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Wars are fought over boundaries that
have been created in the name of politics,
religion, race or beliefs. But the view from space reveals
the true nature of our cosmic home—
a border less planet divided only into land and sea.
Boundaries vanish when we look skyward.
We all share the same sky
ONE PEOPLE, ONE SKY
The eclipse will start at 5.30 a.m. when the sun is below the horizon. The sun rise will be at 06.08 a.m. Maximum eclipse will be at 6.20 a.m. when the sun is just two degrees above the horizon and the eclipse will be over at 7.15 a.m. when the sun is only about 15 degrees above the horizon.Viewing the sun directly should be avoided. For observing the eclipse safely specially made solar filters or welder class #14 could be used. As the end of the eclipse occurs around 7.15 a.m. to view the eclipse one should position themselves in a place hidden either by trees or buildings. For details K. Sakthivel could be contacted at 98434-25945 and S. Anand at 97904 57568
I am Anand . secretary of this club. Sakthivel is the president and Parthiban is the vice president . We live in Coimbatore and are familiar with observing the sky for the past three decades. I have a Dobsonian telescope and Sakthivel and Parthiban own computerised goto Schmit Cassegrain telescopes.
Prof.Sakthivel : 98434 25945
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