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https://plus.google.com/114880142234427595763 Dana Delray : Annular Eclipse 2012 COLOR/Red👿White 😚👑💲🌟〰👄
Annular Eclipse 2012
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https://plus.google.com/101812717884224579012 A. Coe : Penumbral Eclipse Rising As seen from Cocoa Beach Pier, Florida, planet Earth, the Moon rose at sunset...
Penumbral Eclipse Rising
As seen from Cocoa Beach Pier, Florida, planet Earth, the Moon rose at sunset on February 10 while gliding through Earth's faint outer shadow. In progress was the first eclipse of 2017, a penumbral lunar eclipse followed in this digital stack of seaside exposures. Of course, the penumbral shadow is lighter than the planet's umbral shadow.

That central, dark, shadow is easily seen on the lunar disk during a total or partial lunar eclipse. Still, in this penumbral eclipse the limb of the Moon grows just perceptibly darker as it rises above the western horizon. The second eclipse of 2017 could be more dramatic though. With viewing from a path across planet Earth's southern hemisphere, on February 26 there will be an annular eclipse of the Sun.

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Image Credit & Copyright: Bill Jelen

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https://plus.google.com/109926353782619128889 Chad Robbins : A Solar Eclipse with a Beaded Ring of Fire What kind of eclipse is this? On Sunday, visible in parts...
A Solar Eclipse with a Beaded Ring of Fire
What kind of eclipse is this? On Sunday, visible in parts of Earth's southern hemisphere, the Moon blocked part of the Sun during a partial solar eclipse. In some locations, though, the effect was a rare type of partial eclipse called an annular eclipse. There, since the Moon is too far from the Earth to block the entire Sun, sunlight streamed around the edges of the Moon creating a "ring of fire".

At some times, though, the effect was a rare type of annular eclipse. Then, an edge of the Moon nearly aligned with an edge of the Sun, allowing sunlight to stream through only low areas on the Moon. Called a "Baily's bead" or a "diamond ring", this doubly rare effect was captured Sunday in the feature photograph from Chubut, Argentina, in South America. This summer a total solar eclipse will swoop across North America.

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https://apod.nasa.gov/apod/astropix.html
Image Credit & Copyright: Stephen Bedingfield

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https://plus.google.com/109926353782619128889 Chad Robbins : Annular Solar Eclipse over New Mexico What is this person doing? In 2012 an annular eclipse of the Sun...
Annular Solar Eclipse over New Mexico
 What is this person doing? In 2012 an annular eclipse of the Sun was visible over a narrow path that crossed the northern Pacific Ocean and several western US states. In an annular solar eclipse, the Moon is too far from the Earth to block out the entire Sun, leaving the Sun peeking out over the Moon's disk in a ring of fire.

To capture this unusual solar event, an industrious photographer drove from Arizona to New Mexico to find just the right vista. After setting up and just as the eclipsed Sun was setting over a ridge about 2.5 kilometers away, a person unknowingly walked right into the shot. Although grateful for the unexpected human element, the photographer never learned the identity of the silhouetted interloper.

It appears likely, though, that the person is holding a circular device that would enable them to get their own view of the eclipse. The shot was taken at sunset on 2012 May 20 at 7:36 pm local time from a park near Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA. Tomorrow another annular solar eclipse will become visible, this time along a path crossing Africa and Madagascar.

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https://plus.google.com/107467982352921760484 Richard Shivell (AZgeek) : A Solar Eclipse with a Beaded Ring of Fire Image Credit & Copyright: Stephen Bedingfield https://apod.nasa.gov...
A Solar Eclipse with a Beaded Ring of Fire
Image Credit & Copyright: Stephen Bedingfield
https://apod.nasa.gov/apod/ap170301.html

What kind of eclipse is this? On Sunday, visible in parts of Earth's southern hemisphere, the Moon blocked part of the Sun during a partial solar eclipse. In some locations, though, the effect was a rare type of partial eclipse called an annular eclipse. There, since the Moon is too far from the Earth to block the entire Sun, sunlight streamed around the edges of the Moon creating a "ring of fire". At some times, though, the effect was a rare type of annular eclipse. Then, an edge of the Moon nearly aligned with an edge of the Sun, allowing sunlight to stream through only low areas on the Moon. Called a "Baily's bead" or a "diamond ring", this doubly rare effect was captured Sunday in the feature photograph from Chubut, Argentina, in South America. This summer a total solar eclipse will swoop across North America.
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https://plus.google.com/100503192588326396374 Butterfly FX : Annular Eclipse After Sunrise From northern Patagonia, morning skies were clear and blue on Sunday,...
Annular Eclipse After Sunrise
From northern Patagonia, morning skies were clear and blue on Sunday, February 26. This sweeping composite scene, overlooking Hermoso Valle, Facundo, Chubut, Argentina, follows the Sun after sunrise, capturing an annular solar eclipse.

