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Synonyms for occult

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supernatural forces and events and beings collectively

supernatural practices and techniques

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cause an eclipse of (a celestial body) by intervention

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become concealed or hidden from view or have its light extinguished

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hide from view

hidden and difficult to see

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having an import not apparent to the senses nor obvious to the intelligence

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But the plot thickened when the team took another look at the blip recorded during the second occultation.
htm) International Occultation Timing Association tracks the occultations of stars and planets around the world and provides basic information about viewing the events as well.
In November 2011, the group observed a stellar occultation in which Chiron passed in front of a bright star, briefly blocking its light.
When seen from multiple vantage points, an occultation can tell researchers about the size and shape of the intervening body.
Observers in the UK and Europe should see an occultation or a very close appulse depending on their location.
The ASSA Occultations Section coordinates the observations of lunar and minor planet occultations in southern Africa.
Because we were able to manoeuvre SOFIA so close to the centre of the occultation we observed an extended, small, but distinct brightening near the middle of the occultation.
At such times some occultations can be watched in binoculars.
The broad occultation path covers the southern half of North America and all of Central America, but for those in the west, this is an evening twilight event.
This makes five occultations the team has observed and record to beef up their data on the 2014 MU69.
Contract notice: Replacement of exterior joinery and occultations of several homes.
Occultation observations were made by Briggs, Denyer, Haymes, Jennings, Pratt, the Simonsons and Talbot, who in all monitored 25 events, but no positive occultations were detected from the UK.
The ASSA Occultations Section co-ordinates the observations of lunar and minor planet occultations in Southern Africa.
Kos Coronaios in Louis Trichardt has been experimenting with photographing lunar occultations of bright objects and has obtained some interesting results.
During such events, called occultations, Pluto casts a moving shadow across Earth as it blocks a star's light.