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620000Eclipse

                        SOLAR ECLIPSE, JULY 1963


    The National Committee is considering organizing the efforts of

interested members who will be able to travel to points within the eclipse

path. There are many effects due to a total eclipse that require observa-

tion and are within the capabilities and instrumentation of amateur groups.


    A future bulletin will outline possible plans in detail; however, for

the present, the Committee needs to know liar many Centres are planning to

organize eclipse parties, or how many individuals are likely to be near the

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Lantern 1945C

Total Eclipse Path, 9 July 1945.

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Lantern 1945B

Canadian Eclipse Observers, 9 July 1945.

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Lantern 1945A

Eclipse site 1945.

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Lantern 21

Dr. Piltcher at Louiseville, P.Q., 1932 Aug 31.

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Lantern 20

Time Taking at the solar eclipse. Louiseville P.Q., 1932 Aug 31.

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Lantern 19

H. Barker - The field, Louiseville, P.Q. 1932 Aug 31.

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Lantern 18

The 8-inch telescope camera. Louiseville P.Q., 1932 Aug 31.

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Lantern 16

Sight Seeing, 1932 August 31 Solar Eclipse.

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Lantern 15

RASC Party, Louiseville, Quebec, 1932 August 31.

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