partial eclipse


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partial eclipse

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partial eclipse

[′pär·shəl i′klips]
(astronomy)
An eclipse in which only part of the source of light is obscured.
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The Americans live in neighbouring states - along the path of penumbra - are going to see a partial eclipse.
National Grid will be looking to see what lessons can be picked up from across the Atlantic later this month, where a partial eclipse will cover parts of California on August 21.
Event organised by the House of Science to look at the partial eclipse.
Scientists say that another "deep" partial eclipse visible in the UK will not occur until August 12, 2026.
A source at the center, added according a statement issued by the ministry "The partial eclipse tart at 8:25 minutes in the morning Baghdad time and ended vision at 10:36 and lasted for two hours and 11 minutes, noting that" the vision rate was an average of 20% in Iraq, noting that the annular eclipse of the world will see in the continents of Africa and Asia regions.
In addition to Lebanon, other Middle Eastern countries that will experience the partial eclipse include Saudi Arabia, Iraq, Jordan, Palestine, Egypt, Syria, Libya, Tunis, Algeria, Morocco and Mauritania, according to the International Astronomical Center based in Abu Dhabi.
Washington, April 25 ( ANI ): A partial eclipse will be visible across Australia on Tuesday afternoon, April 29.
On Sunday in the eastern United States, the sun will rise with a large bite taken out of it by the moon -- a partial eclipse at dawn.
In the eastern United States, viewers may catch a partial eclipse close to sunrise at 6:30 am in the Eastern Standard Time Zone (1130GMT).
39 am local time, a partial eclipse was visible in other parts of Australia, New Zealand, Chile and Antarctica.
If the weather cooperates, local residents will have another sky watching opportunity this weekend, when there will be a partial eclipse of the sun.
Those not in the direct path of the eclipse see only a partial eclipse, where the moon appears to take a crescent-shape bite out of the sun.