any obscuration of light.
a reduction or loss of splendor, status, reputation, etc.: Scandal caused the eclipse of his career.
(USED WITH OBJECT) [E·CLIPSED, E·CLIPS·ING.]
to cause to undergo eclipse: The moon eclipsed the sun.
to make less outstanding or important by comparison; surpass: a soprano whose singing eclipsed that of her rivals.
Solar eclipses are relatively brief events that can only be viewed in totality along
a relatively narrow track. Under the most favorable circumstances, a total solar ...
This is NASA's official eclipse Web site. It contains maps and tables for 5000
years of eclipses and includes information on eclipse photography, observing
With the apparent desertion by the sun, eclipses
were portents of disaster, so devastating that Battle decisions were made on the basis of their prediction. More »
Solar and lunar eclipses, why they occur, when the next eclipse is, and from
where you can see them.
Solar and Lunar Eclipses worldwide from 1900 - 2099 with animations and maps
of the eclipse path. Partial Solar Eclipse and Total Lunar Eclipse in September ...
Sep 19, 2014 ... This page is a basic introduction and explanation of how solar eclipses take
place. It includes a preview to upcoming eclipses of the Sun.
Fred Espenak's ultimate eclipse photography web site is www.MrEclipse.com. It
contains photographs of both solar and lunar eclipses, as well as photographs of
Sep 1, 2015 ... September 2015 presents two eclipses. A partial solar eclipse takes place on
September 13. A total eclipse of a supermoon comes on ...