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Eclipse Observations
 Results from the observations that were made by CDS during recent solar eclipses  
It should be noted that CDS is not able to view an actual eclipse, due to the spacecraft being locacted 1.6Million kilometers towards the sun and beyond the orbit of the moon. From its unique vantage point it is able to provide valuable detailed science data on the state of the sun during the eclipse period to ground based science observers.
  The 1998 Observations
Support for 1998 Eclipse - coming soon
  The 1999 Observations
Support for 1999 Eclipse
  The 2001 Observations
Support for 2001 Eclipse - coming soon

From the CDS Operations Management Team in the Space Science & Technology Department at CCLRC Rutherford Appleton Laboratory
Site maintained by John Rainnie.
Last revised on Tuesday ( 4/Sep/2007) at 12:37.