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...solar eclipse The Longest Lasted about seven minutes, Adams Said in a recent NASA webchat. Howeve, the first solar eclipse of 2010 - the January Annular solar eclipse 15 - DID last longer, aim Was Not total.That Annular solar eclipse, in Which the Moon only...
...next time that a solar eclipse will be seen for such a long period of time will be in Dec 23, 3043. January 15th, 2010 Thousands view solar eclipse in Africa and AsiaDHANUSHKODI, India â Thousands of people in Africa and Asia viewed an eclipse Friday as the...
...phenomenon at the Nehru Planetarium and other places where special arrangements were made to view the event. January 15th, 2010 KANYAKUMARI - The longest annular solar eclipse of the millennium began at 11.06 a.m. Friday in this Tamil Nadu city as thousands...
Miracle on January 15, 2010 Solar Eclipse day [Translation] You can see the Hood of the Cobra on top of the Sivalinga and the body on the left side. Kumbakonam: At the Siva Temple in Thepperumanallur, large numbers of devotees witnessed a miracle of a Cobra doing Archana for Siva Lingam with Vilvam leaves. In Thanjavoor district of Tamil Nadu, near Thirunageswaram, there is a Siva Temple at Thepperumanallur. Here Vedhanthanayagi [Sakthi] with Viswanathaswamy [Siva] are the main Deities. In this Temple, it has been customary to do archana with Rudhraksha only. Yesterday morning, just before Solar Eclipse, at about 10:30 AM Sivachariar Satish, priest of the Temple, noticed a Cobra lying on top of the Siva Linga. The snake slowly descended from there and went towards the Vilvam tree which is the Sthala Viruksham holy tree of the temple. It climbed the tree and picked a Vilvam leaf and came back and entered the Sannadhi. It hissed at any devotee trying to get near it. It climbed onto the Siva Linga and opened it hood and dropped the Vilvam Leaf. This miracle was witnessed by all devotees who were excited. Then the Cobra went again and again to do the same repeated 2 or three times. As the news spread all over the village, hundreds of villagers rushed to the Temple to have the Dharshan of this event of Cobra with Siva.
This video was taken by Jayanth Basavarajaiah, President, ABAA at Dhanushkodi, Rameshwaram, Tamil Nadu.
Annular Solar eclipse seen as Ring of Fire. Video taken from Thiruvarur in South India.
Longest Annular Solar Eclipse in The Third Millennium on January 15, 2010 filmed and photographed at Eclipse-City site at Kanyakumari - India
The longest Partial Solar Eclipse in this century. Captured in Beijing Forestry University, 15th, January, 2010.
Christian Science MonitorTonight will be the biggest, brightest full moon of the yearChristian Science MonitorSpeaking of the moon, you may recall reading about a solar eclipse back in January. Folks in Asia and Africa have the best seats in the house. Well, almost. ...and more »
BBC NewsSatellite Captures Solar Eclipse from SpaceUniverse TodayThe recently launched Proba-2 satellite was able to observe the annular solar eclipse on January 15, 2010, with stunning results. ...Proba-2 Opens New Eye On The SunRedOrbitall 18 news articles »
Annular Solar Eclipse 15th January 2010, Varkala, Kerala, India, see photographs here picasaweb.google.com A video made with photographs clicked without any filteration during the Annnular Eclipse. Not knowing the exposure we should set for capturing Baily's Beads in an annular we planned to click 10 bracketed exposures around 1/500 sec at f/20. Capturing in Canon RAW format, we were able to correct most of the over exposed pictures to reasonable levels, thereby creating this movie of 1 frame per second. Meade 8" LX200 SC Telescope with a 2X Powermate. Canon 450D Digital SLR camera used. The exposures were automatically shot using Eclipse Orchestrator software. Ajay & Neelam Talwar, Nilesh Vayada, Sneh Kesari, Raghu Kalra, Deepak Dogra
Annular Solar Eclipse 15th January 2010, Varkala, Kerala, India, see photographs here picasaweb.google.com Timed Video with toucam and 400mm focal length telescope. Skywatcher 80mm f/5 telescope was attached with a Toucam Webcamera and connected to a laptop. The telescope is piggybacked underneath a 8" Meade LX200. The webcamera recorded video of the progress of the entire eclispe. This real time video, with audio, also captured the Baily's Beads nicely. The important feature of the video is the audio alongwith giving out accurate time beeps from the Beeper Box. Skywatcher telescope was aligned with the main telescope. The video display also served the purpose of pointing the main telescope towards the area where the bead formation was occurring.
