eclipse 0.974
Magnitude (diameter ratio)   0.947

At Maximum Eclipse
Distance from Centre of eclipse    0.000070     147.7   221.9    0.03
             Shadow Radius   L2    0.015206
           Shadow movement    n    0.381555

Planetary elongations
Mercury 4° W    Venus 46° W    Mars 11° E    Jupiter 158° W    Saturn 130° E

Differential Corrections:
Units: for Contact Times - seconds; Distance - 0.000001
A and B - per arc minute, C - per km in altitude

Stellarium:

Sun
Type: star
Magnitude: -24.28 (reduced to -24.06 by 1.70 Airmasses)
Absolute Magnitude: 4.83
Color Index (B-V): 0.66
RA/Dec (J2000.0): 199.16204°/-8.0989°
RA/Dec (on date): 199.47055°/-8.2238°
HA/Dec: 21.73723h/-8.2049° (apparent)
Az./Alt.: 136.8810°/36.0491° (apparent)
Gal. long./lat.: 313.6520°/54.2472°
Supergal. long./lat.: 125.7210°/2.9622°
Ecl. long./lat. (J2000.0): 200.7439°/0.0004°
Ecl. long./lat. (on date): 201.0738°/-0.0010°
Ecliptic obliquity (on date): 23.4386°
Mean Sidereal Time: 11h02m04.4s
Apparent Sidereal Time: 11h02m03.8s
Rise: 7h12m
Transit: 12h53m
Set: 18h33m
Morning twilight (h=-6.0°): 6h46m
Evening twilight (h=-6.0°): 18h58m
Daytime: 11h21m
Parallactic Angle: -34.3436°
IAU Constellation: Vir
Hourly motion: 0.0409° towards 112.1°
Hourly motion: dα=0.0382° dδ=-0.0155°
Distance: 0.997 AU (149.224 M km)
Light time: 0h08m17.8s 
Apparent diameter: 0.53424°
Diameter: 1391400.0 km
Eclipse magnitude: 0.973
Eclipse obscuration: 89.74%
Moon/Sun diameter ratio: 0.946 (annular)
Central eclipse duration: 4m 51s
Center of solar eclipse (Lat./Long.): 35.2161°/-106.6575°
Shadow center point is 0.8 km towards azimuth 142.1°
Width of antumbra: 200.2 km
Lunar Az./Alt.: 136.88°/36.05°

Moon
Type: moon
Magnitude: -2.74 (reduced to -2.52 by 1.70 Airmasses)
Absolute Magnitude: 0.21
Mean Opposition Magnitude: -12.74
RA/Dec (J2000.0): 199.16218°/-8.0992°
RA/Dec (on date): 199.47068°/-8.2240°
HA/Dec: 21.73722h/-8.2051° (apparent)
Az./Alt.: 136.8810°/36.0489° (apparent)
Gal. long./lat.: 313.6521°/54.2470°
Supergal. long./lat.: 125.7213°/2.9623°
Ecl. long./lat. (J2000.0): 200.7441°/0.0002°
Ecl. long./lat. (on date): 201.0740°/-0.0011°
Ecliptic obliquity (on date): 23.4386°
Mean Sidereal Time: 11h02m04.4s
Apparent Sidereal Time: 11h02m03.8s
Rise: 7h05m
Transit: 12h55m
Set: 18h37m
Parallactic Angle: -34.3436°
IAU Constellation: Vir
Hourly motion: 0.3934° towards 130.2°
Hourly motion: dα=0.3023° dδ=-0.2554°
Elongation: 0.0055°
Elong. in Ecl.Long.: E0.0002°
Phase angle: 179.9945°
Illuminated: 0.0%
Distance from Sun: 0.995 AU (148.830 M km)
Distance: 0.002630 AU (393398.264 km)
Light time: 0h00m01.3s 
Orbital velocity: 0.995 km/s
Heliocentric velocity: 28.870 km/s
Sidereal period: 27.32 days (0.075 a)
Synodic period: 29.53 days (0.081 a)
Apparent diameter: 0.50608°
Diameter: 3474.8 km
Sidereal day: 655h43m11.6s
Mean solar day: 708h44m02.9s
Equatorial rotation velocity: 4.624 m/s
Moon age: 29.5 days old (Waning Crescent)
Position angle of bright limb: 328.1°
Position Angle of axis: 20.5°
Libration: 3.8° towards 278.5° (E!)
Libration: -3.7°/-0.6°
Subsolar point: 176.9°/0.1°
Colongitude: 273.1°
Albedo: 0.12
Solar Az./Alt.: 136.88°/36.05°

Chianti Park

[Image.]  Eclipse maximum from Chianti Park.

Occult:

S O L A R     E C L I P S E     P R E D I C T I O N   for 2023 Oct 14 
                    Chianti Park
 East Longitude -106 40.87
       Latitude   35 13.97
       Altitude  1617 m.

         TT-UTC  69.2 secs    Prediction basis: DE440
        UT1-UTC  0.0 secs    ▲T [= TT-UT1]  69.2 secs

Event               UTC       P.A.   alt.      Differential Corrections
                  h  m  s       o      o          A       B       C
First Contact    15 13 10     311     23         0.72   -0.34   -0.07
Baily beads @2nd 16 34 18  
Second Contact   16 34 25.0   311.6       
Maximum Eclipse  16 36 49             36         1.25   -0.73   -0.07
Third Contact    16 39  7.5   140.4       
Baily beads @3rd 16 39 17  
Last Contact     18  9 13     134     45         1.68   -1.28   -0.06
 [2nd and 3rd contacts are based on the lunar limb derived from LRO LOLA]

Magnitude at Maximum Eclipse 0.974
Magnitude (diameter ratio)   0.947

At Maximum Eclipse
Distance from Centre of eclipse    0.000054     147.6   221.9    0.03
             Shadow Radius   L2    0.015207
           Shadow movement    n    0.381618

Planetary elongations
Mercury 4° W    Venus 46° W    Mars 11° E    Jupiter 158° W    Saturn 130° E

Differential Corrections:
Units: for Contact Times - seconds; Distance - 0.000001
A and B - per arc minute, C - per km in altitude

Stellarium:

