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File:Solar eclipse in Turkey March 2006.jpg


English: The Pinhole Projection Method of observing partial w:Solar Eclipse.At the insert in the upper left corner of this image you could see the partially eclipsed sun that was photographed with a white solar filter. At the bottom of the image you could see the projection of the partially eclipsed sun.
Date 29 March 2006
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Author Brocken Inaglory


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