The partial Solar Eclipse of 03/07/1989

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Maximum central duration:-
Maximum width of path:0 km
Saros cycle:149
Coverage:82.7 %
Magnitude:0.8268
Gamma:1.0981

Statistics

Solar Eclipse of 03/07/1989

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Observers:9
Success rate:100%

The partial solar eclipse of 03/07/1989 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
Jay Pasachoff4149partialUnited States
20.41°, -155.54°
0m
25.5%1h 29m 26s-
Jay Friedland7091partialUnited States
37.43°, -122.17°
30m
34.9%2h 7s-
Evan Zucker7262partialUnited States
32.8°, -117.23°
53m
22%1h 49m 13s-
Murray Paulson7447partialCanada
53.53°, -113.53°
668m
42%2h 1m 44s-
Paul D. Maley3517partialUnited States
33.57°, -111.96°
407m
15.9%1h 41m 19s-
Mike Smith3815partialUnited States
32.2°, -110.93°
762m
12.7%1h 35m 32s-
Michael Hutchinson4259partialUnited States
40.15°, -105.1°
1519m
14.8%1h 39m 6s-
Stephen Bedingfield3877partialCanada
69.12°, -105.05°
0m
46.7%1h 54m 14s-
Larry Stevens7597partialUnited States
41.58°, -93.63°
264m
3.1%1h 1m 3s-