Sun
Type: star
Magnitude: -24.28 (reduced to -24.06 by 1.70 Airmasses)
Absolute Magnitude: 4.83
Color Index (B-V): 0.66
RA/Dec (J2000.0): 199.16202°/-8.0989°
RA/Dec (on date): 199.47052°/-8.2238°
HA/Dec: 21.73547h/-8.2049° (apparent)
Az./Alt.: 136.8597°/36.0265° (apparent)
Gal. long./lat.: 313.6519°/54.2473°
Supergal. long./lat.: 125.7210°/2.9622°
Ecl. long./lat. (J2000.0): 200.7439°/0.0004°
Ecl. long./lat. (on date): 201.0738°/-0.0010°
Ecliptic obliquity (on date): 23.4386°
Mean Sidereal Time: 11h01m58.0s
Apparent Sidereal Time: 11h01m57.5s
Rise: 7h12m
Transit: 12h53m
Set: 18h33m
Morning twilight (h=-6.0°): 6h46m
Evening twilight (h=-6.0°): 18h59m
Daytime: 11h21m
Parallactic Angle: -34.3539°
IAU Constellation: Vir
Hourly motion: 0.0409° towards 112.1°
Hourly motion: dα=0.0382° dδ=-0.0155°
Distance: 0.997 AU (149.224 M km)
Light time: 0h08m17.8s 
Apparent diameter: 0.53424°
Diameter: 1391400.0 km
Eclipse magnitude: 0.973
Eclipse obscuration: 89.74%
Moon/Sun diameter ratio: 0.946 (annular)
Central eclipse duration: 4m 51s
Center of solar eclipse (Lat./Long.): 35.2289°/-106.6767°
Shadow center point is 0.6 km towards azimuth 137.5°
Width of antumbra: 200.2 km
Lunar Az./Alt.: 136.86°/36.03°

Moon
Type: moon
Magnitude: -2.74 (reduced to -2.52 by 1.70 Airmasses)
Absolute Magnitude: 0.21
Mean Opposition Magnitude: -12.74
RA/Dec (J2000.0): 199.16216°/-8.0991°
RA/Dec (on date): 199.47066°/-8.2240°
HA/Dec: 21.73546h/-8.2051° (apparent)
Az./Alt.: 136.8597°/36.0262° (apparent)
Gal. long./lat.: 313.6521°/54.2470°
Supergal. long./lat.: 125.7212°/2.9623°
Ecl. long./lat. (J2000.0): 200.7441°/0.0003°
Ecl. long./lat. (on date): 201.0740°/-0.0011°
Ecliptic obliquity (on date): 23.4386°
Mean Sidereal Time: 11h01m58.0s
Apparent Sidereal Time: 11h01m57.5s
Rise: 7h05m
Transit: 12h55m
Set: 18h37m
Parallactic Angle: -34.3539°
IAU Constellation: Vir
Hourly motion: 0.3935° towards 130.2°
Hourly motion: dα=0.3024° dδ=-0.2554°
Elongation: 0.0055°
Elong. in Ecl.Long.: E0.0002°
Phase angle: 179.9945°
Illuminated: 0.0%
Distance from Sun: 0.995 AU (148.830 M km)
Distance: 0.002630 AU (393400.342 km)
Light time: 0h00m01.3s 
Orbital velocity: 0.995 km/s
Heliocentric velocity: 28.870 km/s
Sidereal period: 27.32 days (0.075 a)
Synodic period: 29.53 days (0.081 a)
Apparent diameter: 0.50608°
Diameter: 3474.8 km
Sidereal day: 655h43m11.6s
Mean solar day: 708h44m02.9s
Equatorial rotation velocity: 4.624 m/s
Moon age: 29.5 days old (Waning Crescent)
Position angle of bright limb: 325.9°
Position Angle of axis: 20.5°
Libration: 3.8° towards 278.5° (E!)
Libration: -3.7°/-0.6°
Subsolar point: 176.9°/0.1°
Colongitude: 273.1°
Albedo: 0.12
Solar Az./Alt.: 136.86°/36.03°

Cabezon Park

[Image.]  Eclipse maximum from Cabezon Park.

Occult:

S O L A R     E C L I P S E     P R E D I C T I O N   for 2023 Oct 14 
                    Cabezon Park
 East Longitude -106 41.36
       Latitude   35 13.90
       Altitude  1618 m.

         TT-UTC  69.2 secs    Prediction basis: DE440
        UT1-UTC  0.0 secs    ▲T [= TT-UT1]  69.2 secs

Event               UTC       P.A.   alt.      Differential Corrections
                  h  m  s       o      o          A       B       C
First Contact    15 13 10     311     23         0.72   -0.34   -0.07
Baily beads @2nd 16 34 18  
Second Contact   16 34 24.4   311.6       
Maximum Eclipse  16 36 48             36         1.25   -0.73   -0.07
Third Contact    16 39  7.1   140.4       
Baily beads @3rd 16 39 17  
Last Contact     18  9 12     134     45         1.68   -1.28   -0.06
 [2nd and 3rd contacts are based on the lunar limb derived from LRO LOLA]

Magnitude at Maximum Eclipse 0.974
Magnitude (diameter ratio)   0.947

At Maximum Eclipse
Distance from Centre of eclipse   -0.000034     147.6   221.9    0.03
             Shadow Radius   L2    0.015207
           Shadow movement    n    0.381636

Planetary elongations
Mercury 4° W    Venus 46° W    Mars 11° E    Jupiter 158° W    Saturn 130° E

Differential Corrections:
Units: for Contact Times - seconds; Distance - 0.000001
A and B - per arc minute, C - per km in altitude

Stellarium:

