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Translated title of the contribution: Solar eclipse with a radio telescope

Research output: Other contributionGeneral public


On Tuesday October 25, a partial solar eclipse was observed in Finland and at Aalto University's Metsähovi Radio Observatory in Kirkkonummi.

The solar eclipse was be visible from 12:11 to 14:31 and it was at its deepest at 13:21, when the Sun was be 62.7 percent covered. The exact times of the solar eclipse are calculated for Kirkkonummi and western Uusimaa.

Finland's only astronomical radio observatory is located at Metsähovi. Even though it was raining the whole time, Metsähovi's radio telescopes were able able to produce solar maps and record the eclipse even through clouds.
Translated title of the contributionSolar eclipse with a radio telescope
Original languageFinnish
TypeSolar eclipse webpage
Media of outputWeb page
PublisherAalto-yliopiston Metsähovin radio-observatorio
Number of pages2
Publication statusPublished - 25 Oct 2022
MoE publication typeNot Eligible


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