The total Solar Eclipse of 11/22/1984

eclipse
Maximum central duration:2m
Maximum width of path:85 km
Saros cycle:142
Coverage:100 %
Magnitude:1.0237
Gamma:-0.3132

Statistics

Solar Eclipse of 11/22/1984

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Observers:13
Success rate:92.3%

The total solar eclipse of 11/22/1984 was reported to be seen from 2 different countries:

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Eclipse typeWeather

List of Eclipse Chasers

ObserverTypeLocationmax. coverageTime in moon shadowTime in central shadowWeather
David Herald4486totalPapua New Guinea
-7.6°, 142.98°
21m
100%2h 2m 15s24s
Alex Runic6579partialAustralia
-38.23°, 146.39°
75m
31.6%1h 49m 3s-
Terry Cuttle6383totalPapua New Guinea
-9.52°, 147.07°
0m
100%2h 6m 42s26s
Paul D. Maley3513totalPapua New Guinea
-9.79°, 147.58°
173m
100%2h 7m 18s17s
Jay Pasachoff4147totalPapua New Guinea
-10.1°, 147.72°
0m
100%2h 7m 32s54s
Jacques Guertin3003totalPapua New Guinea
-10.09°, 147.72°
0m
100%2h 7m 32s53s
Hiram Clawson3126totalPapua New Guinea
-10.1°, 147.73°
0m
100%2h 7m 32s54s
Derald Nye3993partialAustralia
-35.26°, 149.17°
595m
41.1%1h 58m 13s-
Joe Cali1005partialAustralia
-27.42°, 153.01°
36m
64.8%2h 12m 13s-
Mark Rigby5433partialunknown
-24.33°, 164.86°
0m
97.5%2h 31m 10s-
Glenn Schneider4363totalunknown
-22.87°, 164.95°
0m
100%2h 31m 8s1m 34s
Joel Harris6335totalunknown
-23.4°, 165.81°
0m
100%2h 32m 18s1m 32s
Fred Espenak1524totalunknown
-23.71°, 166°
0m
100%2h 32m 36s1m 35s