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Solar Eclipse in the Outback $6.95

Experience a total solar eclipse in the clear, open skies of the Australian Outback. On December 4, 2002, a total solar eclipse was visible across parts of southern Africa and Australia. This poster captures the wonder and beauty of the event in a multiple exposure sequence professionally photographed and presented.

The photographic sequence shows partial phases, first contact, second contact, third contact, fourth contact, diamond ring, Bailey's Beads and totality. As close as you can get to a total solar eclipse, without actually being there.

This multiple exposure sequence of the 2002 Total Solar Eclipse was taken from Lake Everard, South Australia. 24" x 36" (60 cm x 90 cm) printed on 170gsm gloss paper with varnish seal.

Printed in Australia.

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