Photos Of 2012 Australian Total Solar Eclipse

This close-up view of the July 11, 2010, total solar eclipse’s second diamond ring reveals a number of prominences as well as the pinkish layer of the sun’s atmosphere called the chromosphere.

Starting from shortly after dawn Wednesday (Nov. 14, 2012) local time in Australia or 3:35 p.m. EST (2035 GMT) Tuesday there was a total solar eclipse in parts of northern Australia.

(Please click here for for the awesome video of the 2012 Australian Total Solar Eclipse)

The total darkness that happened at the peak of the eclipse lasted just over two minutes.

That special moment is called totality.

Thousands of people watched the  rare phenomenon from boats around the Great Barrier Reef, hot air balloons, the hilltops and beaches.

Please click here for: Northern Australian Total Solar Eclipse – The Last Until 2015

A partial eclipse will be visible from east Indonesia, the eastern half of Australia, New Zealand, Papua New Guinea and southern parts of Chile and Argentina.

Please click the photos for bigger images:

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Author: Ahmad Ali Karim

Blogger. Official Ambassador at Muafakat Pendidikan Johor (MPJ). Former Columnist at Utusan Online.

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