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Synonyms for eclipse

Synonyms for eclipse

Synonyms for eclipse

be greater in significance than

cause an eclipse of (a celestial body) by intervention


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The eclipse was also visible in most parts of Europe,
The eclipse will be visible from East of Mauritius in the Indian Ocean to South-West of St.
The CDPC predicts that the lunar eclipse will begin on July 16 at 11:44 pm and end at 1:02 am on July 17.
According to Pakistan Meteorological Department all phases of partial moon eclipse will be
This year's last lunar eclipse will be visible over the UAE skies on July 16.
A solar eclipse is observed at Coquimbo, Chile Image Credit: Reuters View as slideshow 1 of 13 A solar eclipse is observed at Coquimbo, Chile Image Credit: Reuters 2 of 13 The moon blocks the sun during a total solar eclipse in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
A solar eclipse occurs when the Moon's orbit brings it directly in front of the Sun from Earth's perspective.
As a result of the partnership, Eclipse Select will add an Eclipse North location based out of Northbrook, Ill.
The total phase of the lunar eclipse will be visible from North and South America, Europe and western Africa.
If you missed the event, the good news is that there are several other eclipses lined up for 2019, including a totalsolar eclipse, and a partial lunar eclipse.
Only two eclipses will be visible to Sri Lanka - the partial lunar eclipse on July 16 and the annular solar eclipse on December 26th.
The next solar eclipse will occur on July 2, 2019 at 20:55 and end on July 3 at 01:50.
Tribune News Network Doha PEOPLE can watch the last solar eclipse of the year on August 11, according to Qatar Calendar House (QCH).
The crowds were promoting the scientific reason behind the occurrence of an eclipse and asked people to turn down the superstitious belief followed during the phase of the eclipse.