Glorious Eclipses (Slide Set Number 74)
 
  • Slide 1: Photograph of the solar eclipse of July 11, 1991 at totality taken by Roland and Marjorie Christen of Astro-Physics at San Jose del Cabo in Baja California.
  • Slide 2: Multiexposure photograph of the July 11, 1991 total solar eclipse made by Akira Fujii, Hiroyuki Tomioka and Yonematsu Shiono in central La Paz, Baja.
  • Slide 3: Total solar eclipse of July 11, 1991 as seen from the top of Mauna Kea on Hawaii with high clouds and airborne material from volcanic eruptions. Picture taken by Richard Wainscoat of the University of Hawaii's Institute for Astronomy.
  • Slide 4: Photograph of the solar corona during totality July 11, 1991 made by astrophotographer Shigemi Numazawa.
  • Slide 5: Flash spectrum of the solar chromosphere recorded by Ann and Paul Shubert of Lawndale, California, observing the July 11, 1991 solar eclipse from La Paz, Baja, California.
  • Slide 6: Partial phase of the July 11, 1991 solar eclipse recorded by Daniel Good of Lancaster, Pennsylvania at La Paz, Baja, California. Shows several prominent sunspots and rugged terrain along the lunar limb.
  • Slide 7: A solar prominence photographed at the instant totality ended, July 11, 1991. Photographed by Dennis diCicco at La Paz, Baja, California.
  • Slide 8: Solar eclipse of February 26, 1979 photographed by E. Hattendorf, Jr., S. Wissler, C. Mitchell, A. Schiano and A. Hall showing an arc of the solar chromosphere with pronounced prominence activity.
  • Slide 9: "Diamond ring" recorded by James Curry of Dallas, Texas just as totality ended July 11, 1991 at La Paz, Baja, California.
  • Slide 10: Eclipse of June, 1973 photographed by Kazuo Shiota at Eliye Springs on Lake Rudolf, Kenya, Africa showing details of the solar corona. Eclipse occurred during a period of minimum solar activity.
  • Slide 11: Photograph of March 7, 1970 eclipse showing corona during maximum solar activity. Taken by George H. East, Jr. of Massachusetts at South Mills, North Carolina.
  • Slide 12: Annular eclipse of December 24, 1973 in a time-lapse photograph by Dennis diCicco on the northwest coast of Costa Rica.
  • Slide 13: September 23, 1987 annular eclipse in a sequence of exposures taken by Akira Fujii at Pinyao, China.
  • Slide 14: Photograph of annular eclipse May 30, 1984 taken by Dennis diCicco at Greer, South Carolina. Shows Baily's beads, solar prominences and other features of the inner corona.
  • Slide 15: Dennis diCicco photograph at Greer, South Carolina of the May 30, 1984 annular eclipse.
  • Slide 16: Seven image composite photograph of a total lunar eclipse produced by Akira Fujii.
  • Slide 17: Photograph of a partial phase of the July 5-6, 1982 total lunar eclipse taken by Dennis diCicco.
  • Slide 18: Wide-field photograph by Dennis diCicco of thew July 5-6, 1982 total lunar eclipse set against the stars of Sagittarius.
  • Slide 19: Dennis di Cicco photograph of the total lunar eclipse of November 18-19, 1975 taken at the Harvard College Observatory, Cambridge, Massachusetts.
 
 

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