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What eclipse happened in 2013?

What eclipse happened in 2013?

of November 3, 2013
It was the 23rd eclipse of the 143rd Saros cycle, which began with a partial eclipse on March 7, 1617 and will conclude with a partial eclipse on April 23, 2897. This hybrid solar eclipse started annular solar eclipse and ended total solar eclipse….

Solar eclipse of November 3, 2013
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Was there a solar eclipse in 2013?

The first solar eclipse of 2013 occurs at the Moon’s descending node in eastern Ares. An annular eclipse will be visible from a 171 to 225 kilometre-wide track that traverses Australia, eastern Papua New Guinea, the Solomon Islands, and the Gilbert Islands.

Was there a solar eclipse in 2019?

The next solar eclipse will be an annular eclipse on Dec. 26, 2019. While the moon will be directly in front of the sun, it will be too far away from Earth to completely cover the sun’s disk. Hence, this type of eclipse is known as a “ring of fire” eclipse.

Is there going to be a solar eclipse in 2021?

It will be visible in North America. It will be followed on the next New Moon—December 4, 2021—with that most dramatic kind of eclipse of all, a total solar eclipse.

Is there any eclipse in Dec 2020?

Solar Eclipse (Surya Grahan) 2020: Apart from Chile and Argentina, people living in southern parts of South America, south-west Africa and Antarctica will be able to witness a partial solar eclipse. Solar Eclipse 2020: The total solar eclipse on December 14, Monday will be the last eclipse of the year.

When did the lunar eclipse happen in 2013?

1 Partial Lunar Eclipse of April 25. The first lunar eclipse of 2013 occurs at the Moon’s ascending node in southern Virgo about 12° east of Spica (mv = +1.05). 2 Annular Solar Eclipse of May 10. 3 Penumbral Lunar Eclipse of May 25. 4 Penumbral Lunar Eclipse of October 18. 5 Total Solar Eclipse of November 3.

Where was the hybrid solar eclipse in 2013?

A still from a video shows the hybrid solar eclipse of Nov. 3, 2013. The video was taken by taken by ESA satellite Proba-2 using its SWAP imager, which snaps the sun in ultraviolet light. An unusual hybrid eclipse began in the western Atlantic Ocean and crossed into central Africa.

What did NASA do for the solar eclipse?

NASA’s Solar Eclipse Bulletins were special publications issued periodically that focused on major upcoming solar eclipses. Each bulletin contained detailed eclipse predictions, local circumstances, maps and climatological data along the eclipse path.

Who is responsible for calculating the solar eclipse?

The NASA eclipse bulletins ended with the 2010 eclipse bulletin. All eclipse calculations are by Fred Espenak, and he assumes full responsibility for their accuracy.

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