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It is the star that seems to move against the backdrop of the star. It' the way the star seems to walk is referred to as the Ecliptic. Lunar and planetary orbits circle the star in the same planes as the planet and seem to be near the Ecliptic.
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tomorrows flight over parts of Australia, New Zealand and Antarctica. gigya.socialize. showShareBarUI(showShareBarUI_params); The local solstice takes place in the early afternoons, Australia on July 13th, when the lunar period begins. However, only a small part of the lunar will darken the sky and only a few places will actually see the darkness.
NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center (GSFC) estimates that the solar darkness will reach its climax shortly after 3am world time or 1pm Australian time. NASA's GSFC map shows the solar darkness, which extends from its climax over Antarctica to the outskirts of Western Victoria, South Australia and Tasmania. However, the prospects for Australia are quite poor, as the solar darkness will hardly be seen from these places.
Only about 10 per cent of the equatorial total of the equatorial Earth's surface will be covered by the lunar surface during the tip of the CCD. In Melbourne, the working group of the International Astronomical Union for Eclipses of the Solar System has discovered only about two per cent of these. On August 11, the next stellar darkness will appear in the sky over parts of Northern Europe and North-East Asia.
Part of the darkness will be seen from St. Petersburg in Russia, Shanghai in China and Seoul in South Korea.