Capturing a Total Solar Eclipse
Institute of Physics, Singapore
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Published online: 21 August 2020
A Total Solar Eclipse is one of the astronomical world's most awe-inspiring phenomena. It is a relatively rare astronomical event that lasts at most a few minutes and can be viewed only at very specific times and from very specific locations on the globe. Capturing and documenting the event so that it can be shared with others is exceptionally challenging because of its rarity and brevity. This article addresses some of the challenges and possible solutions with the use of various forms of technology as well as program management skills.
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