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total eclipse

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total eclipse

[′tōd·əl i′klips]
(astronomy)
An eclipse that obscures the entire surface of the moon or sun.
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It will also be a total eclipse, the last one until May 2021.
The start of the partial eclipse, when the moon is partly covered by the shadow of the earth, is at 5.30am, and the total eclipse begins at 6.41am.
Total eclipse ends : The umbra starts moving away from the Moon's face after totality
on July 28 Taipei time, with the total eclipse beginning at 3.30 a.m.
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QUETTA: A total eclipse of the moon will occur on Wednesday 31st January 2018.
KARACHI -- Total eclipse of moon will also be visible in Pakistan, at moonrise time, on January 31, said Director, Climate Data Processing Centre (CDPC) here on Tuesday.
A report by National Geographic calls it a 'total eclipse of the blue supermoon.'
WELSH singer Bonnie Tyler has topped the iTunes chart in the US with her 1983 hit after she belted out Total Eclipse of the Heart - during the total eclipse.
The coast-to-coast total eclipse was the first one in almost a century and they were all making the most of it.
I believe they were not 'total eclipse', but I remember how excited I was during my childhood days because for me and my playmates, it was like watching a magical show.

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