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Total Solar Eclipse(1st August 2008)

  On 1st August 2008, there was a total Sun eclipse, whose visibility stripe started in Canada and ended in China, passing close to the north pole, through Siberia and Mongolia.

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 The night from the 3rd to the 4th March 2007 a Total Lunar Eclipse was visible from Spain at a time quite adequate for observation. Totality ended at 00:57 of 4th.

Weather, in that occasion, was excellent and the webcast was a complete success. Furthermore, thanks to a collaboration with a dutch web page specialized in broadcasting astronomical events ( Astronet), our images were demanded more than a million times by people from all around the world.

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    Finally, Barcelona's sky, which had been cloudy during the whole day and seemed to have cleared just for the eclipse, ended up covered, making it impossible to finish the live webcast. Go to the gallery of the Total Lunar Eclipse on 21st February 2008 from Barcelona.

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    This eclipse was a wonderfull chance to offer an unbelievable show through the web and to enjoy it live: the annularity corredor crossed the Iberian Peninsula from Northwest to Southeast, passing near Madrid and just over Bicorp village, in Valencia, among others. Formentera also was into the stripe, but the Moon and the Sun never arrived to a perfect alignment from there and so the ring stripe wasn't regular from Formentera. From Barcelona, the eclipse was seen as a partial.

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    Finally, Barcelona's sky, which had been cloudy during the whole day and seemed to have cleared just for the eclipse, ended up covered, making it impossible to finish the live webcast. Go to the gallery of the Total Lunar Eclipse on 21st February 2008 from Barcelona.

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    Weather, in that occasion, was excellent and the webcast was a complete success. Furthermore, thanks to a collaboration with a dutch web page specialized in broadcasting astronomical events ( Astronet), our images were demanded more than a million times by people from all around the world.

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    From Catalonia, this event was observable just as a partial eclipse, and ServiAstro faced the challenge of webcasting it from 2 points simultaneously: from Barcelona, as we had done in other occasions, and from Egypt, in a completely new way for us: using a satellite.
     
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    This eclipse was a wonderfull chance to offer an unbelievable show through the web and to enjoy it live: the annularity corredor crossed the Iberian Peninsula from Northwest to Southeast, passing near Madrid and just over Bicorp village, in Valencia, among others. Formentera also was into the stripe, but the Moon and the Sun never arrived to a perfect alignment from there and so the ring stripe wasn't regular from Formentera. From Barcelona, the eclipse was seen as a partial.
     
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  • Transit of Venus on 8 June 2004
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    • Total Solar Eclipse (1st August 2008)

      Centre de la totalitat
      Center of the totality phase of the eclipse from Yiwu, China
      Credits: ServiAstro (DAM).

      On 1st August 2008, there was a total Sun eclipse, whose visibility stripe started in Canada and ended in China, passing close to the north pole, through Siberia and Mongolia.

      A team of ServiAstro travelled to Yiwu in China, near to the Mongolian frontier, to live webcast the event via satellite, repeating the 2006 experience in Egypt.

      Though we had some technical problems and clouds were menacing the project, at the end we were able to accomplish our aim and offer the whole eclipse. We also managed to obtain some spectacular images of the total-eclipse moment. Go to the gallery of the Total Solar Eclipse on 1st August 2008, taken from China.

    • Total Lunar Eclipse (21st February 2008)

      Etapa intermitja de la primera fase parcial
      ┌ltima imatge obtinguda en aquesta retransmissiˇ
      Reconeixements: ServiAstro (DAM).

      La matinada del dia 21 de febrer de 2008 va produir-se un eclipsi total de Lluna visible des de Barcelona. En principi, les circumstÓncies eren molt similars a les de l'eclipsi de 2007, excepte pel fet que es produÝ mÚs tard.

      Finalment, per˛, el cel de Barcelona, que havia estat ennuvolat tot el dia i semblava que s'havia destapat poc abans de l'eclipsi, va acabar cobert de n˙vols, fent-tos aixÝ impossible acabar amb la retransmissiˇ.

      Veure la galeria de l'eclipsi total de Lluna del 21 de febrer de 2008 presa des de Barcelona.

    • Eclipsi total de Lluna (3 de marš de 2007)

      Centre de la totalitat
      Centre de la totalitat de l'eclipsi de Lluna del 3 de marš de 2007, vist des de Barcelona
      Reconeixements: ServiAstro (DAM).

      La nit del 3 al 4 de marš de 2007 es produÝ un eclipsi total de Lluna que va ser visible des de Catalunya a unes hores bastant adequades per a l'observaciˇ, ja que la totalitat acabÓ a les 00:57 del dia 4.

      El temps va Ússer excelĚlent, i la retransmissiˇ tot un Ŕxit. A mÚs, grÓcies a la colĚlaboraciˇ amb el portal holandŔs especialitzat en retransmissions d'esdeveniments astron˛mics Astronet, les nostres imatges de l'eclipsi varen Ússer solĚlicitades mÚs d'un miliˇ de vegades per persones d'arreu del mˇn.

      Veure la galeria de l'eclipsi total de Lluna del 3 i el 4 de marš de 2007 presa des de Barcelona.

    • Eclipsi total de Sol (29 de marš de 2006)

      Instant immediatament posterior a la totalitat
      Instant immediatament posterior a la totalitat de l'eclipsi de Sol
      del 29 de marš de 2006, des d'As Sallum, Egipte.
      Reconeixements: ServiAstro (DAM).

