Imagenes: Eclipse de Sol Nov. 2013

By: serazul , 1:08 PM GMT on November 04, 2013

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Este domingo los habitantes de la Tierra tuvieron la suerte de contemplar un poco frecuente fenómeno celeste: el eclipse solar híbrido, que ocurre unas 10 veces cada siglo y que varía entre total y anular según desde donde se observe.

El fenómeno comenzó en el Atlántico frente a la costa este de EE.UU. y avanzó hacia el este a través de ese océano y por toda África Central. El eclipse parcial se pudo ver en el este de América del Norte y central, en los países del norte de América del Sur y también en Europa.
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1. DaveFive
1:54 PM GMT on November 06, 2013
Hello serazul, I am Dave from San Jose, California. USA. I do like your photo on the solar eclipes, I have never seen or been around when their was a total solar eclipes of the sun because I am in an area by lattitude where a total eclipes has never happened. I sure would like to see one. I do understand that the sky turns into night for 10 minutes or longer and the birds and other animals go to sleep and then it becomes light again. Thank you for showing that photo. The weather here in San Jose is fair and the temperature is 45*F.
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