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"Hybrid" Solar Eclipse at Sunrise Along the East Coast of the US
This Sunday Morning:
On November 3, 2013, an annular solar eclipse begins over the Atlantic Ocean and quickly transitions to a total solar eclipse. After crossing the Atlantic, the eclipse enters Africa at Gabon and crosses Congo, Uganda, Kenya, Ethiopia, and Somalia.
Source: Annular-total solar eclipse of 2013 November 3
The eclipse will begin in the North Atlantic about 1,000 km east of Jacksonville, Fla., as a four-second annular eclipse visible at sunrise. As the shadow races forward to the east, the narrow annular path rapidly shrinks to zero and the eclipse becomes total over a very small track.
This all transpires within the first 15 seconds of the shadow's trajectory. For the remainder of the eclipse, a small path will remain total.
Source: "Hybrid" Solar Eclipse at Sunrise Along the East Coast of the US - Astronomy Weather Blog Weather Blog
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