General info about eclipses in 2011:
Four partial solar and two total lunar eclipses take place in 2011. This 4:2 combination of solar and lunar eclipses in a single year is rather rare with only six cases during the 21st Century (2011, 2029, 2047, 2065, 2076 and 2094). The first and last eclipses always occur in January and December.
The first Solar Eclipse for 2011 occurs on Tuesday, January 04.
Posted by Bob Merhebi at 12/31/2010 08:21:00 PM Labels: 2011, Astronomy, beirut, details for beirut, january 04, Lebanon, solar eclipse
Posted by Bob Merhebi at 12/29/2010 04:25:00 PM Labels: 2001 to 2100, 2100, Astronomy, beirut, eclipse, eclipse predictions, lebanon. 2001
Eclipse Predictions from 2001 to 2100
Table 1: Lunar Eclipse predictions
Table 2: Solar Eclipse predictions
|Latitude:||33° 53' 00" N|
|Longitude:||35° 30' 00" E|
|Time Zone:||02:00 E|
Location: Beirut, Lebanon
Posted by Bob Merhebi at 12/24/2010 09:38:00 AM
Am glad to announce that the Astrobob Group Blog http://astrobobgroup.blogspot.com/ which complements the Astrobob Group websites www.astrobob.tk & www.opensourceastronomy.tk is now available for mobile users. Now you can check out the blog on Iphone, Blackberry, or any other web-capable device.
Posted by Bob Merhebi at 12/10/2010 08:15:00 PM Labels: accelerator physics, LHC, particle physics, physics, symmetry magazine
From junked part to detector art: "I’m not a physicist. I don’t have an engineering background. But I am intrigued with the symmetry, scale, and complexity of particle-physics detectors."
Archive: Accelerator Applications: Applications of particle & accelerator physics.