Redshift 3
AWSV Metius

   

Alkmaarse Weer- en Sterrenkundige Vereniging Metius

   


Download Page of RedShift 3 setting files

 

  You need the planetarium program RedShif 3 to display the settings.
Every setting is a starting point. RedShift remains fully functional and you can make any changes you like.
Please send your RS3 settings and mov to: hoogeland2@zonnet.nl
 

The Solar eclipse of august 11, 1999

SE99MV52KMpumbra.rs3

  Shows the eclipse seen from our moon at an altitude of 52 kM from the moon's surface. Looking over the moonscape you will see the Earth just above the horizon. The penumbra of the eclipse is clearly visible.  
   
 


 

The Solar eclipse of august 11, 1999

SE99SVpumbra1.rs3

  The eclipse this time seen from the Sun. You see the large penumbra. The small umbra is hidden behind the moon.  
   
 


 

The Solar eclipse of august 11, 1999

SE99MV245MMpumbra.rs3

  Shows the eclipse seen from our moon at an altitude of 245.000 kM from the moon's surface.
   
 


 

The Solar eclipse of august 11, 1999

SE99MVpumbra_umbra.rs3

  Shows the eclipse from the surface of our moon. There's a very small dark spot visible in the large penumbra. Indeed: the umbra. (north of France). Zoom in to make it big on the screen. You will be amazed how far this will go! Take a forward step in time to see the umbra move over the Earth. Maybe you can estimate the speed of the shadow.
   
 


 

The Solar eclipse of august 11, 1999

SE99MVumbra2.rs3

 

Zoomed in on the umbra.

 

SE99EV1.rs3

 

The eclipse seen from earth on the path of totality

 
 

SolarEclips09012001.rs3
The total lunar eclipse of 9 jan 2001 seen from te moon. So it is a solar eclipse caused by the earth.


3nov2001.rs3
Saturn covered by the moon at 3 nov 2001.