TOTAL SOLAR ECLIPSE OVER HANGZHOU CHINA 2009


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On the 22 of July 2009 an expedition for the Total Solar Eclipse in Hangzhou city, China, carried out by Malaysian National Eclipse Tracking Team (NETT). The task of the expedition was to do imaging and recording the whole process of eclipse with high-resolution astronomical camera CCD/digital and video. The movement of the Sun in the sky with the changes of phases during the eclipse can be capture through multi-exposure technique imaging. Parameters such as the temperature, humidity, intensity and sky brightness recorded to see their changes with the environment. The gravity experiment of simple pendulum conducted before the first contact, during first and second contact, during totality, during third and fourth contact and after fourth contact and the results was 8.16 ms-2, 9.97 ms-2, 12.60 ms-2, 11.18 ms-2, and 9.75 ms-2 respectively. All the above experiments result were very successful as represented by graphical diagrams. The recording the light polarization and flash spectrum were partially successful. However, for recording corona spectrum and Eddington experiment were not successful due to cloudy condition during the critical moment of capturing the images


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