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    Naturevolume 127page497 (1931) | Download Citation

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    Total Eclipse of the Moon.—It is several years since a total eclipse of the moon has been visible under favourable conditions in the British Isles. Advantage should therefore be taken of the occasion on April 2, though the moon's altitude will not be great. In London, the sun sets at 6.33 P.M., the first contact with the umbra having occurred 10 minutes earlier; totality begins at 7.22, and lasts for 1½ hours; the last contact with the umbra is at 9.52.

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