Sun
Type: star
Magnitude: -24.28 (reduced to -24.06 by 1.70 Airmasses)
Absolute Magnitude: 4.83
Color Index (B-V): 0.66
RA/Dec (J2000.0): 199.16201°/-8.0989°
RA/Dec (on date): 199.47051°/-8.2238°
HA/Dec: 21.73465h/-8.2049° (apparent)
Az./Alt.: 136.8466°/36.0205° (apparent)
Gal. long./lat.: 313.6519°/54.2473°
Supergal. long./lat.: 125.7210°/2.9622°
Ecl. long./lat. (J2000.0): 200.7439°/0.0004°
Ecl. long./lat. (on date): 201.0738°/-0.0010°
Ecliptic obliquity (on date): 23.4386°
Mean Sidereal Time: 11h01m55.0s
Apparent Sidereal Time: 11h01m54.5s
Rise: 7h12m
Transit: 12h53m
Set: 18h33m
Morning twilight (h=-6.0°): 6h46m
Evening twilight (h=-6.0°): 18h59m
Daytime: 11h21m
Parallactic Angle: -34.3640°
IAU Constellation: Vir
Hourly motion: 0.0409° towards 112.1°
Hourly motion: dα=0.0382° dδ=-0.0155°
Distance: 0.997 AU (149.224 M km)
Light time: 0h08m17.8s 
Apparent diameter: 0.53424°
Diameter: 1391400.0 km
Eclipse magnitude: 0.973
Eclipse obscuration: 89.73%
Moon/Sun diameter ratio: 0.946 (annular)
Central eclipse duration: 4m 51s
Center of solar eclipse (Lat./Long.): 35.2354°/-106.6864°
Shadow center point is 0.5 km towards azimuth 34.3°
Width of antumbra: 200.2 km
Lunar Az./Alt.: 136.85°/36.02°

Moon
Type: moon
Magnitude: -2.74 (reduced to -2.52 by 1.70 Airmasses)
Absolute Magnitude: 0.21
Mean Opposition Magnitude: -12.74
RA/Dec (J2000.0): 199.16217°/-8.0990°
RA/Dec (on date): 199.47068°/-8.2239°
HA/Dec: 21.73464h/-8.2050° (apparent)
Az./Alt.: 136.8465°/36.0203° (apparent)
Gal. long./lat.: 313.6522°/54.2471°
Supergal. long./lat.: 125.7211°/2.9623°
Ecl. long./lat. (J2000.0): 200.7441°/0.0003°
Ecl. long./lat. (on date): 201.0740°/-0.0010°
Ecliptic obliquity (on date): 23.4386°
Mean Sidereal Time: 11h01m55.0s
Apparent Sidereal Time: 11h01m54.5s
Rise: 7h05m
Transit: 12h55m
Set: 18h37m
Parallactic Angle: -34.3641°
IAU Constellation: Vir
Hourly motion: 0.3935° towards 130.2°
Hourly motion: dα=0.3024° dδ=-0.2554°
Elongation: 0.0055°
Elong. in Ecl.Long.: E0.0002°
Phase angle: 179.9945°
Illuminated: 0.0%
Distance from Sun: 0.995 AU (148.830 M km)
Distance: 0.002630 AU (393400.908 km)
Light time: 0h00m01.3s 
Orbital velocity: 0.995 km/s
Heliocentric velocity: 28.870 km/s
Sidereal period: 27.32 days (0.075 a)
Synodic period: 29.53 days (0.081 a)
Apparent diameter: 0.50607°
Diameter: 3474.8 km
Sidereal day: 655h43m11.6s
Mean solar day: 708h44m02.9s
Equatorial rotation velocity: 4.624 m/s
Moon age: 29.5 days old (Waning Crescent)
Position angle of bright limb: 304.6°
Position Angle of axis: 20.5°
Libration: 3.8° towards 278.5° (E!)
Libration: -3.7°/-0.6°
Subsolar point: 176.9°/0.1°
Colongitude: 273.1°
Albedo: 0.12
Solar Az./Alt.: 136.85°/36.02°

Western Winds Park

[Image.]  Eclipse maximum from Western Winds Park.

Occult:

S O L A R     E C L I P S E     P R E D I C T I O N   for 2023 Oct 14 
                    Western Winds Park
 East Longitude -106 41.45
       Latitude   35 14.71
       Altitude  1650 m.

         TT-UTC  69.2 secs    Prediction basis: DE440
        UT1-UTC  0.0 secs    ▲T [= TT-UT1]  69.2 secs

Event               UTC       P.A.   alt.      Differential Corrections
                  h  m  s       o      o          A       B       C
First Contact    15 13  9     311     23         0.72   -0.34   -0.07
Baily beads @2nd 16 34 17  
Second Contact   16 34 23.7   311.6       
Maximum Eclipse  16 36 48             36         1.25   -0.73   -0.07
Third Contact    16 39  6.1   140.4       
Baily beads @3rd 16 39 16  
Last Contact     18  9 11     134     45         1.68   -1.28   -0.06
 [2nd and 3rd contacts are based on the lunar limb derived from LRO LOLA]

Magnitude at Maximum Eclipse 0.973
Magnitude (diameter ratio)   0.947

At Maximum Eclipse
Distance from Centre of eclipse    0.000133     147.5   221.9    0.03
             Shadow Radius   L2    0.015208
           Shadow movement    n    0.381664

Planetary elongations
Mercury 4° W    Venus 46° W    Mars 11° E    Jupiter 158° W    Saturn 130° E

Differential Corrections:
Units: for Contact Times - seconds; Distance - 0.000001
A and B - per arc minute, C - per km in altitude

Stellarium:

Sun
Type: star
Magnitude: -24.28 (reduced to -24.06 by 1.70 Airmasses)
Absolute Magnitude: 4.83
Color Index (B-V): 0.66
RA/Dec (J2000.0): 199.16201°/-8.0989°
RA/Dec (on date): 199.47051°/-8.2238°
HA/Dec: 21.73455h/-8.2049° (apparent)
Az./Alt.: 136.8518°/36.0097° (apparent)
Gal. long./lat.: 313.6519°/54.2473°
Supergal. long./lat.: 125.7210°/2.9622°
Ecl. long./lat. (J2000.0): 200.7439°/0.0004°
Ecl. long./lat. (on date): 201.0738°/-0.0010°
Ecliptic obliquity (on date): 23.4386°
Mean Sidereal Time: 11h01m54.7s
Apparent Sidereal Time: 11h01m54.1s
Rise: 7h12m
Transit: 12h53m
Set: 18h33m
Morning twilight (h=-6.0°): 6h46m
Evening twilight (h=-6.0°): 18h59m
Daytime: 11h21m
Parallactic Angle: -34.3536°
IAU Constellation: Vir
Hourly motion: 0.0409° towards 112.1°
Hourly motion: dα=0.0382° dδ=-0.0155°
Distance: 0.997 AU (149.224 M km)
Light time: 0h08m17.8s 
Apparent diameter: 0.53424°
Diameter: 1391400.0 km
Eclipse magnitude: 0.973
Eclipse obscuration: 89.73%
Moon/Sun diameter ratio: 0.946 (annular)
Central eclipse duration: 4m 51s
Center of solar eclipse (Lat./Long.): 35.2354°/-106.6864°
Shadow center point is 1.2 km towards azimuth 159.3°
Width of antumbra: 200.2 km
Lunar Az./Alt.: 136.85°/36.01°

