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Solar Eclipse

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Abstract
The film is dedicated to a solar eclipse that was observed over a large territory of the Soviet Union on February 15, 1961. Researchers from the Crimean and Byurakan (Armenia) Observatories at telescopes and other instruments, including: AB Severny, Gnevyshev and others. Foreign scientists are present at the observation of the eclipse at the Crimean Observatory, including: Harold Zirin (USA), Raymond Mishar and Oliver Gauthier (France), Jiri Lexa, Joseph Tremko, Vera Khokhlova (Czechoslovakia). Scientists at telescopes in Rostov-on-Don, Sverdlovsk. Flying Observatory - Tu-104 aircraft in the air. Astronomers at the equipment in the aircraft cabin. Different plans for a solar eclipse, including a complete one.
Director
E. Kozina
Color
B&W
Film ID
19728
Keywords
landscapes
, nature
, astronomy
, scientific connections
Meterage
251
Number of Parts
1
Operators
I. Zaporozhsky, A. Kozakov, I. Mikheev, M. Prudnikov
Other Creators
There is no data
Release Date
1961
Sound
Has Sound

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