See photographs here: picasaweb.google.com Northern edge of the antumbral path. This video made from images captured by a Nikon D90 and 400mm lens on an Atlas German Equatorial Mount. Captured a few Baily's Beads. See photo album (link above) for more pictures. We dared to remove the filter from this camera. Ajay & Neelam Talwar, Nilesh Vayada, Sneh Kesari, Raghu Kalra, Deepak Dogra
Astronomy enthusiasts were spellbound by watching "The Ring of fire" on 15 January 2010 during Annular Solar Eclipse.
A dotted picture shows the coastline of India, Sri Lanka and the path of the Annular Eclipse. picasaweb.google.com The picture was stuck on the plywood and pinholes drilled every alternate dot (2mm) and a screen kept behind. Nikon D70 placed just below the screen and automated to click every minute. This video is made from the individual photos. Photographs are here picasaweb.google.com
Enjoy the Annular Solar Eclipse of 15 January 2010 viewed from Kanyakumari, South India. watch "The Ring of Fire" with & without filter. see spellbound people witness "The Celestial drama"
This video shows a partial solar eclipse event captured through a telescope of the Hong Kong Observatory on 15 January 2010. The eclipse began at about 3.33pm, reached its maximum at 4.54pm and ended around 6.00pm when the sun and the moon descended below the horizon in succession. The eclipse had a magnitude of 0.674, meaning 67.4% of the sun's diameter was obscured by the moon at maximum eclipse. Find out more on the Observatory's webpage www.hko.gov.hk
Studying eclipsesEconomic TimesNEW DELHI: The solar eclipse of 15th January 2010 was 'partial' in many parts of the world and was seen as an 'annular' eclipse in a narrow band of around ...and more »
January 15, 2010 annular solar eclipse Baily's Beads taken from the north eclipse limit near Gulu, Uganda. By Richard Nugent, International Occultation Timing Assocation. Text on bottom shows Universal Time in Hours, Minutes, Seconds, decimal seconds for the end and start of the video frame, followed by a frame counter
Annular Solar Eclipse 15 January 2010 from Jaffna Sri Lanka
Annular Solar Eclipse 15 January 2010 from Jaffna Sri Lanka
the first solar eclipse of 2010! this is my second attempt to record the whole process of eclipse! it's an annular eclipse, but in Taiwan it's a partial eclipse i recorded the whole process and speeded it up 20 times faster with the help of my brother :) sorry for the sun jumping around in the video, I adjust the angle and position manually before sun moves out of the screen! it started at 15:41PM and ended at sunset which was 17:30PM the maximin coverage happened at 16:57PM with a 53% coverage! the eclipse continued after the sun set hence we're able to watch the eclipse directly with naked eye during the sunset! the amazing crescent sunset can be seen at the end of this video!
This video was recorded by my colleague Aruna Gammanpila during the annular phase of the Annular solar eclipse 15th January 2010, from Jaffna Sri Lanka. We had some 11-minute duration for the annular phase since we were so close to the central line of the eclipse. More details at 2010eclipse.blogspot.com
Solar Eclipse that occurred on the 16th of January, 2010., as seen from Mangalore, India. Captured using the Kodak Z8612 IS digital camera.
Annular Solar Eclipse January 15, 2010. Video Taken at Thiruvarur in South India. Sun was visible as a Ring of Fire for 7 minutes and 16 sec and 0.93 Magnitude. Next Annular Eclipse of this Magnitude in South India is expected in 3043.
OneindiaSolar Eclipse: Science, Superstition and SpiritualityOneindia15th January 2010 will be remembered as one of those days which has involved one and all in a majestic celestial occurrence. The Solar Eclipse has something ...and more »
Eclipse Creates Blazing Rim Of Light. Thousands gathered to watch the longest annular solar eclipse in a thousand years. People in Africa and Asia have enjoyed watching an annular eclipse, when the moon blocks the sun except for a narrow, blazing rim of light. The Indian government launched several rockets to study its effects. Furcht und Freude wegen Sonnenfinsternis. Spektakuläre Aufnahmen halten die längste ringförmige Sonnenfinsternis des dritten Jahrtausends in Bildern fest. Längste ringförmige Sonnenfinsternis des Jahrtausends. Von Ostafrika bis Südostasien haben Wissenschaftler und Schaulustige die längste ringförmige Sonnenfinsternis des Jahrtausends bestaunt. Bei Sonnenaufgang schob sich der Mond über der Zentral- afrikanischen Republik vor die Sonne. Kurz darauf war die Sonne auch in der kenianischen Hauptstadt Nairobi nur noch als Feuerkranz zu sehen.
