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A Partial Eclipse from Catalonia (over 65% depending on the place of observation)

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Astronomy an Meteorology Department distributed informative leaflets ang proteccion glasses to the diferent observation points in Barcelona and the schools which had solicited it. List
 

Map of the Eclipse

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Map of the Eclipse

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The eclipse in the media

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Observation places

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Observation places

Some teams of the Department of Astronomy and Meteorology of UB are going to do public observing with telescopes and to lend eclipse glasses:

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Map of the Eclipse

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Broadcast from Barcelona

Eclipse live webcast maked by a team of the Department of Astronomy and Meteorology at:

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simulation of the 20th March 2015 eclipse

Diptic eclipsi 200315 1.jpg Diptic eclipsi 200315 2.jpg Broadcast leaflet
 

A Partial Eclipse from Catalonia (63.4%)

The Total Solar Eclipse will be visible from Svalbard and the Faroe Islands. Will partially eclipse from Iceland, Europe, Asia and North East and West Africa.

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The table below specifies the start time of the eclipse, the magnitude at that moment, time and magnitude of the maximum, and the end time.

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The table below specifies the time of beginning, maximum and end of the eclipse, as well as the magnitude and obscuration at maximum, for the main Spanish cities.
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Map of the Eclipse

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 Lat. = 64º25.9'N ; Long. =006º38.8'W

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Contact I: Starting partiality. The disc of the Moon is externally tangent to the Sun.

I = 09:09:32.7 TU

Contact II: Starting totality. The disc of the Moon is internally tangent to the disc of the Sun.

II = 09:16:12.2 TU

Contact III: End of totality. The disc of the moon is internally tangent again . But to the other side.

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Contact IV: End of partiality. The disc of the moon is externally tangent again. But to the other side.

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Albacete   9 4 22   10 8 15   11 17 39   0.689   61.9
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Ávila   9 4 33   10 8 10   11 17 17   0.737   67.8
 
Badajoz   9 0 36   10 2 59   11 10 60   0.720   65.7
Barcelona   9 11 10   10 16 50   11 27 36   0.701   63.4
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Càceres   9 1 47   10 4 32   11 12 54   0.727   66.6
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Cáceres   9 1 47   10 4 32   11 12 54   0.727   66.6
Cádiz   8 57 57   9 59 35   11 6 57   0.673   59.9
 
Castelló de la Plana   9 7 11   10 11 53   11 21 56   0.693   62.5
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Córdoba   9 0 43   10 3 21   11 11 40   0.689   61.9
Cuenca   9 5 37   10 9 47   11 19 25   0.710   64.5
 
Donostia-San Sebastià   9 10 24   10 15 28   11 25 40   0.763   71.1
Girona   9 12 36   10 18 35   11 29 34   0.706   64.1
Granada   9 0 39   10 3 19   11 11 41   0.668   59.4
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La Corunya   9 6 17   10 9 26   11 17 54   0.802   76.0
Les Palmes de Gran C   8 45 8   9 39 6   10 38 18   0.548   45.1
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Las Palmas de Gran C   8 45 8   9 39 6   10 38 18   0.548   45.1
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Palma de Mallorca   9 9 9   10 14 21   11 24 46   0.666   59.1
Pamplona   9 9 55   10 14 58   11 25 11   0.752   69.8
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Soria   9 7 45   10 12 19   11 22 13   0.741   68.3
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Contactes amb l'ombra

Contacte I: Inici de la parcialitat. El disc de la Lluna és tangent exteriorment al disc del Sol

I = 09:09:32.7 TU

Contacte II: Inici de la totalitat. El disc de la Lluna és tangent interiorment al disc del Sol

II = 09:16:12.2 TU

Contacte III: Fi de la totalitat. El disc de la Lluna torna a ser tangent interiorment però a l'altre cantó

III = 10:14:43.6 TU

Contacte IV: Fi de la parcialitat. El disc de la Lluna torna a ser tangent exteriorment però a l'altre cantó

IV =10:21:22.3 TU

L'eclispsi al món

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Contact I: Starting partiality. The disc of the Moon is externally tangent to the Sun.

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Contact II: Starting totality. The disc of the Moon is internally tangent to the disc of the Sun.

II = 09:16:12.2 TU

Contact III: End of totality. The disc of the moon is internally tangent again . But to the other side.

III = 10:14:43.6 TU

Contact IV: End of partiality. The disc of the moon is externally tangent again. But to the other side.

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Albacete   9 4 22   10 8 15   11 17 39   0.689   61.9
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A Partial Eclipse from Catalonia (63.4%)

The Total Solar Eclipse will be visible from Svalbard and the Faroe Islands. Will partially from Iceland, Europe, Asia and North East and West Africa.

On Friday 20 March 2015 will be a Total Solar Eclipse visible from Catalonia as partial. The eclipse will begin its journey to the North Atlantic and advance, culminating on the Faroe Islands and then going to Svalbard. In the rest of Europe will be a partial eclipse. In Iceland, Scotland and Norway partiallity will be higher than 90%.

In the Iberian Peninsula the best position to observe it is the northwest where you can reach 76% of ocultation.

The table below specifies the start time of the eclipse, the magnitude at that moment, time and magnitude of the maximum, and the end time.

To enjoy a good observation it's necessary being located in a place where it will be visible from the southeast horizon, where the sun will rise.

Always remember watching the sun without taking appropriate precautions may cause serious eye injuries that can even lead to permanent loss of vision.

