Umbra

From the Latin for shade, it is the shadow area defining a total eclipse. or the dark central region of a sunspot.

Umbra

The dark core or cores (umbrae) in a SUNSPOT with PENUMBRA, or a sunspot lacking penumbra.

Umbra

HMS Umbra was a British Ursula Class submarine of 540 tons displacement launched in the early 1940s. She was armed with one small gun and six 21-inch torpedo tubes in the bow. She had a top speed of 11.25 knots surfaced and 10 knots submerged and carried a complement of 27.
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Umbra

Umbra is a cultivated variety of potato.
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Umbra

[company] Umbra is a Toronto-based designer and manufacturer of houseware. (The name umbra means shade in Latin). The company was founded by two childhood friends in 1979. The company now sells more than 2,000 home products, sold through 25,000 retailers in 75 countries. The company`s products are recognized by a stylized `U` printed on eac...
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Umbra

(Phytolacca) This group consists of hardy and tender perennials. They are found wild in North and South America, Asia and Africa. Very few kinds are in cultivation. P. dioica, the Umbra, is a quick growing tree that is grown for decoration in mild climates. It is an evergreen and grows up to 60 feet high. It produces white flowers. P. americana, Po...
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umbra

The dark central region of a sunspot.
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umbra

Latin, meaning: shade, shadow.
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umbra

[n] - a region of complete shadow resulting from total obstruction of light
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Umbra

(1). The darkest part of the shadow cast by Earth into space. (2). The darker portion of a sunspot.
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Umbra

The darkest part of a shadow where no light from the source reaches.
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umbra

Origin: L, a shadow. ... 1. <astronomy> The conical shadow projected from a planet or satellite, on the side opposite to the sun, within which a spectator could see no portion of the sun's disk; used in contradistinction from penumbra. See Penumbra. The central dark portion, or nucleus, of a sun spot. ... The fainter part of a sun spot; now m...
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umbra

noun a region of complete shadow resulting from total obstruction of light
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umbra

(um´brә) the part of a shadow in which there is no light from any light source. a sharp appearance to the edges of a structure on a radiograph.
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Umbra

• (n.) The conical shadow projected from a planet or satellite, on the side opposite to the sun, within which a spectator could see no portion of the sun`s disk; -- used in contradistinction from penumbra. See Penumbra. • (n.) The fainter part of a sun spot; -- now more commonly called penumbra. • (n.) The central dark portion, or nu...
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umbra

(from the article `Sun`)
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umbra

that part of a shadow in which all light from a given source is excluded. The shadow from a point source of illumination is essentially all umbra, ... [1 related articles]
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umbra

umbra (s), umbrae (pl) 1. A dark area, especially the blackest part of a shadow caused by light from all points of a source being prevented from reaching the area, usually by an opaque object. 2. In astronomy, the shadow region over an area of the earth where a solar eclipse is total. 3. The darkest region of a sunspot. 4. A shade; su...
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Umbra

Umbra is Latin for shadow.
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umbra

• The portion of a shadow cone in which none of the light from an extended light source (ignoring refraction) can be observed. • The dark core or cores in a sunspot with a penumbra, or all of a sunspot that lacks a penumbra. Plural is umbrae.
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umbra

umbra: see eclipse; sunspots.
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Umbra

Umbra is the astrological term for the shadow cast by a planet or satellite.
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umbra

Central region of a shadow that is totally dark because no light reaches it, and from which no part of the light source can be seen (compare penumbra). In astronomy, it is a region of the Earth from which a complete eclipse of the Sun can be seen
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umbra

the darker, smaller shadow cast by the Moon during a total solar eclipse.
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Umbra

The name given to the shadow cast by a celestial object that entirely blocks out illumination.
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