Moon
Type: moon
Magnitude: -2.74 (reduced to -2.52 by 1.70 Airmasses)
Absolute Magnitude: 0.21
Mean Opposition Magnitude: -12.74
RA/Dec (J2000.0): 199.16212°/-8.0992°
RA/Dec (on date): 199.47062°/-8.2241°
HA/Dec: 21.73454h/-8.2051° (apparent)
Az./Alt.: 136.8519°/36.0094° (apparent)
Gal. long./lat.: 313.6520°/54.2470°
Supergal. long./lat.: 125.7213°/2.9622°
Ecl. long./lat. (J2000.0): 200.7441°/0.0002°
Ecl. long./lat. (on date): 201.0740°/-0.0012°
Ecliptic obliquity (on date): 23.4386°
Mean Sidereal Time: 11h01m54.7s
Apparent Sidereal Time: 11h01m54.1s
Rise: 7h05m
Transit: 12h55m
Set: 18h37m
Parallactic Angle: -34.3536°
IAU Constellation: Vir
Hourly motion: 0.3935° towards 130.2°
Hourly motion: dα=0.3025° dδ=-0.2554°
Elongation: 0.0055°
Elong. in Ecl.Long.: E0.0002°
Phase angle: 179.9945°
Illuminated: 0.0%
Distance from Sun: 0.995 AU (148.830 M km)
Distance: 0.002630 AU (393401.858 km)
Light time: 0h00m01.3s 
Orbital velocity: 0.995 km/s
Heliocentric velocity: 28.870 km/s
Sidereal period: 27.32 days (0.075 a)
Synodic period: 29.53 days (0.081 a)
Apparent diameter: 0.50607°
Diameter: 3474.8 km
Sidereal day: 655h43m11.6s
Mean solar day: 708h44m02.9s
Equatorial rotation velocity: 4.624 m/s
Moon age: 29.5 days old (Waning Crescent)
Position angle of bright limb: 338.5°
Position Angle of axis: 20.5°
Libration: 3.8° towards 278.5° (E!)
Libration: -3.7°/-0.6°
Subsolar point: 176.9°/0.1°
Colongitude: 273.1°
Albedo: 0.12
Solar Az./Alt.: 136.85°/36.01°

Star Heights Park

[Image.]  Eclipse maximum from Star Heights Park.

Occult:

S O L A R     E C L I P S E     P R E D I C T I O N   for 2023 Oct 14 
                    Star Heights Park
 East Longitude -106 42.18
       Latitude   35 14.81
       Altitude  1670 m.

         TT-UTC  69.2 secs    Prediction basis: DE440
        UT1-UTC  0.0 secs    ▲T [= TT-UT1]  69.2 secs

Event               UTC       P.A.   alt.      Differential Corrections
                  h  m  s       o      o          A       B       C
First Contact    15 13  9     311     23         0.72   -0.34   -0.07
Baily beads @2nd 16 34 16  
Second Contact   16 34 22.7   311.6       
Maximum Eclipse  16 36 47             36         1.25   -0.73   -0.07
Third Contact    16 39  5.2   140.4       
Baily beads @3rd 16 39 15  
Last Contact     18  9 10     134     45         1.68   -1.28   -0.06
 [2nd and 3rd contacts are based on the lunar limb derived from LRO LOLA]

Magnitude at Maximum Eclipse 0.974
Magnitude (diameter ratio)   0.947

At Maximum Eclipse
Distance from Centre of eclipse    0.000048     147.5   222.0    0.03
             Shadow Radius   L2    0.015209
           Shadow movement    n    0.381696

Planetary elongations
Mercury 4° W    Venus 46° W    Mars 11° E    Jupiter 158° W    Saturn 130° E

Differential Corrections:
Units: for Contact Times - seconds; Distance - 0.000001
A and B - per arc minute, C - per km in altitude

Stellarium:

Sun
Type: star
Magnitude: -24.28 (reduced to -24.06 by 1.70 Airmasses)
Absolute Magnitude: 4.83
Color Index (B-V): 0.66
RA/Dec (J2000.0): 199.16200°/-8.0989°
RA/Dec (on date): 199.47050°/-8.2238°
HA/Dec: 21.73346h/-8.2049° (apparent)
Az./Alt.: 136.8361°/35.9995° (apparent)
Gal. long./lat.: 313.6519°/54.2473°
Supergal. long./lat.: 125.7210°/2.9622°
Ecl. long./lat. (J2000.0): 200.7439°/0.0004°
Ecl. long./lat. (on date): 201.0738°/-0.0010°
Ecliptic obliquity (on date): 23.4386°
Mean Sidereal Time: 11h01m50.8s
Apparent Sidereal Time: 11h01m50.2s
Rise: 7h12m
Transit: 12h53m
Set: 18h33m
Morning twilight (h=-6.0°): 6h46m
Evening twilight (h=-6.0°): 18h59m
Daytime: 11h21m
Parallactic Angle: -34.3643°
IAU Constellation: Vir
Hourly motion: 0.0409° towards 112.1°
Hourly motion: dα=0.0382° dδ=-0.0155°
Distance: 0.997 AU (149.224 M km)
Light time: 0h08m17.8s 
Apparent diameter: 0.53424°
Diameter: 1391400.0 km
Eclipse magnitude: 0.973
Eclipse obscuration: 89.73%
Moon/Sun diameter ratio: 0.946 (annular)
Central eclipse duration: 4m 51s
Center of solar eclipse (Lat./Long.): 35.2418°/-106.6960°
Shadow center point is 0.9 km towards azimuth 131.1°
Width of antumbra: 200.2 km
Lunar Az./Alt.: 136.84°/36.00°

