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Josep Drudis
SAO student
Total Solar eclipse, 11 August 1999.

Partial Solar Eclipse, by Jim Peterson
SAO student
Olympus digital camera through my
Celestron 8" SCT with a 26 mm lens,
Seattle

Courtesy: David A Harding from 1976
Celestron 8inch scope on tripod & wedge motor driven, prime focus, full aperture filter, about 1/125th sec exposure.

1976 eclipse, Melbourne.
Captured from television.

Courtesy: David A Harding
Culgura Heliograph images. From Culgoora, Australia, 1987

Courtesy: David A Harding
Culgura Heliograph images. From Culgoora, Australia, 1987

Recent Solar images from U.S. National Solar Observatory

Institute for Solar Physics,
Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences.



Eclipse facts: Totality during the Dec. 4, 2002 eclipse will last just 33 seconds at Ceduna and 24 seconds at Lyndhurst.

Local time: Saturday, 15-Dec-2018 08:50:23 EST