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  • 1. FIGURE 1: ORTHOGRAPHIC PROJECTION MAP OF THE ECLIPSE PATH Total Solar Eclipse of 2009 Jul 22 Ecliptic Conjunction = 02:35:41.9 TD ( = 02:34:36.0 UT ) Greatest Eclipse = 02:36:24.4 TD ( = 02:35:18.5 UT ) Eclipse Magnitude = 1.0799 Gamma = 0.0698 Saros Series = 136 Member = 37 of 71 Sun at Greatest Eclipse Moon at Greatest Eclipse (Geocentric Coordinates) N (Geocentric Coordinates) R.A. = 08h06m24.1s R.A. = 08h06m29.6s Dec. = +20°16'03.0" Dec. = +20°20'07.0" S.D. = 00°15'44.5" S.D. = 00°16'42.7" H.P. = 00°00'08.7" H.P. = 01°01'19.8" 01:30 UT 0 UT P2 0.2 UT 0 02:0 UT 01:00 0.4 0 30 02: 0.6 0 UT P1 Pa :00 th 0.8 of 0 03 To UT W Greatest Eclipse tal E 0 Ec :3 lip 03 Sub Solar se 0.8 UT 0 00 04: 0.6 0 P3 0.4 0 0.2 0 P4 External/Internal External/Internal Contacts of Penumbra Contacts of Umbra P1 = 23:58:16.1 UT U1 = 00:51:14.3 UT P2 = 01:47:39.5 UT U2 = 00:54:28.4 UT P3 = 03:23:00.4 UT S U3 = 04:16:10.5 UT P4 = 05:12:22.6 UT U4 = 04:19:23.9 UT Local Circumstances at Greatest Eclipse Lat. = 24°13.2'N Sun Alt. = 85.9° Constants & Ephemeris Long. = 144°07.0'E Sun Azm. = 197.6° Geocentric Libration (Optical + Physical) ΔT = 65.9 s Path Width = 258.4 km Duration = 06m38.8s k1 = 0.2725076 l = 0.67° k2 = 0.2722810 b = -0.09° Δb = 0.0" Δl = 0.0" 0 1000 2000 3000 4000 5000 c = 10.53° Kilometers Brown Lun. No. = 1071 Eph. = DE200/LE200 NASA 2009 Eclipse Bulletin, Espenak & Anderson NASA 2009 Eclipse Bulletin: “Total Solar Eclipse of 2009 July 22”, F. Espenak & J. Anderson