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2010/2011 winter eclipses

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Roman White
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Poltava, Ukraine

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« Reply #30 on: January 06, 2011, 08:02:00 pm »

P.S. Photoreport to follow (...)

Most successful solar eclipse that I have observed so far...  Smiley

Country road where I set up my equipment. Btw, there was as much as 20...25 cm of snow on the ground.

Eclipse was only 1.5 hours after the sunrise

Binocular projection. (I didn't plan in advance to get those crescent shadows)  Grin

The kind of weather I like! These transparent clouds kept away from the Sun until the very last minutes of the eclipse.  Smiley

Temperature drop measurments (sensor calibrated to 0.2°C)

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SkyWatcher 130/900mm EQ3, Bresser 76/700mm, 20x90 bino. and other, Olympus SP-550UZ
Eclipse & comet chaser, occultation & meteor observer
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