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Total Solar Eclipse 2016

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A presentation for the teachers and students at Ternate for the total solar eclipse

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Total Solar Eclipse 2016

  1. 1. TOTAL SOLAR ECLIPSE 2016
  2. 2. Remember these names • Wai Chun Yue (Hong Kong Astronomical Society) • Chu Kwong Lau (Hong Kong Astronomical Society) • Yui Ching Tang (Hong Kong Astronomical Society) • Wai Lun Cheung (Hong Kong Astronomical Society) • Wayne Fong (Hong Kong Astronomical Society) • Ping Chung Ian Lee (Hong Kong Astronomical Society) • Mei Ki Wong (Hong Kong Astronomical Society) • Marcelo Domingues (CAsB - Brasilia Astronomy Club) • Beldea Catalin • Farahhati Mumtahana (LAPAN) • Johan Muhammad (LAPAN) • Clara Yono Yatini (LAPAN) • Mamat Ruhimat (LAPAN) • Anton Winarko (LAPAN) • Andi Aris (LAPAN) • Naito Seiichiro (NAOJ) • Hiroko Komiyama (NAOJ) • Sze-leung Cheung (IAU/NAOJ) • Avivah Yamani (langitselatan)
  3. 3. One of the rarest and most spectacular astronomical events
  4. 4. Credit: Sze-leung Cheung
  5. 5. Credit: Sze-leung Cheung
  6. 6. Credit: Sze-leung Cheung
  7. 7. What will we do today?
  8. 8. Group 1 - 5 Group 6 - 10 9:00 - 10:00 Lecture on Total Solar Eclipse 10:00 – 10:45 Solar Observation DIY Solar Filters 11:00 – 11:45 DIY Solar Filters Solar Observation 11:45 – 12:00 Conclusion
  9. 9. • One piece of filter for 8 person • 0.5 piece of filter for each school. Each school please send 1 teacher to classroom 1 to take the filter • Please give us your name, email and school names for record • And please send us photos of how you use these filters by email at outreach@iau.org
  10. 10. What is solar eclipse?
  11. 11. Partial solar eclipse Total Solar Eclipse
  12. 12. Annular Solar Eclipse
  13. 13. First contact 2nd contact 3rd contact 4th contact Total Annular Partial
  14. 14. Credit: Sze-leung Cheung
  15. 15. Why solar eclipse happens?
  16. 16. Credit: Russell Croman
  17. 17. View from Stereo Spacecraft Credit: NASA, GSFC
  18. 18. 火衛二食日火衛一食日 Solar Eclipse as seen from Mars
  19. 19. Total Solar Eclipse Annular Solar Eclipse Moon orbit Moon orbit Moon Moon Sun Sun Earth Earth Total Solar Eclipse path Annular Solar Eclipse path
  20. 20. Total solar eclipse can be seen Only partial solar eclipse can be seen
  21. 21. Map produced by Xavier Jubier
  22. 22. Credit: Fred Espenak Ternate 1st Contact 08:36 2nd Contact 09:51 3rd Contact 09:54 4th Contact 11:20 Duration: 2 min 45 seconds
  23. 23. What can we see during the totality?
  24. 24. Diamond Ring
  25. 25. Credit: Fred Espenak Diamond Ring
  26. 26. Credit: Sze-leung Cheung
  27. 27. Credit: Luc Viatour Prominence Corona
  28. 28. Credit: Pearson Education, Addison Wesley 核心
  29. 29. Composite Corona 110a (T06-cmp110aw) A composite image from 22 separate exposures was produced using Adobe Photoshop CS2. Total Solar Eclipse of 2006 March 29 (Jalu, LIBYA) Nikon D200 and Vixen 90mm f/9 Fluorite Refractor, 1 to 1/1000 second
  30. 30. Baily’s Beads
  31. 31. The horizon
  32. 32. Totality Over Zambia (T01-09) The eerie twilight of totality is seen against a backdrop of thorn acacia trees in this wide-angle photograph shot. Total Solar Eclipse of 2001 Jun 21 (Chisamba, ZAMBIA) Nikon 8008, Sigma 20mm at f/5.6
  33. 33. Shadow bands
  34. 34. Credit: Sze-leung Cheung Shadow bands
  35. 35. How to observe the solar eclipse?
  36. 36. Solar observation is extremely dangerous It may cause eye damage and blindness
  37. 37. Never do these…..
  38. 38. 目視用太陽濾光片 Block more than 99.999% sunlight
  39. 39. 目視用太陽濾光片
  40. 40. Credit: David Leong
  41. 41. Credit: David Leong
  42. 42. Credit: David Leong
  43. 43. Credit: Will Galloway Pinhole Projections Credit: Rob Rutten
  44. 44. 針孔投影法 Credit: Peonie Wong
  45. 45. 画像提供:西崎慎一郎氏
  46. 46. Pin hole White paper window
  47. 47. Fisheye View of Totality (T06-118w) Pat Totten and Fred Espenak are seen with the totally eclipsed Sun. (11:22 UT) Total Solar Eclipse of 2006 March 29 (Jalu, LIBYA) Nikon N90s & 16mm Fisheye, f/5.6, auto (ISO 200)
  48. 48. Telescope observation Eclipse Sequence at Lake Hazar (T99-03w) The eerie twilight sky of totality is seen above of Lake Hazar, Turkey. phases of the eclipse from start to finish. Total Solar Eclipse of 1999 Aug 11 (TURKEY) Nikon N8008 and Sigma 18-35mm zoom Exposure: f/5.6, auto, Royal Gold 200
  49. 49. Bad weather……..

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