Hind found that this was a total eclipse, and that the northern limit of totality passed about 100 miles south of Worms.
Such clouds have been observed at all these three stages of a total eclipse.
The meteorological bureau is a little hazy yet on the exact date of the total eclipse, but it's due to happen any minute.
In 1806 a total eclipse of the Sun occurred, visible in N. America.
Johnson found that a total eclipse of the Moon happened in the early evening of Jan. 30.
On the 18th August in that year a total eclipse was visible in India.
Finally his total eclipse took place, and he agreed to be the attendant, the confidential servant, of his old comrade.
I suppose we have all seen one total eclipse, and we may see another.
A little cold in the eyes, a little redness around them and a total eclipse of sight.
To offend your Union, dear boy, is to accomplish the total eclipse of your future.
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An eclipse in which the entire surface of a celestial object is obscured. See more at eclipse.