Moon
Type: moon
Magnitude: -2.74 (reduced to -2.52 by 1.70 Airmasses)
Absolute Magnitude: 0.21
Mean Opposition Magnitude: -12.74
RA/Dec (J2000.0): 199.16216°/-8.0991°
RA/Dec (on date): 199.47067°/-8.2240°
HA/Dec: 21.73345h/-8.2051° (apparent)
Az./Alt.: 136.8361°/35.9992° (apparent)
Gal. long./lat.: 313.6521°/54.2470°
Supergal. long./lat.: 125.7212°/2.9623°
Ecl. long./lat. (J2000.0): 200.7441°/0.0003°
Ecl. long./lat. (on date): 201.0740°/-0.0011°
Ecliptic obliquity (on date): 23.4386°
Mean Sidereal Time: 11h01m50.8s
Apparent Sidereal Time: 11h01m50.2s
Rise: 7h05m
Transit: 12h55m
Set: 18h37m
Parallactic Angle: -34.3644°
IAU Constellation: Vir
Hourly motion: 0.3935° towards 130.2°
Hourly motion: dα=0.3025° dδ=-0.2554°
Elongation: 0.0055°
Elong. in Ecl.Long.: E0.0002°
Phase angle: 179.9945°
Illuminated: 0.0%
Distance from Sun: 0.995 AU (148.830 M km)
Distance: 0.002630 AU (393402.792 km)
Light time: 0h00m01.3s 
Orbital velocity: 0.995 km/s
Heliocentric velocity: 28.870 km/s
Sidereal period: 27.32 days (0.075 a)
Synodic period: 29.53 days (0.081 a)
Apparent diameter: 0.50607°
Diameter: 3474.8 km
Sidereal day: 655h43m11.6s
Mean solar day: 708h44m02.9s
Equatorial rotation velocity: 4.624 m/s
Moon age: 29.5 days old (Waning Crescent)
Position angle of bright limb: 323.0°
Position Angle of axis: 20.5°
Libration: 3.8° towards 278.5° (E!)
Libration: -3.7°/-0.6°
Subsolar point: 176.9°/0.1°
Colongitude: 273.1°
Albedo: 0.12
Solar Az./Alt.: 136.84°/36.00°

Sugar Park

[Image.]  Eclipse maximum from Sugar Park.

Occult:

S O L A R     E C L I P S E     P R E D I C T I O N   for 2023 Oct 14 
                    Sugar Park
 East Longitude -106 42.55
       Latitude   35 15.14
       Altitude  1699 m.

         TT-UTC  69.2 secs    Prediction basis: DE440
        UT1-UTC  0.0 secs    ▲T [= TT-UT1]  69.2 secs

Event               UTC       P.A.   alt.      Differential Corrections
                  h  m  s       o      o          A       B       C
First Contact    15 13  8     311     23         0.72   -0.34   -0.07
Baily beads @2nd 16 34 15  
Second Contact   16 34 22.0   311.6       
Maximum Eclipse  16 36 46             36         1.25   -0.73   -0.07
Third Contact    16 39  4.5   140.4       
Baily beads @3rd 16 39 14  
Last Contact     18  9  9     134     45         1.68   -1.28   -0.06
 [2nd and 3rd contacts are based on the lunar limb derived from LRO LOLA]

Magnitude at Maximum Eclipse 0.974
Magnitude (diameter ratio)   0.947

At Maximum Eclipse
Distance from Centre of eclipse    0.000067     147.5   222.0    0.03
             Shadow Radius   L2    0.015210
           Shadow movement    n    0.381720

Planetary elongations
Mercury 4° W    Venus 46° W    Mars 11° E    Jupiter 158° W    Saturn 130° E

Differential Corrections:
Units: for Contact Times - seconds; Distance - 0.000001
A and B - per arc minute, C - per km in altitude

Stellarium:

Sun
Type: star
Magnitude: -24.28 (reduced to -24.06 by 1.70 Airmasses)
Absolute Magnitude: 4.83
Color Index (B-V): 0.66
RA/Dec (J2000.0): 199.16199°/-8.0989°
RA/Dec (on date): 199.47049°/-8.2238°
HA/Dec: 21.73278h/-8.2049° (apparent)
Az./Alt.: 136.8285°/35.9898° (apparent)
Gal. long./lat.: 313.6519°/54.2473°
Supergal. long./lat.: 125.7210°/2.9622°
Ecl. long./lat. (J2000.0): 200.7438°/0.0004°
Ecl. long./lat. (on date): 201.0738°/-0.0010°
Ecliptic obliquity (on date): 23.4386°
Mean Sidereal Time: 11h01m48.3s
Apparent Sidereal Time: 11h01m47.8s
Rise: 7h12m
Transit: 12h53m
Set: 18h33m
Morning twilight (h=-6.0°): 6h46m
Evening twilight (h=-6.0°): 18h59m
Daytime: 11h21m
Parallactic Angle: -34.3672°
IAU Constellation: Vir
Hourly motion: 0.0409° towards 112.1°
Hourly motion: dα=0.0382° dδ=-0.0155°
Distance: 0.997 AU (149.224 M km)
Light time: 0h08m17.8s 
Apparent diameter: 0.53424°
Diameter: 1391400.0 km
Eclipse magnitude: 0.973
Eclipse obscuration: 89.73%
Moon/Sun diameter ratio: 0.946 (annular)
Central eclipse duration: 4m 51s
Center of solar eclipse (Lat./Long.): 35.2483°/-106.7057°
Shadow center point is 0.6 km towards azimuth 145.2°
Width of antumbra: 200.2 km
Lunar Az./Alt.: 136.83°/35.99°

Moon
Type: moon
Magnitude: -2.74 (reduced to -2.52 by 1.70 Airmasses)
Absolute Magnitude: 0.21
Mean Opposition Magnitude: -12.74
RA/Dec (J2000.0): 199.16212°/-8.0991°
RA/Dec (on date): 199.47062°/-8.2240°
HA/Dec: 21.73277h/-8.2051° (apparent)
Az./Alt.: 136.8285°/35.9895° (apparent)
Gal. long./lat.: 313.6520°/54.2470°
Supergal. long./lat.: 125.7212°/2.9622°
Ecl. long./lat. (J2000.0): 200.7440°/0.0002°
Ecl. long./lat. (on date): 201.0740°/-0.0011°
Ecliptic obliquity (on date): 23.4386°
Mean Sidereal Time: 11h01m48.3s
Apparent Sidereal Time: 11h01m47.8s
Rise: 7h05m
Transit: 12h55m
Set: 18h37m
Parallactic Angle: -34.3672°
IAU Constellation: Vir
Hourly motion: 0.3935° towards 130.2°
Hourly motion: dα=0.3025° dδ=-0.2554°
Elongation: 0.0055°
Elong. in Ecl.Long.: E0.0002°
Phase angle: 179.9945°
Illuminated: 0.0%
Distance from Sun: 0.995 AU (148.830 M km)
Distance: 0.002630 AU (393403.674 km)
Light time: 0h00m01.3s 
Orbital velocity: 0.995 km/s
Heliocentric velocity: 28.870 km/s
Sidereal period: 27.32 days (0.075 a)
Synodic period: 29.53 days (0.081 a)
Apparent diameter: 0.50607°
Diameter: 3474.8 km
Sidereal day: 655h43m11.6s
Mean solar day: 708h44m02.9s
Equatorial rotation velocity: 4.624 m/s
Moon age: 29.5 days old (Waning Crescent)
Position angle of bright limb: 328.4°
Position Angle of axis: 20.5°
Libration: 3.8° towards 278.5° (E!)
Libration: -3.7°/-0.6°
Subsolar point: 176.9°/0.1°
Colongitude: 273.1°
Albedo: 0.12
Solar Az./Alt.: 136.83°/35.99°

