ECLIPSE


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ECLIPSEEclectic Capability for Logistics Information Support for Electronics
ECLIPSEExperimental Cloud Lidar Pilot Study
ECLIPSEElectronic Clipping Service
ECLIPSEElectronic Claim Lodgement and Information Processing Service Environment (medical claims; Australia)
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I have worked out the reckonings as well as I can, without knowing our exact position; and I make out that the eclipse should begin here about ten o'clock tomorrow night, and last till half-past twelve.
I hope that eclipse will come off," said Sir Henry presently.
If it does not it will soon be all up with us," I answered mournfully; "for so sure as we are living men some of those chiefs will tell the whole story to the king, and then there will be another sort of eclipse, and one that we shall certainly not like.
I am waiting for that eclipse," I answered; "I have had my eye on the moon for the last half-hour, and I never saw it look healthier.
I acquiesced, though doubtfully, for eclipses are queer cattle to deal with--it might be a cloudy night, for instance, or our dates might be wrong--and sent Umbopa to summon the chiefs back.
I saw the black central shadow of the eclipse sweeping towards me.
The result is that when there are eclipses, the moon finds itself beyond the cone of pure shadow, and that the sun sends her its rays, not only from its edges, but also from its center.
Then," said Michel, in a merry tone, "why are there eclipses, when there ought not to be any?
Millions of people are expected to travel to the 14 states where the eclipse will be visible in totality.
According to the Climate Data Processing Centre of Pakistan Meteorological Department (PMD), this lunar eclipse will be the last lunar eclipse of the year 2016.
25am, with the maximum eclipse (when the moon is nearest the middle of the sun) at around 9.
Historians have traced the origin of eclipse maps back to the ancient Greeks and Claudius Ptolemy, who made rough eclipse predictions and diagrams.