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If you like numbers and degrees down to the seconds, have we got the chart for you.

Below you’ll find details galore of the total solar eclipse that fell mostly in Europe on August 11, 1999, listing out the contact points of the umbra, penumbra as well as the circumstances of the greatest eclipse, not to mention the notable times and coordinates. The total solar eclipse lasted 2 min 22 s.

Image Credit: NASA

Event Time (UTC)
Beginning of the general eclipse 08:26:17
Beginning of the total eclipse 09:29:55
Beginning of the central eclipse 09:30:53
Greatest eclipse 11:03:07
End of the central eclipse 12:35:33
End of the total eclipse 12:36:26
End of the general eclipse 13:40:08

 via: NASA and Wikipedia


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