Nageezi

Nageezi, San Juan, New Mexico.

Chaco Culture National Historical Park

[Image.]  Eclipse maximum from Chaco Culture National Historical Park.

Occult:

S O L A R     E C L I P S E     P R E D I C T I O N   for 2023 Oct 14 
                    Chaco Culture National Historical Park
 East Longitude -107 54.31
       Latitude   36  1.83
       Altitude  1889 m.

         TT-UTC  69.2 secs    Prediction basis: DE440
        UT1-UTC  0.0 secs    ▲T [= TT-UT1]  69.2 secs

Event               UTC       P.A.   alt.      Differential Corrections
                  h  m  s       o      o          A       B       C
First Contact    15 12  3     310     21         0.68   -0.28   -0.07
Baily beads @2nd 16 32 17  
Second Contact   16 32 22.9   311.6       
Maximum Eclipse  16 34 46             35         1.20   -0.65   -0.07
Third Contact    16 37  4.4   140.4       
Baily beads @3rd 16 37 14  
Last Contact     18  6 13     134     44         1.64   -1.19   -0.06
 [2nd and 3rd contacts are based on the lunar limb derived from LRO LOLA]

Magnitude at Maximum Eclipse 0.973
Magnitude (diameter ratio)   0.947

At Maximum Eclipse
Distance from Centre of eclipse    0.000048     142.9   224.9    0.03
             Shadow Radius   L2    0.015312
           Shadow movement    n    0.386018

Planetary elongations
Mercury 4° W    Venus 46° W    Mars 11° E    Jupiter 158° W    Saturn 130° E

Differential Corrections:
Units: for Contact Times - seconds; Distance - 0.000001
A and B - per arc minute, C - per km in altitude

Stellarium:

Sun
Type: star
Magnitude: -24.28 (reduced to -24.05 by 1.77 Airmasses)
Absolute Magnitude: 4.83
Color Index (B-V): 0.66
RA/Dec (J2000.0): 199.16074°/-8.0984°
RA/Dec (on date): 199.46924°/-8.2233°
HA/Dec: 21.61978h/-8.2031° (apparent)
Az./Alt.: 135.5182°/34.4759° (apparent)
Gal. long./lat.: 313.6499°/54.2480°
Supergal. long./lat.: 125.7202°/2.9611°
Ecl. long./lat. (J2000.0): 200.7425°/0.0004°
Ecl. long./lat. (on date): 201.0724°/-0.0010°
Ecliptic obliquity (on date): 23.4386°
Mean Sidereal Time: 10h55m00.9s
Apparent Sidereal Time: 10h55m00.4s
Rise: 7h17m
Transit: 12h58m
Set: 18h37m
Morning twilight (h=-6.0°): 6h52m
Evening twilight (h=-6.0°): 19h03m
Daytime: 11h20m
Parallactic Angle: -34.9249°
IAU Constellation: Vir
Hourly motion: 0.0409° towards 112.1°
Hourly motion: dα=0.0382° dδ=-0.0155°
Distance: 0.998 AU (149.224 M km)
Light time: 0h08m17.8s 
Apparent diameter: 0.53424°
Diameter: 1391400.0 km
Eclipse magnitude: 0.973
Eclipse obscuration: 89.67%
Moon/Sun diameter ratio: 0.946 (annular)
Central eclipse duration: 4m 50s
Center of solar eclipse (Lat./Long.): 36.0315°/-107.9068°
Shadow center point is 0.2 km towards azimuth 307.2°
Width of antumbra: 201.7 km
Lunar Az./Alt.: 135.52°/34.48°

Moon
Type: moon
Magnitude: -2.74 (reduced to -2.51 by 1.77 Airmasses)
Absolute Magnitude: 0.21
Mean Opposition Magnitude: -12.74
RA/Dec (J2000.0): 199.16086°/-8.0986°
RA/Dec (on date): 199.46936°/-8.2235°
HA/Dec: 21.61977h/-8.2033° (apparent)
Az./Alt.: 135.5182°/34.4757° (apparent)
Gal. long./lat.: 313.6501°/54.2478°
Supergal. long./lat.: 125.7204°/2.9612°
Ecl. long./lat. (J2000.0): 200.7427°/0.0003°
Ecl. long./lat. (on date): 201.0726°/-0.0011°
Ecliptic obliquity (on date): 23.4386°
Mean Sidereal Time: 10h55m00.9s
Apparent Sidereal Time: 10h55m00.4s
Rise: 7h11m
Transit: 13h00m
Set: 18h41m
Parallactic Angle: -34.9249°
IAU Constellation: Vir
Hourly motion: 0.3975° towards 129.8°
Hourly motion: dα=0.3074° dδ=-0.2558°
Elongation: 0.0055°
Elong. in Ecl.Long.: E0.0002°
Phase angle: 179.9945°
Illuminated: 0.0%
Distance from Sun: 0.995 AU (148.830 M km)
Distance: 0.002631 AU (393544.264 km)
Light time: 0h00m01.3s 
Orbital velocity: 0.995 km/s
Heliocentric velocity: 28.870 km/s
Sidereal period: 27.32 days (0.075 a)
Synodic period: 29.53 days (0.081 a)
Apparent diameter: 0.50589°
Diameter: 3474.8 km
Sidereal day: 655h43m11.6s
Mean solar day: 708h44m02.9s
Equatorial rotation velocity: 4.624 m/s
Moon age: 29.5 days old (Waning Crescent)
Position angle of bright limb: 326.2°
Position Angle of axis: 20.5°
Libration: 3.8° towards 278.6° (E!)
Libration: -3.7°/-0.6°
Subsolar point: 176.9°/0.1°
Colongitude: 273.1°
Albedo: 0.12
Solar Az./Alt.: 135.52°/34.48°

Chaco Observatory

[Image.]  Eclipse maximum from Chaco Observatory.