      El 29 de marš de 2006 va produir-se un eclipsi total de Sol observable des d'una estreta franja que creuava el continent africÓ d'occident a orient i de sud a nord.

      Aquest esdeveniment es va poder observar com a parcial des de Catalunya, i ServiAstro? va plantejar-se el repte de retransmetre'l simultÓniament des de 2 punts: des de Barcelona, com altres vegades havÝem fet, i des d'Egipte, d'una manera completament nova per nosaltres: via satŔlĚlit.

      Ambdues retransmissions van ser un Ŕxit, malgrat els insistents n˙vols que dificultaren la retransmissiˇ des de Barcelona. A Egipte, en canvi, el cel va estar perfectament lliure de n˙vols al llarg de tot l'esdeveniment.

      Veure la galeria de l'eclipsi total de Sol del 29 de marš de 2006 presa des de...

    • Eclipsi anular de Sol (3 d'octubre de 2005)

      Moment de la centralitat de l'eclipsi en la zona d'anularitat: la Lluna cobreix el centre del Sol per˛ deixa veura la franja mÚs exterior, en forma d'anell
      Anularitat de l'eclipsi de Sol del 3 d'octubre de 2005,
      des de ValŔncia.
      Reconeixements: ServiAstro (DAM). i PAM

      Aquest eclipsi era una fantÓstica oportunitat per a oferir un bell espectacle per la Xarxa i gaudir-ne en directe: la franja d'anularitat creuava la PenÝnsula IbŔrica de nord-oest a sud-est, passant pel nord de Madrid i els pobles de Bicorp i Quesa, a ValŔncia, entre molts d'altres. Formentera quedava tambÚ dintre de la zona d'anularitat, per˛ la Lluna i el Sol no s'alineaven en cap moment perfectament, de manera que la franja anular del Sol no seria regular. Des de Barcelona, l'eclipsi s'observÓ com a parcial.

      MÚs enllÓ dels n˙vols que afectaren l'observaciˇ de l'eclipsi des de Formentera, tot va anar perfectament, tal com s'aprecia a les 3 galeries que en van resultar:

      Veure la galeria de l'eclipsi anular de Sol del 3 d'octubre de 2005 presa des de...

    • TrÓnsit de Venus (8 de juny de 2004)

      Imatge de cÓmera web amb el Sol ben centrat i una ombra circular de mida considerable en la part inferior i central: el planeta Venus
      TrÓnsit de Venus del 8 de juny de 2004
      Reconeixements: ServiAstro (DAM).

      Havien passat ni mÚs ni menys que 122 anys des de l'˙ltim trÓnsit de Venus!! Ning˙ sobre el planeta havia pogut observar mai aquest fenomen! Els trÓnsits de Venus han tingut, hist˛ricament, una gran importÓncia, degut al fet que varen ser durant segles la millor manera de calcular la distÓncia entre la Terra i el Sol.

      Aquest cop vam fer la retransmissiˇ en colĚlaboraciˇ amb el PAM, de manera que tenim tres galeries. Malgrat la presŔncia d'alguns n˙vols en la primera part de l'esdeveniment, vam poder retransmetre'l Ýntegrament.

      Veure la galeria del trÓnsit de Venus del 8 de juny de 2004...

      • ... presa des de Barcelona...
      • ... presa des d' └ger (disc complet).
    • Eclipsi total de Lluna (4 de maig de 2004)

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      Eclipsi total de Lluna del 4 de maig de 2004
      Reconeixements: ServiAstro (DAM).

      Era la primera vegada que ens enfrontÓvem al repte de retransmetre en directe un esdeveniment com aquest. Vam optar per fer servir una cÓmera web i oferir molt sovint noves imatges..., per tal de construir una gran galeria.

      Per desgrÓcia, la Lluna estava massa baixa sobre l'horitzˇ per a obtenir-ne bones imatges a l'inici de l'eclipsi, de manera que les primeres imatges ˙tils mostren ja l'eclipsi comenšat. A mÚs, cap a la centralitat van aparŔixer n˙vols, cosa que va dificultar forša la retransmissiˇ, fent impossible prendre bones imatges de la segona meitat fde l'esdeveniment.

      Veure la galeria de l'eclipsi total de Lluna del 4 de maig de 2004 presa des de Barcelona.

    • TrÓnsit de Mercuri (7 de maig de 2003)

      Composiciˇ en la qual es veu una bona part del Sol, amb una gran taca irregular a la part inferior esquerra de la imatge i unes altres, una mica mÚs petites i molt mÚs redones, en la part superior dreta del Sol: el planeta Mercuri en diferents moments del trÓnsit
      Composiciˇ d'imatges del trÓnsit de Mercuri del 7 de maig de 2003.
      Reconeixements: ServiAstro (DAM).

      Els planetes inferiors (Mercuri i Venus), en Ússer mÚs propers que la Terra al Sol, poden passar entre ell i nosaltres. Aquest fenomen no tÚ lloc cada any com a conseqŘŔncia de les diferents inclinacions de les ˛rbites de cada planeta i, de fet, Ús molt estrany en el cas de Venus. Quan es produeix, des de la Terra s'observa com una ombra recorre la superfÝcie del Sol.

      El trÓnsit de Mercuri de 2003 va ser l'estrena del nostre equip de retransmissions!! I malgrat el mal temps, vam poder obtenir algunes bones imatges.

      Veure la galeria del trÓnsit de Mercuri del 7 de maig de 2003 presa des de Barcelona.

     
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