Created from a series of exposures at three minute intervals, it shows the year's first solar eclipse beginning well above the distant eastern horizon. An exposure close to mid-eclipse recorded the expected ring of fire, the silhouette of the New Moon only slightly too small to cover the bright Sun. At that location on planet Earth, the annular phase of the eclipse lasted a brief 45 seconds.

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Image Credit & Copyright: Vincent Bouchama

#nasa #naturalphenomena #eclipse 
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https://plus.google.com/108993958816921463248 Manuel Machado Lander :

APOD: 2017 March 2 - Annular Eclipse After Sunrise
A different astronomy and space science related image is featured each day, along with a brief explanation.
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https://plus.google.com/113539824164203001902 Juan Carlos Martínez Oliveros : Animation Annular Eclipse Feb 27 Argentina - Megamovie Project Instrument Test
Animation Annular Eclipse Feb 27 Argentina - Megamovie Project Instrument Test
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https://plus.google.com/106941890998775980419 Benjamin Langstaff :

Annular Eclipse of February 26, 2017, Observed from Chubut, Argentina - EPOD - a service of USRA
Photographer: Sergio Emilio Montúfar Codoñer Summary Author: Sergio Emilio Montúfar Codoñer This photo is a composite of 11 images taken during the annular eclipse of February 26, 2017, observed from Facundo, Chubut, Argentina. With an annular eclipse, the Moon is...
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https://plus.google.com/110075338647958096263 Twiggie “Twig” : What Is An Annular Eclipse? During Any Type Of Solar Eclipse, The Sun,Moon,And Earth Line Up, Allowing...
What Is An Annular Eclipse? During Any Type Of Solar Eclipse, The Sun,Moon,And Earth Line Up, Allowing The Moon To Cast Its Shadow On Earth's Surface In A Partial Or Total Solar Eclipse.
An Annular Eclipse Is The Produt Of Almost The Same Celestial Geometry As A Total Solar Eclipse-That Is,From The Prespective Of The Same Place On Earth, The Moon Crosses In Front Of The Sun's Center.
Learn More: https://www.nasa.gov/eclipse 
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https://plus.google.com/113109764948220499797 Erik, Martin Willén :

Annular Eclipse After Sunrise - NATURAL PHENOMENA
From northern Patagonia, morning skies were clear and blue on Sunday, February 26. This sweeping composite scene, overlooking Hermoso Valle, Facundo, Chubut, Argentina, follows the Sun after sunrise, capturing an annular sola...
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https://plus.google.com/100398285827541098890 Sophal Moul : Annular Solar Eclipse of 1 Sep, 2016 An annular eclipse of the Sun occurs on Thursday 1 September, ...
Annular Solar Eclipse of 1 Sep, 2016

An annular eclipse of the Sun occurs on Thursday 1 September, 2016 UT, lasting from 06:13–12:00 UT.

A solar eclipse occurs when the Moon passes between Earth and the Sun, thereby totally or partly obscuring the image of the Sun for a viewer on Earth.

An annular solar eclipse is effectively similar to a total eclipse, except that it occurs during a point in the Moon's orbit when it is farther away from the Earth than average.
This means that the Moon's apparent diameter is smaller than the Sun's, blocking most of the Sun's light and causing the Sun to look like an annulus (ring of fire around the edge of the Moon).
An annulus is the shape of a circle with its centre cut out. Technically, this is a central eclipse with a magnitude less than 1.000.

Like a total eclipse, an annular eclipse is accompanied by a partial eclipse over a region of the Earth thousands of kilometres wide.

This large annular eclipse of 1 Sep, 2016 will cover 97% of the Sun, creating a dramatic spectacle for observers in a path up to 100 km wide (62 mi); it will last 3 minutes and 6 seconds at the point of maximum eclipse.
It will be seen across central Africa southwards to Madagascar and into the Indian Ocean. The partial eclipse will be visible across most of Africa and parts of the Middle East.
About a 10-hour drive south of Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, observers will find the best views of the eclipse, according to astronomer Jay Pasachoff (Williams College). (Source: http://www.space.com/33784-solar-eclipse-guide.html)

The timings of the phases of the overall eclipse worldwide are as follows>>
http://moonblink.info/Eclipse/eclipse/2016_09_01

If you don't happen to be in the eclipse path that day, check out the Astronomical Society of Southern Africa's live webcast of the eclipse.>>
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xebDaX1PJF0

Accuracy
Due to the erratic rotation of the Earth, the time and location of the eclipse cannot be forecast perfectly. This eclipse's forecast is estimated to be accurate to within 2km in distance and a few seconds in time.
For more information, read here>>
http://moonblink.info/Eclipse/when/time#deltat

