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Solar Eclipse July 2009

Solar Eclipse July 2009

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Total Solar Eclipse of July 22, 2009The final countdown is here for the most awaited Total Solar Eclipse 2009, the longest solar eclipse our generation will experience until 2032.� In the Western Hemisphere, the eclipse will occur on July 21.� In the Eastern Hemisphere, it will be on July 22.� This solar eclipse will occur once on Earth, but the difference in the dates account for the International Date Line.� A solar eclipse occurs when the moon passes between the Sun and the Earth so that the Sun is totally or partially covered.The exact path of the solar eclipse in the Eastern Hemisphere can be found in the Total Solar Eclipse - July 22, 2009: Best places on Earth to view, extracted from NASA's report documented by Fred Espernak and Jay Anderson in 2008.� The exact times are posted on�Universal Time.� Verify your local time as it relates to the Universal Time.�Those who are living in the Western Hemisphere will not experience the total solar eclipse first hand, but a live web coverage is broadcasted through several channels, primarily from China and Japan and relayed to the United States.� Total Solar Eclipse 2009: Live web coverage - Next best places to view notes the websites of available live web coverage.� It is important to find out when exactly will the broadcast occur in your local time zones and which day (July 21 in the Western Hemisphere and July 22 in the Eastern Hemisphere.)If you are one of the thousands of explorers who are already in place in India, China, Japan and Marshall Islands, or any other country the solar eclipse will visit, note NASA's and other scientists' precautions regarding preventing eye injury or blindness due to viewing of solar eclipses.� Their recommendations can be found here:� Total Solar Eclipse 2009: Safety Precautions - Eye protection for safe eclipse viewing.Although there is a chance of thunderstorms projected for July 22 in Asia and the Pacific Ocean, the exact time of the solar eclipse may be sunny and ideal for eclipse viewing.

Forecasted weather for the affected cities can be found here: Total Solar Eclipse 2009: Weather forecast in India, Nepal, China and Japan.� For exact weather information, visit Intellicast on the day of the eclipse's arrival.Those who are venturing to China and Nepal, be advised for travel alerts and warnings issued by the US State Department for these countries.� For detailed information, see Total Solar Eclipse 2009: Travel alert for China and travel warning for Nepal.� For other important information on travel abroad, see Legal and political issues related to holistic travel abroad.Finally, fully enjoy this worldwide event as it already has brought many people together from all parts of the world.� Millions intend to witness this longest solar eclipse of the 21st century, a totality of 6 minutes and 39 seconds, a once in a lifetime natural phenomenon.�If anyone would like to share his or her experiences with the author about witnessing the total solar eclipse first-hand, he or she is invited to do so.� The author's email address is on the short bio on the top of this page.� All are also invited to Subscribe to ensure breaking news and special reports in all holistic and metaphysical matters get delivered instantly.� If anyone has breaking news or special worldwide events related to these topics, he or she is invited to send website information to the author who also welcomes comments.�Eclipse maps and data courtesy of Fred Espenak and Jay Anderson, "Total Solar Eclipse of 2009 July 22" (NASA/TP-2008-214169)�Related sites:The World Clock - Time ZonesTotal Solar Eclipse of 2009 July 22 (NASA)Total Solar Eclipse Music Festival 2009Total Solar Eclipse 2009:� The GuideTotal Solar Eclipse July 22, 2009 (Eclipse Home)Solar Eclipse (2009) in ChinaTotal Solar Eclipse July 22, 2009:� Where are you tracking it?Total Solar Eclipse of July 22, 2009:� Most powerful eclipse of the year 2009Total solar eclipse July 2009 and astrology demystified�By Gina Alzate, World Tours and Cruises
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