Occult:

S O L A R     E C L I P S E     P R E D I C T I O N   for 2023 Oct 14 
                    Chaco Observatory
 East Longitude -107 54.59
       Latitude   36  1.85
       Altitude  1889 m.

         TT-UTC  69.2 secs    Prediction basis: DE440
        UT1-UTC  0.0 secs    ▲T [= TT-UT1]  69.2 secs

Event               UTC       P.A.   alt.      Differential Corrections
                  h  m  s       o      o          A       B       C
First Contact    15 12  3     310     21         0.68   -0.28   -0.07
Baily beads @2nd 16 32 16  
Second Contact   16 32 22.6   311.6       
Maximum Eclipse  16 34 46             35         1.20   -0.65   -0.07
Third Contact    16 37  4.1   140.4       
Baily beads @3rd 16 37 14  
Last Contact     18  6 12     134     44         1.64   -1.19   -0.06
 [2nd and 3rd contacts are based on the lunar limb derived from LRO LOLA]

Magnitude at Maximum Eclipse 0.973
Magnitude (diameter ratio)   0.947

At Maximum Eclipse
Distance from Centre of eclipse    0.000012     142.9   224.9    0.03
             Shadow Radius   L2    0.015313
           Shadow movement    n    0.386030

Planetary elongations
Mercury 4° W    Venus 46° W    Mars 11° E    Jupiter 158° W    Saturn 130° E

Differential Corrections:
Units: for Contact Times - seconds; Distance - 0.000001
A and B - per arc minute, C - per km in altitude

Stellarium:

Sun
Type: star
Magnitude: -24.28 (reduced to -24.05 by 1.77 Airmasses)
Absolute Magnitude: 4.83
Color Index (B-V): 0.66
RA/Dec (J2000.0): 199.16074°/-8.0984°
RA/Dec (on date): 199.46924°/-8.2233°
HA/Dec: 21.61946h/-8.2031° (apparent)
Az./Alt.: 135.5137°/34.4730° (apparent)
Gal. long./lat.: 313.6499°/54.2480°
Supergal. long./lat.: 125.7202°/2.9611°
Ecl. long./lat. (J2000.0): 200.7425°/0.0004°
Ecl. long./lat. (on date): 201.0724°/-0.0010°
Ecliptic obliquity (on date): 23.4386°
Mean Sidereal Time: 10h54m59.8s
Apparent Sidereal Time: 10h54m59.3s
Rise: 7h17m
Transit: 12h58m
Set: 18h37m
Morning twilight (h=-6.0°): 6h52m
Evening twilight (h=-6.0°): 19h03m
Daytime: 11h20m
Parallactic Angle: -34.9279°
IAU Constellation: Vir
Hourly motion: 0.0409° towards 112.1°
Hourly motion: dα=0.0382° dδ=-0.0155°
Distance: 0.998 AU (149.224 M km)
Light time: 0h08m17.8s 
Apparent diameter: 0.53424°
Diameter: 1391400.0 km
Eclipse magnitude: 0.973
Eclipse obscuration: 89.67%
Moon/Sun diameter ratio: 0.946 (annular)
Central eclipse duration: 4m 50s
Center of solar eclipse (Lat./Long.): 36.0315°/-107.9068°
Shadow center point is 0.3 km towards azimuth 75.0°
Width of antumbra: 201.7 km
Lunar Az./Alt.: 135.51°/34.47°

Moon
Type: moon
Magnitude: -2.74 (reduced to -2.51 by 1.77 Airmasses)
Absolute Magnitude: 0.21
Mean Opposition Magnitude: -12.74
RA/Dec (J2000.0): 199.16090°/-8.0986°
RA/Dec (on date): 199.46941°/-8.2235°
HA/Dec: 21.61945h/-8.2033° (apparent)
Az./Alt.: 135.5137°/34.4728° (apparent)
Gal. long./lat.: 313.6502°/54.2478°
Supergal. long./lat.: 125.7204°/2.9612°
Ecl. long./lat. (J2000.0): 200.7427°/0.0003°
Ecl. long./lat. (on date): 201.0727°/-0.0011°
Ecliptic obliquity (on date): 23.4386°
Mean Sidereal Time: 10h54m59.8s
Apparent Sidereal Time: 10h54m59.3s
Rise: 7h11m
Transit: 13h00m
Set: 18h41m
Parallactic Angle: -34.9280°
IAU Constellation: Vir
Hourly motion: 0.3975° towards 129.8°
Hourly motion: dα=0.3075° dδ=-0.2558°
Elongation: 0.0055°
Elong. in Ecl.Long.: E0.0002°
Phase angle: 179.9945°
Illuminated: 0.0%
Distance from Sun: 0.995 AU (148.830 M km)
Distance: 0.002631 AU (393544.532 km)
Light time: 0h00m01.3s 
Orbital velocity: 0.995 km/s
Heliocentric velocity: 28.870 km/s
Sidereal period: 27.32 days (0.075 a)
Synodic period: 29.53 days (0.081 a)
Apparent diameter: 0.50589°
Diameter: 3474.8 km
Sidereal day: 655h43m11.6s
Mean solar day: 708h44m02.9s
Equatorial rotation velocity: 4.624 m/s
Moon age: 29.5 days old (Waning Crescent)
Position angle of bright limb: 316.4°
Position Angle of axis: 20.5°
Libration: 3.8° towards 278.6° (E!)
Libration: -3.7°/-0.6°
Subsolar point: 176.9°/0.1°
Colongitude: 273.1°
Albedo: 0.12
Solar Az./Alt.: 135.51°/34.47°

Utah

Utah, USA.

Richfield

Richfield, Sevier, Utah.

Oak Creek Campground

[Image.]  Eclipse maximum from Oak Creek Campground.

