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An annular eclipse occurs when the Sun and Moon are exactly in line, but the apparent size of the Moon is smaller than that of the Sun. Hence the Sun appears as a very bright ring, or annulus, surrounding the outline of the Moon. Planetary Society, India in association Andhra Pradesh State Council of Science and Technology & Dr.K.V.Rao Scientific Society with a motive to create awareness among school students has undertaken activities. Activities like Space Simulator (Students created simulations of solar eclipse as seen from 50 different countries), Media Discussions on the subject and others are already planned. Importantly State Level Press conference Compact Disk, Poster, Presentation of Simulated Animations of Eclipse with experts like Prof. G. Yellaiah, Dept of Astronomy, O.U., N. Sri Raghunandan Kumar, General Secretary were conducted.
15 Jan 2010
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8 Mar 2010
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3 Feb 2010
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Annular Solar Eclipse 2010 January 15.The total eclipses in 2008 and 2009 had considerable difficulty with the weather.This annular eclipse serves up its benefits to many locations between Africa and China,and the most difficult selection may be between countries beset by one form of conflict or another.Thanks to the dry winter season,good weather can be found across much of Africa,the Indian Ocean,India,Burma,and southwest China.Mountains should be avoided.Southern India is attractive and central Burma offers the best weather of all. Winds are light generally,fog is rare.temperatures on the plateaus are tolerable,and those near sea level a trifle hot.No region is without its cloudy days, and quick movement to a sunnier location is not easily done in rugged terrain or where roads are limited, so the best advice is to pick carefully at the start and hope for “climatological” weather on eclipse day.
10 May 2010
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Annular Solar Eclipse 2010 January 15.The total eclipses in 2008 and 2009 had considerable difficulty with the weather.This annular eclipse serves up its benefits to many locations between Africa and China,and the most difficult selection may be between countries beset by one form of conflict or another.Thanks to the dry winter season,good weather can be found across much of Africa,the Indian Ocean,India,Burma,and southwest China.Mountains should be avoided.Southern India is attractive and central Burma offers the best weather of all. Winds are light generally,fog is rare.temperatures on the plateaus are tolerable,and those near sea level a trifle hot.No region is without its cloudy days, and quick movement to a sunnier location is not easily done in rugged terrain or where roads are limited, so the best advice is to pick carefully at the start and hope for “climatological” weather on eclipse day.
10 May 2010
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Solar eclipse as seen in Kerala
18 Jan 2010
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Solar eclipse 2010,
16 Jan 2010
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