See Solar Eclipse

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By: lakhangarg (122 month(s) ago)

nice presentation .... at least people can view solar eclipse with the help of ur ppt ;)

By: okay (122 month(s) ago)

very nice. i can check it out tomorrow morning

By: Pannu (122 month(s) ago)

Presented very well; thanks for sharing!

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Partial Eclipse. Nearly 1/3 of the Sun's diameter is eclipsed.

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Partial Eclipse About 1/2 of the Sun's diameter is eclipsed.

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Partial Eclipse. Over 2/3 of the Sun's diameter is eclipsed.

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Partial Eclipse. Six minutes before totality begins and nearly 90% of the Sun's diameter is eclipsed.

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2nd Contact Diamond Ring: 20 seconds before contact.

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2nd Contact Diamond Ring: 4 seconds before contact.

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2nd Contact Baily's Beads: 2 seconds before contact.

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2nd Contact Baily's Beads: 1 second before contact.

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Inner Corona

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Middle Corona

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Outer Corona

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Far Outer Corona. Features on the dark side of the Moon are visible in a long exposure of the far outer corona.

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Baily's Beads at 3rd Contact: 1 second after contact.

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Baily's Beads at 3rd Contact: 2 seconds after contact.

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Diamond Ring at 3rd Contact: 13 seconds aftre contact.

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Diamond Ring at 3rd Contact: 20 seconds aftre contact.

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Partial Eclipse. Nearly 90% of the Sun's diameter is still eclipsed.

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Partial Eclipse.Over 2/3 of the Sun's diameter is still eclipsed.

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Partial Eclipse. About 1/2 of the Sun's diameter is visible.

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Partial Eclipse.About 1/3 of the Sun's diameter remains eclipsed.

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