Warning!
An annular eclipse of the Sun is not safe to look at with the naked eye at any time; use proper solar viewing protection at all stages of this eclipse.
For more information, see this eye safety page.>>
http://moonblink.info/Eclipse/what/safety

Animated map source>> http://eclipse.gsfc.nasa.gov/SEanimate/SEanimate2001/SE2016Sep01A.GIF

Further reading

► Solar eclipse of September 1, 2016>>
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Solar_eclipse_of_September_1,_2016

►Earth visibility chart and eclipse statistics>>
http://eclipse.gsfc.nasa.gov/SEplot/SEplot2001/SE2016Sep01A.GIF

► Google interactive map>> http://eclipse.gsfc.nasa.gov/SEgoogle/SEgoogle2001/SE2016Sep01Agoogle.html

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https://plus.google.com/116212017499948979105 James Scott Stone : A Solar Eclipse with a Beaded Ring of Fire. Image Credit & Copyright: Stephen Bedingfield Explanation...
A Solar Eclipse with a Beaded Ring of Fire.
Image Credit & Copyright: Stephen Bedingfield
Explanation: What kind of eclipse is this? On Sunday, visible in parts of Earth's southern hemisphere, the Moon blocked part of the Sun during a partial solar eclipse. In some locations, though, the effect was a rare type of partial eclipse called an annular eclipse. There, since the Moon is too far from the Earth to block the entire Sun, sunlight streamed around the edges of the Moon creating a "ring of fire". At some times, though, the effect was a rare type of annular eclipse. Then, an edge of the Moon nearly aligned with an edge of the Sun, allowing sunlight to stream through only low areas on the Moon. Called a "Baily's bead" or a "diamond ring", this doubly rare effect was captured Sunday in the feature photograph from Chubut, Argentina, in South America. This summer a total solar eclipse will swoop across North America.
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https://plus.google.com/104985252621340326464 Սաթո Թագուհին : Penumbral Eclipse Rising Image Credit & Copyright: Bill Jelen https://apod.nasa.gov/apod/ap170218.html...
Penumbral Eclipse Rising
Image Credit & Copyright: Bill Jelen
https://apod.nasa.gov/apod/ap170218.html

As seen from Cocoa Beach Pier, Florida, planet Earth, the Moon rose at sunset on February 10 while gliding through Earth's faint outer shadow. In progress was the first eclipse of 2017, a penumbral lunar eclipse followed in this digital stack of seaside exposures. Of course, the penumbral shadow is lighter than the planet's umbral shadow. That central, dark, shadow is easily seen on the lunar disk during a total or partial lunar eclipse. Still, in this penumbral eclipse the limb of the Moon grows just perceptibly darker as it rises above the western horizon. The second eclipse of 2017 could be more dramatic though. With viewing from a path across planet Earth's southern hemisphere, on February 26 there will be an annular eclipse of the Sun.
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https://plus.google.com/101662157343569513725 Katalin Visy : 2017 February 18 Penumbral Eclipse Rising Image Credit & Copyright: Bill Jelen Explanation: As seen...
2017 February 18

Penumbral Eclipse Rising
Image Credit & Copyright: Bill Jelen

Explanation: As seen from Cocoa Beach Pier, Florida, planet Earth, the Moon rose at sunset on February 10 while gliding through Earth’s faint outer shadow. In progress was the first eclipse of 2017, a penumbral lunar eclipse followed in this digital stack of seaside exposures. Of course, the penumbral shadow is lighter than the planet’s umbral shadow. That central, dark, shadow is easily seen on the lunar disk during a total or partial lunar eclipse. Still, in this penumbral eclipse the limb of the Moon grows just perceptibly darker as it rises above the western horizon. The second eclipse of 2017 could be more dramatic though. With viewing from a path across planet Earth’s southern hemisphere, on February 26 there will be an annular eclipse of the Sun.

Source: apod.nasa.gov/apod/ap170218.html
2017 február 18
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https://plus.google.com/109224347089861136185 Sandra Moreano : Day Eleven: The Eclispe 10:34 in the morning on our second day, led by Pedro, a prominent astronomer...
Day Eleven: The Eclispe
10:34 in the morning on our second day, led by Pedro, a prominent astronomer, we witnessed a solar annular eclipse.  He handed out special sunblocking glasses and explained to us that the moon would briefly align between the earth and the sun. And so for a ...
Day Eleven: The Eclispe
10:34 in the morning on our second day, led by Pedro, a prominent astronomer, we witnessed a solar annular eclipse. He handed out special sunblocking glasses and explained to us that the moon would briefly align between the ...
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https://plus.google.com/112651877959389508127 Rene Schulte : Awesome photo of the annular solar eclipse after sunrise.
Awesome photo of the annular solar eclipse after sunrise.
APOD: 2017 March 2 - Annular Eclipse After Sunrise
A different astronomy and space science related image is featured each day, along with a brief explanation.
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