Occult:

S O L A R     E C L I P S E     P R E D I C T I O N   for 2023 Oct 14 
                    Oak Creek Campground
 East Longitude -111 20.50
       Latitude   38  5.39
       Altitude  2703 m.

         TT-UTC  69.2 secs    Prediction basis: DE440
        UT1-UTC  0.0 secs    ▲T [= TT-UT1]  69.2 secs

Event               UTC       P.A.   alt.      Differential Corrections
                  h  m  s       o      o          A       B       C
First Contact    15  9 28     309     17         0.57   -0.11   -0.07
Baily beads @2nd 16 27 18  
Second Contact   16 27 24.2   311.6       
Maximum Eclipse  16 29 46             30         1.07   -0.44   -0.07
Third Contact    16 32  2.7   140.4       
Baily beads @3rd 16 32 12  
Last Contact     17 58 36     132     41         1.53   -0.95   -0.06
 [2nd and 3rd contacts are based on the lunar limb derived from LRO LOLA]

Magnitude at Maximum Eclipse 0.973
Magnitude (diameter ratio)   0.946

At Maximum Eclipse
Distance from Centre of eclipse    0.000098     130.3   232.7    0.03
             Shadow Radius   L2    0.015601
           Shadow movement    n    0.398195

Planetary elongations
Mercury 4° W    Venus 46° W    Mars 11° E    Jupiter 158° W    Saturn 130° E

Differential Corrections:
Units: for Contact Times - seconds; Distance - 0.000001
A and B - per arc minute, C - per km in altitude

Stellarium:

Sun
Type: star
Magnitude: -24.30 (reduced to -24.05 by 1.98 Airmasses)
Absolute Magnitude: 4.83
Color Index (B-V): 0.66
RA/Dec (J2000.0): 199.15761°/-8.0972°
RA/Dec (on date): 199.46611°/-8.2221°
HA/Dec: 21.30752h/-8.1988° (apparent)
Az./Alt.: 131.9931°/30.3564° (apparent)
Gal. long./lat.: 313.6451°/54.2497°
Supergal. long./lat.: 125.7181°/2.9585°
Ecl. long./lat. (J2000.0): 200.7392°/0.0004°
Ecl. long./lat. (on date): 201.0691°/-0.0010°
Ecliptic obliquity (on date): 23.4386°
Mean Sidereal Time: 10h36m15.3s
Apparent Sidereal Time: 10h36m14.8s
Rise: 7h33m
Transit: 13h11m
Set: 18h49m
Morning twilight (h=-6.0°): 7h06m
Evening twilight (h=-6.0°): 19h16m
Daytime: 11h16m
Parallactic Angle: -36.2274°
IAU Constellation: Vir
Hourly motion: 0.0409° towards 112.1°
Hourly motion: dα=0.0383° dδ=-0.0155°
Distance: 0.998 AU (149.225 M km)
Light time: 0h08m17.8s 
Apparent diameter: 0.53423°
Diameter: 1391400.0 km
Eclipse magnitude: 0.972
Eclipse obscuration: 89.49%
Moon/Sun diameter ratio: 0.945 (annular)
Central eclipse duration: 4m 46s
Center of solar eclipse (Lat./Long.): 38.0934°/-111.3518°
Shadow center point is 1.0 km towards azimuth 294.9°
Width of antumbra: 205.8 km
Lunar Az./Alt.: 131.99°/30.36°

Moon
Type: moon
Magnitude: -2.74 (reduced to -2.49 by 1.98 Airmasses)
Absolute Magnitude: 0.21
Mean Opposition Magnitude: -12.74
RA/Dec (J2000.0): 199.15774°/-8.0974°
RA/Dec (on date): 199.46624°/-8.2223°
HA/Dec: 21.30751h/-8.1990° (apparent)
Az./Alt.: 131.9932°/30.3561° (apparent)
Gal. long./lat.: 313.6452°/54.2494°
Supergal. long./lat.: 125.7184°/2.9585°
Ecl. long./lat. (J2000.0): 200.7394°/0.0002°
Ecl. long./lat. (on date): 201.0693°/-0.0011°
Ecliptic obliquity (on date): 23.4386°
Mean Sidereal Time: 10h36m15.3s
Apparent Sidereal Time: 10h36m14.8s
Rise: 7h26m
Transit: 13h14m
Set: 18h53m
Parallactic Angle: -36.2274°
IAU Constellation: Vir
Hourly motion: 0.4088° towards 128.6°
Hourly motion: dα=0.3213° dδ=-0.2569°
Elongation: 0.0055°
Elong. in Ecl.Long.: E0.0002°
Phase angle: 179.9945°
Illuminated: 0.0%
Distance from Sun: 0.995 AU (148.830 M km)
Distance: 0.002633 AU (393938.529 km)
Light time: 0h00m01.3s 
Orbital velocity: 0.995 km/s
Heliocentric velocity: 28.870 km/s
Sidereal period: 27.32 days (0.075 a)
Synodic period: 29.53 days (0.081 a)
Apparent diameter: 0.50538°
Diameter: 3474.8 km
Sidereal day: 655h43m11.6s
Mean solar day: 708h44m02.9s
Equatorial rotation velocity: 4.624 m/s
Moon age: 29.5 days old (Waning Crescent)
Position angle of bright limb: 332.5°
Position Angle of axis: 20.5°
Libration: 3.8° towards 278.7° (E!)
Libration: -3.7°/-0.6°
Subsolar point: 176.9°/0.1°
Colongitude: 273.1°
Albedo: 0.12
Solar Az./Alt.: 131.99°/30.36°

see also

references

  1. https://www.cctexas.com/parks-recreation-facilities/
  2. https://www.cctexas.com/corpus-christi-marina/
  3. https://www.visitcorpuschristi.com/blog/post/voyage-through-the-planets/
  4. http://www.voyagesolarsystem.org/community-network/voyage-mark-i-communities/corpus-christi-texas-voyage-mark-i/
  5. https://www.nicolesharp.net/eclipse/2023-10-14.htm
  6. 2023-10-14 Solar Eclipse locations
  7. https://www.occultations.org/
  8. https://www.occultations.org/observing/software/occult/
  9. https://www.stellarium.org/
  10. commons:category:Solar eclipse of 2023 October 14
  11. https://www.cctexas.com/parks-recreation-facilities/
  12. https://www.nuecesco.com/
  13. commons:category:Nueces County Courthouse
  14. commons:category:Haynes Park (New Mexico)

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