Solar Eclipse Time in Australia May 10, 2013 - Aus Sydney, Melbourne, Perth, Brisbane 5/10 Annular Partial Sun Eclipse - NASA Timing

The Solar Eclipse on May 10, 2013 (Friday) will be visible in Australia. Annular Sun Eclipse can be seen in some places. The timings, duration in various cities is listed below.



Duration in Major Cities:


1) Sydney
- 7.49 am to 10.15 am AEST - Only Partial Eclipse
- Maximum at 8.57 am

2) Melbourne
- 7.50 am to 10.03 am AEST - Only Partial Eclipse
- Maximum at 8.52 am

3) Perth
- Sun Rise to 7.45 am AWST - Only Partial Eclipse

4) Adelaide
- 7.09 am to 9.30 am ACST - Only Partial Eclipse
-  Maximum at 8.14 am 

5) Brisbane
- 7.41 am to 10.28 am AEST - Only Partial Eclipse
- Maximum at 8.57 am

6) Hobart
- 8.06 am to 9.57 am AEST - Only Partial Eclipse
-  Maximum at 8.59 am

7) Canberra
- 7.49 am to 10.10 am AEST - Only Partial Eclipse
- Maximum at 8.55 am


New South Wales (NSW)


8) Newcastle 
- 7.48 am to 10.17 am AEST - Only Partial Eclipse
- Maximum at 8.57 am

9) Wollongong
- 7.50 am to 10.14 am AEST - Only Partial Eclipse
- Maximum at 8.57 am


Northern Territory


10) Alice Springs
- Sunrise to 9.31 am ACST - Only Partial Eclipse
- Maximum at 8.07 am

11) Darwin
- Sunrise to 9.29 am ACST - Only Partial Eclipse
- Maximum at 8.06 am


Queensland


12) Rockhampton 
- 7.34 am to 10.30 am AEST - Only Partial Eclipse
- Maximum at 8.53 am

13) Southport
- 7.42 am to 10.28 am AEST - Only Partial Eclipse
- Maximum at 8.58 am

14) Townsville
- 7.28 am to 10.27 am AEST - Only Partial Eclipse
- Maximum at 8.49 am


Victoria


15) Geelong
- 7.50 am to 10.02 am AEST - Only Partial Eclipse
- Maximum at 8.51 am

Annular Eclipse starts near Collier Range National Park in Western Australia. Tennent Creek in Northern Territory experiences annular eclipse for 3 minutes 4 seconds.

Tags: Surya Grahan Today - May 10th Timings Duration Whether Annular Partial Solar Eclipse occurs Today can be seen visible in Melbourne, Sydney, Adelaide Aus? - South Australia, Tasmania, Western Australia

Acknowledgment:
Eclipse table, predictions courtesy of Fred Espenak - NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center. For more information on solar and lunar eclipses, see Fred Espenak's Eclipse Web Site:  http://eclipse.gsfc.nasa.gov/eclipse.html

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