Map of the Eclipse

Ecliptic Conjunction= 09:36:10.6 TU

Greatest Eclipse= 09:45:39.2 TU

Eclipse Magnitud= 1.0446 ; Gamma =0.9454

Saros Series= 120 ; Member= 61 de 71

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Circumstances of the Greatest Eclipse

Maximum: Moment when the center of the disc of the Moon passes closest to the center of the disk of the Sun.

Lat. = 64º25.9'N ; Long. =006º38.8'W

Alt. Sun = 18.5º ; Azm. Sun =135.0º

Path Width= 462.6 Km ; Duration= 02 m46.9 s

Contactes amb l'ombra

Contacte I: Inici de la parcialitat. El disc de la Lluna és tangent exteriorment al disc del Sol

I = 09:09:32.7 TU

Contacte II: Inici de la totalitat. El disc de la Lluna és tangent interiorment al disc del Sol

II = 09:16:12.2 TU

Contacte III: Fi de la totalitat. El disc de la Lluna torna a ser tangent interiorment però a l'altre cantó

III = 10:14:43.6 TU

Contacte IV: Fi de la parcialitat. El disc de la Lluna torna a ser tangent exteriorment però a l'altre cantó

IV =10:21:22.3 TU

L'eclispsi al món

En aquest enllaç es poden trobar les característiques de l'eclipsi per qualsevol lloc el món

L'eclipsi a la península ibèrica

Les hores de la taula són en horari local.

Enfosquiment: Percentatge de Sol cobert per la Lluna

Magnitud: Fracció del diàmetre solar cobert per la Lluna

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Albacete   9 4 22   10 8 15   11 17 39   0.689   61.9
Alacant   9 4 40   10 8 39   11 18 8   0.668   59.3
Almeria   9 1 6   10 3 56   11 12 25   0.654   57.6
Àvila   9 4 33   10 8 10   11 17 17   0.737   67.8
Badajoz   9 0 36   10 2 59   11 10 60   0.720   65.7
Barcelona   9 11 10   10 16 50   11 27 36   0.701   63.4
Bilbao   9 9 37   10 14 23   11 24 21   0.768   71.7
Burgos   9 7 43   10 12 4   11 21 45   0.758   70.5
Càceres   9 1 47   10 4 32   11 12 54   0.727   66.6
Càdis   8 57 57   9 59 35   11 6 57   0.673   59.9
Castelló de la Plana   9 7 11   10 11 53   11 21 56   0.693   62.5
Ceuta   8 57 50   9 59 27   11 6 49   0.655   57.8
Ciudad Real   9 2 47   10 6 5   11 14 59   0.703   63.6
Còrdova   9 0 43   10 3 21   11 11 40   0.689   61.9
Conca   9 5 37   10 9 47   11 19 25   0.710   64.5
Donostia-San Sebastià   9 10 24   10 15 28   11 25 40   0.763   71.1
Girona   9 12 36   10 18 35   11 29 34   0.706   64.1
Granada   9 0 39   10 3 19   11 11 41   0.668   59.4
Guadalajara   9 5 36   10 9 40   11 19 10   0.726   66.5
Huelva   8 58 27   10 0 12   11 7 41   0.691   62.1
Osca   9 9 56   10 15 9   11 25 34   0.733   67.4
Jaen   9 1 16   10 4 8   11 12 40   0.680   60.8
La Corunya   9 6 17   10 9 26   11 17 54   0.802   76.0
Les Palmes de Gran C   8 45 8   9 39 6   10 38 18   0.548   45.1
Lleó   9 6 48   10 10 40   11 19 52   0.774   72.5
Lleida   9 10 5   10 15 26   11 25 59   0.717   65.3
Logronyo   9 8 48   10 13 32   11 23 32   0.752   69.8
Lugo   9 6 14   10 9 34   11 18 14   0.792   74.7
Madrid   9 4 55   10 8 46   11 18 5   0.726   66.5
Màlaga   8 59 28   10 1 43   11 9 41   0.665   59.0
Melilla   8 58 50   10 0 47   11 8 26   0.628   54.5
Múrcia   9 3 39   10 7 19   11 16 33   0.666   59.1
Orense   9 5 1   10 8 6   11 16 36   0.783   73.6
Oviedo   9 7 47   10 11 42   11 20 55   0.788   74.2
Palència   9 6 38   10 10 39   11 20 4   0.758   70.5
Palma de Mallorca   9 9 9   10 14 21   11 24 46   0.666   59.1
Pamplona   9 9 55   10 14 58   11 25 11   0.752   69.8
Pontevedra   9 4 44   10 7 36   11 15 52   0.789   74.3
Salamanca   9 4 21   10 7 46   11 16 40   0.748   69.2
Santa Cruz de Teneri   8 45 9   9 39 9   10 38 22   0.559   46.3
Santander   9 9 18   10 13 52   11 23 38   0.777   72.8
Segòvia   9 5 22   10 9 14   11 18 34   0.738   68.0
Sevilla   8 59 14   10 1 20   11 9 8   0.687   61.7
Soria   9 7 45   10 12 19   11 22 13   0.741   68.3
Tarragona   9 9 56   10 15 18   11 25 51   0.704   63.7
Terol   9 6 49   10 11 21   11 21 16   0.707   64.2
Toledo   9 3 54   10 7 28   11 16 35   0.719   65.6
València   9 5 40   10 9 56   11 19 39   0.688   61.8
Valladolid   9 5 58   10 9 50   11 19 8   0.753   69.9
Vitòria-Gasteiz   9 9 12   10 13 57   10 23 57   0.760   70.7
Zamora   9 5 4   10 8 35   11 17 34   0.757   70.4
Saragossa   9 8 50   10 13 48   11 24 3   0.728   66.7

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