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A 'smokeless cigarette' developed and marketed by RJ Reynolds

Eclipse

Vascular surgery A laser for performing transmyocardial revascularizationn–TMR and percutaneous transluminal myocardial revascularization–PTMR

eclipse

(ĕ-klips′) [Gr. ekleipein, to leave out, omit]
To make or become dark or obscure.
eclipse

eclipse

  1. the period during which a virus exists as a free nucleic acid in the host cell, so called because nothing seems to be happening during this phase.
  2. (of plumage in birds) occurring for a short time after the breeding plumage is moulted, particularly in ducks.
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With the day and night difference, people in the world would see the eclipse at different times.
Astronomers said this will be the third eclipse of the year 2011.
There will be another partial solar eclipse on July 1, followed by yet another partial solar eclipse on November 25.
People will also be able to see the second total lunar eclipse of the year again on December 10.
The eclipse will obscure 15 percent of the sun's diameter and be visible in Southern California and most of North America.
At the height of the eclipse, the sun will seem to have a small bite taken out of it,'' said Griffith Observatory Astronomer John Mosley.
Griffith Observatory will be selling a Solarama, a safe glass solar viewer that can be used to observe the eclipse with the unaided eye for $6.
The partial eclipse will not throw Los Angeles into darkness.
This is a great opportunity to view an eclipse because it's at a very convenient time, especially for children,'' said John Mosley, program director at the Griffith Observatory.
Generally clear skies are anticipated for the eclipse.
But, Mosley emphasized, telescopes aren't required to view and appreciate the eclipse.