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The solar eclipse in Africa seen from space

Posted by Vitaliy Egorov on 2013/11/05 11:35 CST

On Sunday, the shadow of the Moon passed across Africa and the Atlantic Ocean. This was the last solar eclipse of the year. The Elektro-L satellite was able to observe the eclipse, and we can see the darkness of the lunar shadow covering Africa.

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Anahita's first eclipse

Posted by Emily Lakdawalla on 2011/12/13 10:29 CST

Emily wakes up her 5-year-old daughter to experience her first lunar eclipse.

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