هدف هاي اين وبلاگ ارتقاي آموزش جغرافیا ارتقاي ديدگاه هاي منطقي معرفي برخي از شيوه هاي نوين آموزش ايجاد پل ارتباطي بين همه کساني که به جغرافیا وآموزش جغرافیا علاقه مندند پاسخ به پرسش هائي که در زمينه کتاب هاي درسي جغرافیا مطرح مي شود معرفي برخي از وب سايت ها و نرم افزارهاي مناسب جغرافیا طرح پرسش ها ،اخبار و سرگرمي هاي جالب جغرافیا مخاطبان وبلاگ دانش آموزان ، معلمان جغرافیا و علوم ، دانشجويان جغرافیا ، استادان آموزش جغرافیا و همّه کساني که به جغرافیا و آموزش آن علاقه مندند

Solar eclipse of July 22, 2009

 

solar eclipse that will take place on Wednesday, July 22, 2009 will be a total eclipse of the Sun with a magnitude of 1.080 that will be visible from a narrow corridor through northern India, eastern Nepal, northern Bangladesh, Bhutan, the northern tip of Myanmar, central China and the Pacific Ocean, including the Ryukyu Islands, Marshall Islands and Kiribati. China will be the only country where this solar eclipse can be seen in its totality.[1][2] Totality will be visible in many Chinese cities such as Chengdu, Chongqing, Wuhan, Hangzhou and Shanghai, as well as over the Three Gorges Dam. A partial eclipse will be seen from the much broader path of the Moon's penumbra, including most of South East Asia and north-eastern Oceania. The eclipse is part of series 136 in the Saros cycle, like the record setting Solar eclipse of July 11, 1991

This is second in the series of three eclipses in a month. There was a lunar eclipse on July 7 and now a solar eclipse on July 22 and then a lunar eclipse on August 6.

This solar eclipse is the longest total solar eclipse that will occur in the twenty-first century, and will not be surpassed in duration until June 13, 2132. Totality will last for up to 6 minutes and 39 seconds, with the maximum eclipse occurring in the ocean at 02:35:21 UTC about 100 km south of the Bonin Islands, southeast of Japan. The North Iwo Jima island is the landmass with totality time closest to maximum.

National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) affirmed after its two decades of Research that Taregana, a place 25 km from Patna in India, is the best location on earth to watch the Total Clear Solar Eclipse on July 22, 2009

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Type of eclipse

Gamma

0.0696

Magnitude

1.0799

Saros

136 (37 of 71)

Maximum eclipse

Duration

398 s (6 min 38.8 s)

Location

Pacific Ocean

Coordinates

24°12′36″N 144°06′24″E / 24.21°N 144.10667°E / 24.21; 144.10667

Max. width of band

258.4 km

Times (UTC)

Partial eclipse

23:58:18 (Jul 21)

Total eclipse

00:51:16

Central eclipse

00:54:31

Greatest eclipse

02:35:21

 

 

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