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Rare Hybrid Solar Eclipse to Appear Sunday
Science & Tech  (tags: astronomy, eclipse, solar eclipse, annular eclipse, sun, moon, space, science )

Michael
- 2060 days ago - cbc.ca
A rare "hybrid" solar eclipse will take place on Sunday morning starting at sunrise and will be visible as a partial eclipse in Eastern Canada.
Sky-Watchers' Guide: Lunar Eclipse Thursday - TODAY!
Science & Tech  (tags: astronomy, space, eclipse, moon )

Giana
- 2251 days ago - news.nationalgeographic.com
The full moon will get a tiny bite taken out of it tomorrow as it undergoes one of the shallowest and shortest partial eclipses of this century. (See lunar eclipse pictures.)
Total Eclipse of the Moon - NASA Science
Science & Tech  (tags: Interesting, nasa, news, humans, Eclipse, astronomy, space, study, world )

Elizabeth
- 2760 days ago - science.nasa.gov
Dec. 2, 2011: Waking up before sunrise can be tough to do, especially on a weekend. OnSaturday, Dec. 10th, you might be glad you did. A total eclipse of the Moon will be visible in the early morning skies of western Northern America.The action begins...
Winter Solstice 2010 | Full Moon and Eclipse Welcome Back the Sun
Science & Tech  (tags: Eclipse, Moon, 2010 Winter Solstice, astrological, social religious, Celebrate, Rebirth )

Rosemary
- 3107 days ago - personalmoneystore.com
Winter Solstice 2010, Dec. 21, is the shortest day of the year. The 2010 Winter Solstice comes with a double dose of astrological significance. There is both a full moon and a full eclipse on during this year's solstice
Eclipse of the Sun From Space
Science & Tech  (tags: NASA, Eclipse, Sun, Space, Science, research )

Nancy
- 3170 days ago - dailygalaxy.com
NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory, launched on board Atlas V from Cape Canaveral on the 11th of February 2010, recorded its first lunar transit when the moon passed directly between the spacecraft and the sun.
Stargazers in Awe as Total Eclipse Arcs Across Pacific
Science & Tech  (tags: eclipse, solar phenomenon, stargazing, astronomy, sun, moon, human monuments )

IE
- 3269 days ago - news.yahoo.com
A total solar eclipse drew an 11,000-kilometer (6,800-mile) arc over the Pacific Sunday, plunging remote territories into darkness, but drawing thousands of curious tourists and their dollars.
Ring of Fire: Annular Solar Eclipse Over Asia and Africa
Science & Tech  (tags: solar, eclipse, Africa, Asia )

Rosemary
- 3442 days ago - telegraph.co.uk
A solar eclipse that reduced the sun to a blazing ring surrounding a sombre disk plunged millions of people in Africa and Asia into an eerie semi-darkness. The spectacle, visible in a 185-mile band running 8,062 miles across the globe,
Strange Solar Eclipse Sparks Awe and Fear
Science & Tech  (tags: astronomy, eclipse )

Janine
- 3443 days ago - msnbc.msn.com
Strange solar eclipse sparks awe and fear ,visible across Africa and Asia.
Monster Eclipse Comes 'Once-in-a-Lifetime'
Science & Tech  (tags: astronomy, energy, interesting, science, space, eclipse )

Samantha
- 3626 days ago - news.com.au
THE world's most populous nations will gaze skywards on Wednesday as the longest total solar eclipse of the 21st Century lays a carpet of darkness across India and China, from Mumbai to Shanghai.
July 22 2009 Total Eclipse of the Sun
Science & Tech  (tags: eclipse, phenomena, solar, hermit eclipse, science )

Raffi
- 3647 days ago - shadowandsubstance.com
Eclipse of the Sun for July 22, 2009 (animated) will be visible across south-east Asia and the western Pacific. This will be a spectacular total eclipse, lasting over 6½ minutes at maximum and visible to millions.
SLIDESHOW: 2009 Solar Eclipse Seen By Few
Science & Tech  (tags: Eclipse, Indonesia Solar Eclipse, Photos, Slideshow, Solar Eclipse, Solar Eclipse 2009, Solar Eclipse Photos, Solar Eclipse Pictures, Green News )

Blue
- 3800 days ago - huffingtonpost.com
Annular eclipses, which are considered far less important to astronomers than total eclipses of the sun, occur about 66 times a century and can only be viewed by people in the narrow band along its path.
Astronomy Picture of the Day - 2008 February 28: ISS: Sunlight to Shadow
Science & Tech  (tags: astronomy, moon, eclipse, ISS )

Blue
- 4132 days ago - antwrp.gsfc.nasa.gov
Orbiting 400,000 kilometers above the Earth, the Moon slid into Earth's shadow to begin last week's total lunar eclipse. Of course the International Space Station (ISS) slides into Earth's shadow every 90 minutes, the time it takes it to complete one...
Astronomy Picture of the Day - 2008 February 20 - Moon Slide Slim
Science & Tech  (tags: eclipse, moon slide, astronomy )

Blue
- 4142 days ago - antwrp.gsfc.nasa.gov
No special filters - or even a telescope - are required to enjoy a leisurely lunar eclipse. In fact, watched from all over the night side of planet Earth, these regular celestial performances have entertained many casual skygazers
Lunar Eclipse to Occur Wed. Night
Science & Tech  (tags: Eclipse, space, news, astronomy )

Lisa
- 4142 days ago - time.com
The last total lunar eclipse until 2010 occurs Wednesday night, with cameo appearances by Saturn and the bright star Regulus on either side of the veiled full moon.
Coming Feb. 20: Total Eclipse of the Moon
Science & Tech  (tags: eclipse, space, astronomy, Astronomers, moon )

JSun
- 4152 days ago - space.com
Given clear skies, about three billion potential eclipse viewers will be able to partake in the spectacle of the full moon becoming completely immersed in the Earth's shadow.
 

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