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Photos Total Solar Eclipse November 2012

Photo Gallery Solar Eclipse 2012 Total Solar Eclipse Northern Territory,  North Queensland Australia

Partial Solar Eclipse rest of Australia and Australasia including New Zealand, Papua New Guinea and east Indonesia

Partial Solar Eclipse - (some) Pacific Ocean Islands, parts of Chile and Argentina  

 

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Photos/images/diagrams of Total Solar Eclipse - Total Eclipse of the Sun 14 November 2012

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Palm Cove, Queensland Australia. This astonishing image of theTital Solar Eclipse was captured by Sergeant Kevin Pittendreigh of Cairns Police Department - Queensland Police.

[photo credit Sergeant Kevin Pittendreigh]

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The Solar Eclipse Australia Wednesday morning 14 November 2012, on a typical 50% November cloud covered sky over Tropical Queensland. At this stage the solar eclipse is approximately 30% obscured  with the Moon approaching from the top - on its way to totality.

[photo credit James Niland]

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Total Solar Eclipse, Queensland, Australia. The umbra shadow maximum width occurred at Oak Beach approximately 88miles wide /143km and a maximum duration of  2 minutes 5 seconds.

[image credit; Jay Pasachoff/Caltech and Williams College.]

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia; early morning sunrise with the Sun being partially eclipsed as it rises revealing a sensational Sun and Moon. The Sun rose already partially eclipsed. The Northern Territory was in the area of a Partial Solar Ecilpse.

[image credit davidfntau at flickr]

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Total Solar Eclipse 14 November 2012 Queensland Australia. Globally the path of the Total Solar Eclipse umbra shadow sweeping across the surface of Earth had a length of 9,009.88 miles/14,500 kilometres. [image credit, Amaysim]

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Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia - Partial Solar Eclipse: Wednesday morning 14 November 2012, a dramatic large Sun and Moon. The Sun rose already partially eclipsed.

[image credit davidfntau / flickr]

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Total Solar Eclipse 14 November 2012 Queensland Australia. Globally the path of the Total Solar Eclipse umbra shadow sweeping across the surface of Earth had a length of 9,009.88 miles/14,500 kilometres.

[image credit, Panasonic]

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Cairns, Queensland. Solar Eclipse Australia Wednesday morning 14 November 2012'. The Moon is traversing the Sun from the top left, through to the bottom right. In this image Totality is over and Third Contact has begun (Third Contact; The outer rim of the Moon has gone beyond the inner rim of the Sun).

[photo credit James Niland]

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The Diamond Ring - Total Solar Eclipse - Palm Cove, North Tropical Queensland, Australia (credit Getty Images)

 

 

Total Solar Eclipse of 13/14 November 2012;

Times in UT/GMT

 

Maximum eclipse - 22:11:48.0 UT/GMT

mid-South Pacific Ocean

 

Maximum Width 111.163 miles / 178.9km

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Maximum Totality: 4minutes 2.2seconds

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Umbral ground velocity of shadow

(MACH 1.4) 1060 mph/1760 kph

 

Eclipse Path Length 9,009.88 miles / 14,500 kilometres. 

 

Globally eclipse duration 3.1 hours

 

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See  photos of the Penumbral Lunar Eclipse 28 November 2012.

 

Ppenumbral Lunar Eclipse Photos 2012

See  photos of the Penumbral Lunar Eclipse 28 November 2012.

 

Penumbral Lunar Eclipse Photos 2012

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