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Solar eclipse[1]
Solar eclipse[1]
Solar eclipse[1]
Solar eclipse[1]
Solar eclipse[1]
Solar eclipse[1]
Solar eclipse[1]
Solar eclipse[1]
Solar eclipse[1]
Solar eclipse[1]
Solar eclipse[1]
Solar eclipse[1]
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Solar eclipse[1]

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  • 1. What to look for during an eclipse
  • 2. Our sun
  • 3. Sunspots
  • 4. First Contact
  • 5. Second Contact First Contact Second Contact
  • 6. Bailey's Beads
  • 7. Diamond Ring
  • 8. Crimson Chromosphere
  • 9. Solar Corona
  • 10. Prominences
  • 11. Ending Contacts Third Contact Fourth Contact
  • 12. Eclipse Animation
    • http://www.comet-track.com/eclipse/secl99/video/NA2nd. mov

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