Saturday, March 13, 2010

Important Data for Total Solar eclipse of July 11, 2010

Here are some important data that are noteworthy in terms of total Solar eclipse of July 11, 2010. The sources of image and data are confirmed at NASA and Wikipedia sites.

total, solar, eclipse, Easter island, July, 11, 2020
 The above pictorial glance shows basic data regarding the basic time sessions, where the eclipse will be taking place and it clearly shows the countries/ islands that lie along the path of the total solar eclipse, 11th July 2010. The dark blue strip shows the path of totality whereas the light blue lines cover the areas where the eclipse is viewed as a partial solar eclipse.

Type of eclipse

Nature :  Total
Gamma :  -0.6788
Magnitude:  1.058

Maximum Eclipse

Duration : 5m 20s
Coordinates : 19.7S 121.9W
Max. width of band : 259 km

Times (UTC)

(P1) Partial begin : 17:09:41
(U1) Total begin : 18:15:15
Greatest eclipse : 19:34:38
(U4) Total end : 20:51:42
(P4) Partial end : 21:57:16


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