Luc Desamore May 27, 2012
----- Original Message -----
From: "Robert J. Modic" <robertjmodic@...>
To: "Guide User" <email@example.com>
Sent: Sunday, 27 May, 2012 11:13
Subject: [guide-user] Re: Partial solar eclipses in Guide
> The eastern limit you are referring to is the "Maximum Eclipse at
> This is the limit that Guide shows. What I'm interested in is the
> Begins at Sunset" limit. This limit shows the extent to where a
> eclipse can be seen.
> ----- Original Message -----
>> 1b. Re: Partial solar eclipses in Guide
>> Posted by: "Luc Desamore" luc_desamore@... luc_desamore
>> Date: Sat May 26, 2012 7:24 am ((PDT))
>> If I compare Guide map with maps from links given on the Nasa web
>> site :
>> I do not see any difference on the eastern limit, look at Odessa in
>> Texas at the south limit of the path.
>> ----- Original Message -----
>> From: "Robert J. Modic" <robertjmodic@...>
>> To: "Guide User" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>> Sent: Saturday, 26 May, 2012 11:24
>> Subject: [guide-user] Partial solar eclipses in Guide
>>>I was looking at the local circumstances of the recent solar
>>> eclipse on May 20. I noticed that the eastern limit for the
>>> partial eclipse is drawn farther west by about 400 miles than
>>> it actually was. This seems to be the case for the eastern
>>> and western limits for all eclipses. Of course, toggling
>>> "Show Eclipse" off and zooming in on the Sun allows one to
>>> see the local circumstances of each eclipse with high accuracy.
>>> But this is rather time consuming.
>>> Is there a way to show the full extent of the eclipsed areas
>>> on the global map so one can quickly step through eclipses
>>> to find the partial ones as well as the total ones?
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