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Scientific recording of the annular solar eclipse on 15th January 2010 was carried out from the Island Kayts (Lat +09d 37m North and Long +79d 58m East) of Sri Lanka. Time stamping and location were read by decoding a Garmin 18 GPS and overlaying it onto the video.
Scientific recording of the annular solar eclipse on 15th January 2010 was carried out from the Island Kayts (Lat +09d 37m North and Long +79d 58m East) of Sri Lanka. Time stamping and location were read by decoding a Garmin 18 GPS and overlaying it onto the video. Copyright by Rohan Munasinghe, Department of Electronic and Telecommunication Engineering, University of Moratuwa, Sri Lanka
Jan. 15: Astronomers believe this rare solar eclipse seen across Africa, Asia and the Indian Ocean may be the longest annular eclipse in more than 1000 years
Rockets launched by ISRO to learn the effects of the solar eclipseUb NewsTo study the effects of the millenniums longest annular solar eclipse Indian space agency is launching five rockets on January 15, 2010. ...and more »
The longest annular solar eclipse of the millennium began on Friday and traveled its way across several African countries. Its path will continue its way through the Indian Ocean and later be observed in India, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, and China.
Images of 15 January 2010 Annular Solar Eclipse around the world
Images of 15 January 2010 Annular Solar Eclipse around the world
Annular Solar eclipse as seen on 15th january 2010. Place: chennai almost 90% eclipse was visible from chennai, Tamilnadu, India. Must watch!
The annular eclipse was only partially visible in chennai - India, and somehow I managed to capture a small part of it in my camera!! Hope you all like it! this was taken just around 2.00pm in hot conditions, using a big camcorder, with a folded up x-ray to block the sunlight... and I had to hold them both AND had to shoot at an awkward angle along with zooming and all... hence, it was really, really difficult to hold it steady, so apologies for the shaky footage... for other pictures and videos, visit my blog akmapicandvid.blogspot.com
Solar Eclipse 2010 - January 15th Photos taken at KGF (Kolar Gold Fields), near Bangalore, India. Used a "Photographic film", folded it to make 3 layer & placed it on the digital camera lens - Canon a1000is (4x zoom + 16x digi. zoom). Made this movie using "Windows Live Movie Maker" "Auto Movie" feature. ::Northern Sleep (Aalborg Ambient Soundtracks)
Christian Science MonitorIn China, a thoroughly modern view of annular solar eclipseChristian Science MonitorO tempora! O mores! There was a time when a once-in-a-millennium event like Friday's annular eclipse of the ...and more »
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ReutersSolar Eclipse January 2010 Live VideoDigital News ReportDigital News Report - The January 15, 2010 eclipse was viewed by millions of people from China to Africa (see video below). This was the longest annular ...Solar Eclipse January 2010: Live pictures and videoOnly Kent (blog)Solar Eclipse January 2010 livePuggal Latest News and eventsSolar Eclipse January 2010, Rare Solar Eclipse in India, ChinaNowPublicGather.com -Island Crisis (blog) -Buzzy Bloggers (blog)all 987 news articles »
Witnessing the longest of this millenium annular solar eclipse in Varkala town, Kerala state, South of India. Community members where we live, brought us special glasses short before the eclipse has started. We used them as a filter for the minidv camera, otherwise filming would not have been possible. In the video you will see an alternative method to watch the eclipse - by projecting sun on the piece of paper using the cartoon sheet with the small hole. The duration of the full overlap between moon and the sun was about 2-3 minutes. The air became fresh, no heat from the sun, less sunlight in the houses - almost like in the early evening. More about our Eclipse Experience: followtheroad.com
This is what people in Africa, the Maldives and India saw on Friday as they looked skyward. . Follow us on twitter at twitter.com
Catch a glimpse of the first solar eclipse of 2010 on January 15. This is the millennium's longest annular solar eclipse, taking place after 106 years. www.istream.in
Solar Eclipse 15th Jan 2010. Video showing the brilliant solar ring as seen from the best viewing spots in India (Rameshwaram, Dhanushkodi, Thiruvananthapuram)