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Some members travelled to Argentina to view the 2019 Solar Eclipse, images below are from Janice McClean [Show...read more
Members Mike, Rita, Jean and Brian travelled to Northern Australia to see this eclipse. Eclipse Predictions by Fred Espenak, NASA’s GSFC Images by Mike Rushton [Show thumbnails] [Show thumbnails] All images are copyright. Permission must be sought to from the...read more
A number of members went out to Easter Island and Hao Atoll to watch the 2010 total solar eclipse on July 11, 2010. This is obviously a very remote area but the locals were well prepared and treated us astronomers really well. It was touch and go at times as to if the...read more
There were no obvious prominences for this eclipse and cloud almost spoiled it, however we were lucky and the cloud cleared or thinned out for the duration of totality, Venus was clearly visible overhead. Eclipse observed by half a dozen members. Images by Mike...read more
This eclipse was special for its colours around the horizon. There were wonderful oranges and reds all around, the clouds lit up, some dark in silhouette, some golden, glowing yellowy-orange in the distance. You could see the shadow approaching against the clouds and...read more
Two teams of Crayford members went to image the March 2006 total eclipse: Libya: Arthur Cockburn, Jean & Brian Felles, Mike Rushton and Rita Whiting Turkey: Andrew Barber, Martin Crow, Malcolm Gough, Keith Rickard and Julian Tworek Eclipse Predictions by Fred...read more
Keith Rickard travelled to Plaza Mayor in Madrid to observe the Annular Eclipse. This location was very close to the centre line of the eclipse path. In the UK there was a partial eclipse and Honor Wheeler and Julian Tworek imaged it, Honor in white light and Julian...read more
A total solar eclipse is an unforgettable experience anywhere in the world but to stand beneath the Moon’s shadow in Antarctica must surely be the most memorable. I was fortunate to be one of the 98 passengers on board the Russian icebreaker ‘Kapitan...read more
The eclipse site was a few miles north of Dalvik on the west coast of Eyjafjordur in the North of Iceland. All pictures were taken by Brian Felles. Maximum Duration 3m 37sType Annular [Show...read more
Member Jean Felles travelled with her husband, Brian to Australia to view this Eclipse. The eclipse site was situated at KOOLYMILKA, North West of Woomera, South Australia. Position: 30º 57.443’S and 136º 31.464’E. Local time = UT +10½ hours [Show...read more
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