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August 27, 2013

Good time to do relativity experiments

devadutta @ 10:09 pm, GMT +0000 ( 1377641395 ) Play
2013-09-02

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Cracked by: Rogi , mankuTimma , Abhiram Bharadwaj Diddigi , Dibyo , Manish Achuth , VENKAT , Supritha Maiya , AmK , rickde and Sumanth Patlolla

Answer:
Solar eclipse from the space

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10 Responses to “Good time to do relativity experiments”

  1. Rogi
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    Lunar. No Solar eclipse.
    I always want to say it wrong.


  2. mankuTimma
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    Solar eclipses shadow on earth.


  3. Abhiram Bharadwaj Diddigi
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    Moon’s shadow on earth.


  4. Dibyo
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    the Moon’s shadow over the Earth’s surface, taken by French astronaut Jean-Pierre Haignere before leaving the Mir space station. It was August 11, 1999, and the moon shadow was passing over Europe.


  5. Manish Achuth
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    Solar Eclipse.


  6. IS THAT THE SHADOW OF MOON ON EARTH DURING SOLAR ECLIPSE?


  7. Supritha Maiya
    4

    An annular eclipse, in May.


  8. AmK
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    A solar eclipse moving across the Earth’s surface.


  9. rickde
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    Solar Eclipse Shadow


  10. Sumanth Patlolla
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    Capture of moon’s shadow over the Earth’s surface (passing over Europe) during Solar Eclipse


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