This is an event that can only be experienced in the tropics.The exact date and time of Lahaina Noon will depend on your latitude in the tropics; the above date and time are for Hilo On this day, the Moon and the Sun will be perfectly aligned.The descriptions of Full, First Quarter, New and Last Quarter refer to specific orientations of the Moon, Sun and Earth.The times on these tables are the exact times the moon will be in the precise orientation; however the moon will not necessarily be visible in the Hilo sky at these times.Compared to the “Blood Moon” appearances of Total Lunar eclipses, Penumbral Lunar Eclipses are significantly less impressive.
The sun will rise at am with the eclipse in progress, Hilo will see maximum eclipse at am and the eclipse will end for Hilo at am.
This date is often considered the first day of winter for the Northern Hemisphere and the Northern Hemisphere will experience its shortest day with only 10 hours 56 minutes and 33 seconds of daylight for Hilo.
Note: The moon's phase is determined by the position of the moon in relation to the Sun and the Earth.
Our goal is to make over 5,000 bouquets to honor our Veterans. Donations can be brought in starting tomorrow, November 8th and on Thursday, November 9th by am. Waiākeawaena Elementary School is a Pre K-5 Title I school serving a culturally diverse student population.
Founded in 1915, it is one of the largest elementary schools on the Big Island with a current enrollment of approximately 700 students.