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Solar Eclipse of March 29, 2009

Solar Eclipse of March 29, 2009
Solar Eclipse of March 29, 2009
Solar Eclipse of March 29, 2009
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5th, 6th, 7th, 8th
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This XplorePod features a realistic animation that allows the user to visualize the total solar eclipse of 2009 from both land and outer space simultaneously. The simulation is controlled by a slide mechanism allowing the user to move the cast shadow of the moon over the Earth over a series of three hours. Three vantage points are featured on the Earth to help students understand the difference between a partial and a full eclipse.
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Solar Eclipse of March 29, 2009
Solar Eclipse of March 29, 2009
Solar Eclipse of March 29, 2009