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Cinema EIT: Movies from the SOHO Extreme ultraviolet Imaging Telescope
Cinema EIT: Movies from the SOHO Extreme ultraviolet Imaging Telescope. The following GIF movies, viewable with most Web viewers released in mid-1996 or ...
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RP 1398: Eastern Europe to the Black Sea
The probability of seeing the eclipse reaches 63% at the Black Sea ports of ... According to Dr. Szécsényi-Nagy of Loránd Eötvös University, the weather in ...
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NASA RP 1369: Weather: Mongolia
This is a cold weather eclipse, and the best sites will be determined by the temperature rather than the cloud cover. Mongolia is likely to be the first ...
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RP 1398: Coping with the Weather on Eclipse Day
Long range forecasts for Europe from the National Weather Service (NWS) in the United States and the European Centre for Medium Range Weather Forecasting ...
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RP 1398: Coping with the Weather on Eclipse Day
Long range forecasts for Europe from the National Weather Service (NWS) in the United States and the European Centre for Medium Range Weather Forecasting ...
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NASA RP 1318: What Controls the Weather?
The Pacific high and the Brazilian low regulate the weather over the land portion of this eclipse. The Atlantic high, lying closer to the African coast, ...
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Solar Eclipse Images
Still pictures will be posted as we receive them, though it will be some days before we begin ... The Total Solar Eclipse of 1994 November 3. Still images ...
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NASA RP 1383: Weather: South America
... rainfall is only 3 mm in February, compared to over 950 mm in October. ... This part of northern South America - across northern Colombia and ... Still, northern South America is not completely without major winter weather systems. ...
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NASA RP 1398: Elements, Shadow Contacts, and Eclipse Path Tables
The following columns list each of the four eclipse contact times followed by their related contact position angles and the corresponding altitude of the ...
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SDAC Home Page
Solar images, solar news, eclipse information, solar data, Sun pictures, NASA solar physics programs.
 
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