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Horizontaal
Eclipses
Earth, moon and sun positions, the moon's phases
Eclipse 2001 solar eclipse, lunar eclipse, eclipse event
Eclipse homepage eclipses of the sun, eclipses of the moon, containing maps and tables for 7,000 years of eclipses and includes information on eclipse photography, observing tips and eye safety information, eclipse, ephemeris, lunar, moon, solar, sun, total, transit, Penumbral Lunar Eclipse, Total Lunar Eclipse, Hybrid Solar Eclipse, Total Solar Eclipse, Partial Solar Eclipse, Partial Lunar Eclipse, Annular Solar Eclipse, Transit of Mercury
Eclipse science an eclipse occurs when the moon comes between the earth and the sun (a solar eclipse), or the earth comes between the moon and the sun (a lunar eclipse), a tip
Eclipses
Eclipses
Eclipses eclipses, be they solar or lunar, occur when the Earth, Sun and Moon are in a line. If the Moon is in-between the Earth and the Sun, it blocks the view of the Sun from some parts of the Earth, and this produces a solar eclipse. If, on the contrary, it is the Earth that is in-between the Sun and Moon, then the earth will block the light from the Sun before it can get to the Moon. Since moonlight is just the light the Moon reflects from the Sun, this will darken the Moon, and we get a lunar eclipse
Eclipses during 2003 during the year 2003, there will be two solar eclipses and two lunar eclipses
Solar and lunar eclipse
Solar and Lunar Eclipses of 2008, 2009 & 2010
Sun and moon rising and setting phases of the moon, eclipses, positions of sun and moon, ...
Upcoming eclipses of the sun and moon upcoming eclipses of the sun and moon
transit of Venus
Zon-en maansverduisteringen in het weer nader verklaard in Dutch
Horizontaal
Lunar eclipse
Lunar eclipse
Lunar eclipse
Lunar eclipse
Lunar eclipse
Lunar eclipse photography
Lunar eclipse: october 27-28, 2004
Lunar eclipses for beginners what is an eclipse of the Moon? What causes eclipses and why? How often do eclipses happen and when is the next eclipse of the Moon? You'll learn the answers to these questions and more in MrEclipse's primer on lunar eclipses
Lunar eclipse gallery
Mechanics of lunar eclipses a lunar eclipse happens at a full moon, when the moon's tilted orbit brings it into the Earth's shadow, which can then be seen cast onto the Moon
Total eclipse of the sun from the moon total eclipse of the sun from the moon
What is a lunar eclipse? lunar eclipse
Why an eclipse paints the moon red?
Horizontaal
Solar eclipse
Eclips 99 in Dutch
eclipse'99
Eclipse chaser
Solar eclipse
Solar Eclipse Solar eclipses occur when a new moon passes directly between Earth and the sun. These eclipses are observable only within or near the path where the moon's shadow falls on Earth
Solar eclipse stories
Eclips 99: de zonsverduistering op 4 december 2002 zal de volgende totale zonsverduistering plaatsvinden. Deze zal te zien zijn vanuit Zuid-Afrika, de Indische Oceaan en Zuid-AustraliŽ, in Dutch
ECLIPSE 1999
Mechanics of sun eclipses all solar eclipses involve the moon passing between the earth and the sun, and casting a shadow on the earth
Solar & lunar eclipses
Solar Eclipse Atlases Solar Eclipse Atlas Map: 1981-2000, Solar Eclipse Atlas Map: 2001-2020
Solar Eclipse Maps
Solar eclipses Past, Present, and Future Eclipses
Wat is een zonsverduistering? af en toe schuift de maan voor de zon langs en wordt de heldere zonneschijf gedeeltelijk of totaal afgedekt. Dit noemen we een zonsverduistering, in Dutch
Wat is een zonsverduistering? Men spreekt van een eclips of verduistering als een hemellichaam een ander verduistert, zij het door er schijnbaar voor te schuiven, zij het door er haar schaduw op te werpen. De bekendste, en tevens meest spectaculaire soort verduisteringen, zijn de zons- en maansverduisteringen. Bij een maansverduistering komt de maan in de schaduwkegel van de aarde terecht, waardoor ze dus geen licht meer ontvangt van de zon, en dus donker wordt, vaak dieprood. Maansverduisteringen komen zowat om het jaar voor, en zijn vaak over grote delen van de aarde waarneembaar, in Dutch
What causes an eclipse? an eclipse occurs at those times when the Moon moves into a position of direct alignment with the Sun and the Earth
World Atlas Solar Eclipses The following atlas of world maps show the path of every total, annular and hybrid solar eclipse visible from Earth during the five millennium period -1999 to +3000 (2000 BCE to 3000 CE). The maps are broken down into 20 year intervals
Zonsverduistering van 11 augustus 1999 in Dutch
Zonsverduistering van 31 mei 2003 in Dutch

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