Coming solar eclipse

Coming solar eclipse Facts

May 20, 2012 in some parts of the world, such as the western United States, it will be possible to observe the annular solar eclipse. This eclipse occurs when the Moon is in a position directly in front of the Sun relative to the Earth, covering the entire disk stars except the edges. Previous annular eclipse was observed May 10, 1994, the following will occur October 14, 2023.

Map full annular eclipse in the U.S..

The same eclipse will be visible in China March 21, 2012, in other parts of both hemispheres, the eclipse will be

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On July Moon closes Sun

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July 1, 2011 will be partial solar eclipse of Saros 156. This eclipse will be observed in the southern hemisphere between Antarctica and southern Africa.

The maximum value of the eclipse will be 0.09. Eclipse will begin at 12:00 GMT, 13:15 GMT finish.

The next partial solar eclipse of the inhabitants of the earth will see the 25 November. The scope of the eclipse falls on Antarctica and the surrounding area.

Small private eclipse will be visible in South Africa and New Zealand. The maximum phase of the eclipse 0.90. At the South Pole

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The last lunar eclipse of the year will be superzatmeniem for the U.S. and Europe

Earth's penumbra touches the Moon at 11.33 MSK

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The last in this year's total lunar eclipse will occur on Saturday evening. If weather permits, all Russians can see it, and the people of the United States and Europe will be able to enjoy watching "superzatmeniya."

Typically, lunar eclipses occur twice a year. Thus, in 2011, the first case was recorded on June 15.

According to data published on the website of NASA, the current eclipse will take place from 11.33 to 17.30

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Weather allows Muscovites see a total lunar eclipse

MOSCOW, June 15 — RIA Novosti. Muscovites will be able to observe a total lunar eclipse in the night from Wednesday to Thursday, as a large cloud is not expected, according to RIA Novosti weather specialist center "Phobos."

Spot diameter of the Earth's shadow at a distance of 360,000 km (radius of the orbit of the Moon) is about 2.5 diameter of the moon, so the moon can be completely obscured

The first in 2011, a total lunar eclipse will occur on Wednesday night, when the Earth's shadow completely closes upward lunar disk. A lunar eclipse can be seen

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Today, January 4, Russians will see solar eclipse

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The "Astrogalaktika" informs:

The solar eclipse of 2011. Partial solar eclipse of January 4, 2011

Partial solar eclipse of the fourth day of January, 2011 — this is the 14th eclipse of Saros сто fifty-first. The area gets the best line of sight to the polar and middle latitudes of the Northern Hemisphere.

The eclipse in Moscow, Moscow time:

Beginning Middle End maximum phase 10:38 12:04 13:30 0,813 Eclipse reaches maximum at coordinates 64.7 ° North latitude, 20.8 ° East longitude and has no central band of totality. At the time and in the direction of the

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Ring of Fire: The moon closes the sun already this Sunday

 

Rare type of eclipse can watch people land on May 20: The moon is almost completely closes the sun, leaving around "Ring of Fire." This happens only once every few years, and is called an annular solar eclipse.

The average length of the moon's shadow is 373 320 km and the distance from the Earth to the Moon May 20, 2012 is 395,507 km, so the Moon's shadow does not reach the earth's surface. When the annular eclipse of the sun bright rim can not see either the crown or stars near the Sun. Maximum ring eclipse will

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On Sunday, May 20, residents will be able to observe the Earth's rare solar eclipse.

   As reported by the laboratory of NASA, the first unique annular eclipse will see the Chinese people: it will pass through Hong Kong, Taipei, Taiwan, then in the capital of Japan — Tokyo. Unusual phenomenon will also be able to watch from Russia, South Korea, the Philippines, Canada and Mexico.

   In the U.S., the eclipse will be visible in several states. However, the best point for observations will be Northern California — Sacramento and around Lake Tahoe. According to scientists, these are the places you can see the time when the moon is completely eclipsed by the

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Solar eclipse of May 20, 2012

Solar eclipse of May 20, 2012 — annular solar eclipse of Saros 128. Band annular eclipse will begin in southern China, will continue through Japan, across the Pacific and over the U.S.. The maximum duration of the annular phase will 5m 46c (in the Pacific).

Visibility Annular eclipse will be seen in the following cities: China: Guangzhou, Shenzhen, Hong Kong, Fuzhou, Taipei (o.Tayvan) Japan: Osaka, Nagoya, Tokyo, Yokohama U.S.: Albuquerque In Russia The eclipse will be observed in large parts of Russia in the morning on May 21, local time, but only as a private everywhere. The shadow

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In the new year the sun disappears from the sky

Unnaturally dark in Moscow will be on the fourth day of the new year

At 9:30 am local time to begin partial solar eclipse. As "MK" in the Institute of Applied Astronomy, the first of four "planned" for 2011 eclipse will be seen shining in all the districts of Russia — from the western border to Siberia. But the deepest phase of the solar cover lunar disk is expected in the northern part of the country. Thus, in Moscow and St. Petersburg, the moon will block 85% of the solar disk, as, for example, in the Urals and Novosibirsk, the

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In Russia, on January 4 will be a partial eclipse of the Sun

January 4th in Russia will be seen first partial solar eclipse of 2011. It will be seen in Moscow and St. Petersburg, as well as in most of the rest of Russia. True, unless you are lucky with the weather, say the Institute of Applied Astronomy of the Russian Academy of Sciences.

Candidate of Sciences Nikolai Zheleznov of the Institute of Applied Astronomy of the Russian Academy of Sciences reported that the January 4, 2011 at 9 hours 30 minutes orb will appear before the eyes of the curious in a truncated form. When partial solar eclipse will be closed

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