This simulation shows the annular eclipse of the sun on 14th October 2023, as seen from the following twelve different viewpoints.
Top row, left to right:
Middle row, left to right:
Bottom row, left to right:
The eclipse is annular in the four locations in the middle row. The locations in the top row are all to the north-east of the track of annularity, and the locations in the bottom row are all to the south-west of the track of annularity. Lines of altitude and azimuth can be seen in the background.
If you set the simulation running, you can watch the eclipse progress at each of the twelve locations. Since different computers run at different speeds, you may need to edit the evolution time step to get the simulation to run at an acceptable rate.
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