[ASA] ASA Factsheet - Solar Eclipse 14 November

John O'Byrne john.obyrne at sydney.edu.au
Thu Nov 1 16:47:28 AEDT 2012

A reminder that an ASA Factsheet is available, describing the upcoming Solar Eclipse early on the morning of Wednesday 14 November (less than 2 weeks away).  

The path of totality eclipse will begin at sunrise in the north of Australia in Arnhem Land and cross Cape York to near Cairns before moving out into the Pacific.   For the rest of Australia outside the path of totality the eclipse will be seen as a partial eclipse of the Sun in the early morning or at sunrise.

The sheet has been posted on the ASA's Australian Astronomy web site (http://www.astronomy.org.au).  The  specific link is:

ASA Factsheets are intended to help you in answering any requests for information that you might receive.  They may be freely copied for wide distribution provided the Australian Astronomy and ASA logos are retained.



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