On 2012 November 13/14, a total eclipse of the Sun is visible from within a narrow corridor that traverses Earth’s…

Originally shared by Andrij “Andrew” Harasewych

On 2012 November 13/14, a total eclipse of the Sun is visible from within a narrow corridor that traverses Earth’s southern Hemisphere. The path of the Moon’s umbral shadow begins in northern Australia and crosses the South Pacific Ocean with on other no landfall. The Moon’s penumbral shadow produces a partial eclipse visible from a much larger region covering Australia, New Zealand, and the South Pacific.

For those traveling to Australia for the eclipse, please note that the eclipse occurs on the morning of Nov. 14 local time.

For more information, including specific timezones and best countries to view from see NASA’s website here:

http://eclipse.gsfc.nasa.gov/SEmono/TSE2012/TSE2012.html

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  1. there are two pins of iron one is magnetized along its length and the other is not . how can you know which one is magnetized and which not ? without using anything except the two pins.

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