Eclipse

A chance alignment between the Sun, or any other celestial object, and two other celestial objects in which one body blocks the light of the Sun, or other body, from the other. In effect, the outer object moves through the shadow of the inner object.

Eclipse

[software suite] == Introduction == ECLIPSE (ECSS Compliant Toolset for Information and Projects Support of Enterprises in Space) is a suite of software applications, intended for use by aerospace project and mission teams in managing their CM/QA/PA/PM activities. The ECLIPSE developer says that ECLIPSE provides to its users a straightforwa...
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Eclipse

[Sebastian] Jill Sebastian`s Eclipse is located at Lake Bluff Terrace, Milwaukee, Wisconsin 2000. with stairs leading to it off the lakefront. It is a collaborative piece made out of vitreous glass and stone mosaic over concrete, bronze. The dimensions are 10’ x 10’ x 10`. Made in 2003, this sculpture is still in very good condition. ==...
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Eclipse

Eclipse is British slang for a very stupid person.
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eclipse

The cutting off of light from one celestial body by another.
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eclipse

The cutting off, or blocking, of light from one celestial body by another.
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eclipse

[n] - one celestial body obscures another 2. [v] - cause an eclipse of 3. [v] - cause an eclipse of (a celestial body) by intervention
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Eclipse

When a celestial body passes in front of another (eg the moon in front of the Sun).
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Eclipse

A chance alignment between the Sun and two other celestial objects within the solar system in which one body blocks the light of the Sun from the other. In effect, the outer object moves through the shadow of the inner object.Lunar EclipseWhen the Moon enters the Earth's shadow as the Earth moves between the Sun and the Moon.Solar EclipseWhen the E...
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Eclipse

E·clipse' (e*klĭps') noun [ French éclipse , Latin eclipsis , from Greek 'e`kleipsis , prop., a forsaking, failing, from 'eklei`pein to leave out, forsake; 'ek out + lei`pein to leave. See Ex- , and Loan .] 1.
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Eclipse

E·clipse' transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Eclipsed (e*klĭpst'); present participle & verbal noun Eclipsing .] 1. To cause the obscuration of; to darken or hide; -- said of a heavenly body; as, the moon ecl...
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Eclipse

E·clipse' intransitive verb To suffer an eclipse. « While the laboring moon Eclipses at their charms.» Milton.
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eclipse

1. <astronomy> An interception or obscuration of the light of the sun, moon, or other luminous body, by the intervention of some other body, either between it and the eye, or between the luminous body and that illuminated by it. A lunar eclipse is caused by the moon passing through the earth's shadow; a solar eclipse, by the moon coming betwe...
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eclipse

occultation noun one celestial body obscures another
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Eclipse

• (v. i.) To suffer an eclipse. • (v. t.) To cause the obscuration of; to darken or hide; -- said of a heavenly body; as, the moon eclipses the sun. • (n.) The loss, usually temporary or partial, of light, brilliancy, luster, honor, consciousness, etc.; obscuration; gloom; darkness. • (n.) An interception or obscuration of the l...
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eclipse

in astronomy, complete or partial obscuring of a celestial body by another. An eclipse occurs when three celestial objects become aligned.[16 related articles]
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eclipse

eclipse, eclipses, eclipser, eclipsed, eclipsing 1. In astronomy, the partial or complete hiding from view of a celestial body; that is, the Sun or Moon, when another celestial body comes between it and the observer. 2. A loss or blocking of light. 3. A loss of status, power, or favor.
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Eclipse

[Trumbo] Eclipse is Dalton Trumbo`s first novel published in 1935. The novel is about a town and its people written in the social realist style. The town, which Trumbo calls `Shale City,` was modeled on Grand Junction, Colorado, where Trumbo lived from 1908 until he left for the University of Colorado in 1924. Trumbo`s daughter Nikola write...
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Eclipse

[video game] Eclipse is a mod for the video game Half-Life 2. It is a fantasy-themed action-adventure viewed in third-person. Eclipse was developed by CelTech Studios, a group of students from The Guildhall at SMU and released June 17, 2005. ==Storyline== Eclipse is a third-person total conversion of Valve`s Half-Life 2. Eclipse is an actio...
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Eclipse

HMS Eclipse was a British Eclipse Class destroyer of 1375 tons displacement launched in 1934 and sunk during the Second World War. She was armed with four 4.7-inch guns; six smaller guns; two depth-charge throwers and eight 21-inch torpedo tubes. She was powered by three Admiralty 3-drum type boilers providing a top speed of 36.7 knots and a range ...
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eclipse

The obscuring of one celestial body by another. Related terms: lunar eclipse and solar eclipse
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eclipse

event obscuring the sun or moon
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eclipse

The total or partial concealment of one celestial body by another, a phenomenon seen in solar eclipses, lunar eclipses, and eclipsing binary stars. Compare with occultation and transit.
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eclipse

eclipse (ēklips', i–) [Gr.,=failing], in astronomy, partial or total obscuring of one celestial body by the shadow of another. Best known are the lunar eclipses, which occur when the earth blocks the sun's light from the moon, and solar eclipses, occurring when the moon blocks the su...
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Eclipse

An eclipse is the interception or obscuration of the light of the sun, moon or other heavenly body by the intervention of another and non-luminous heavenly body. Stars and planets may suffer eclipse, but the principal eclipses are those of the sun and the moon.
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