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Next SOLAR ECLiPSE in 2015

The Total Solar Eclipse on Friday 20th March 2015

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Watch The 2015 TOTAL SOLAR ECLiPSE LiVE free video stream online




PARTiAL SOLAR ECLiPSE : 23rd October 2014 | View from East Asia, most of North America, Pacific, & Atlantic

WATCH LiVE ~ Tuesday 29th April 2014

Annular Solar Eclipse viewing times around Australia on Tuesday 29th April 2014 :

  • Melbourne: 3:58pm (peaks at 5:07pm)
  • Canberra: 4:05pm (peaks at 5:12pm)
  • Sydney: 4.15pm (peaks at 5.15pm)
  • Brisbane: 4:31pm (peaks at5:17pm)
  • Adelaide: 3:25pm (peaks at 4:37pm)
  • Perth: 1.17pm (peaks at 2.42pm)
  • Tasmania: 3.51pm (peaks at 5pm)

Tuesday 29th April 2014 ~ WATCH LiVE via SLOOH on the Live Space TELESCOPE in Australia live stream 

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WATCH LiVE ~ Tuesday 29th April 2014 …
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The annular solar eclipse will occur on the 29th April  2014. A solar eclipse occurs when the Moon passes between Earth and the Sun, obscuring the image of the Sun totally or partly for the viewer on Earth. An annular solar eclipse occurs when the Moon’s apparent diameter is smaller than the Sun’s, blocking most of the Sun’s light, which causes the Sun to look like an annulus (ring). An annular eclipse appears as a partial eclipse over a region of the Earth up to thousands of kilometres wide. The center of the moon’s shadow will miss the south Pole of the Earth, but the partial eclipse will be visible from parts of Antarctica and Australia.

The April 29th, 2014 Annular Eclipse: Sims from Space (YouTube video) ~ 2 quick simulations of the unique, non-central annular solar eclipse occurring on the 19th April 2014. Although only partial phases will be visible from Australia and the southern Indian Ocean, 2 orbiting spacecraft may catch the eclipse from space: ESA’s Proba-2 and NASA/JAXA’s Hinode. This video simulations was created using Starry Night Education software & the most recent orbital TLEs on 20th April 2014…


Annular Solar Eclipse, April 29, 2014 by Stargazer Nation (YouTube)…


The Virtual Telescope Project : Live telecast 29 April 2014: Partial Solar Eclipse (YouTube live feed video) by Gian Masi ~ The Sun offered a very rare, non-central annular eclipse, which was visible as such from a small patch in Antarctica. As a spectacular partial eclipse, it was visible from part of Australia, at sunset. The Virtual Telescope Project was asked by many people to plan something, also because April is Global Astronomy Month, so they wanted to meet that request, after the amazing success of the similar initiative for the recent total lunar eclipse.
They had the idea to look for collaborators willing to join this international effort and a few answered, and they decided to go! The team which made the live event was composed by astrophotographer: Dean Hooper (Melbourne, Victoria, Australia); astrophotographer: John Stevenson (Bribie Island, Queensland, Australia); astrophotographer: Chris Stockdale (Latrobe Valley Astronomical Society, “Hazelwood Observatory”, near Morwell, Victoria, Australia) astrophotographer: Veronica Sullivan Wycheproof, Victoria, Australia); astrophotographer: Alex Runic (Melbourne, Victoria, Australia) astrophotographer: Geoffrey Wyatt (Dalby, Queensland, Australia) coordinator and live comment: astrophysicist Gianluca Masi (The Virtual Telescope Project, Italy)…


There are 2 solar eclipses and 2 total lunar eclipses in 2014…

15th April 2014 : Total Lunar Eclipse

29th April 2014 : Annular Solar Eclipse

8th October 2014 : Total Lunar Eclipse

23rd October 2014 : Partial Solar Eclipse


Proba-2 views partial eclipse by ESA: European Space Agency, ESA (YouTube video) ~ ESA’s Proba-2 Sun-watcher saw Australia’s 29 April 2014 partial solar eclipse from orbit – footage captured by the Royal Observatory of Belgium…


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 A photo of the eclipse on the 20th May 2012 taken from Salt Lake City, Utah by ThePhatPhilmz ~ see the full image


The Total Lunar Eclipse 8th October 2014 Watch live on Blood Moon Full Moon