Annular Solar Eclipse, 15 January 2010, Bangladesh Anushandhitshu Chokro Science organization

Hossain, Saddam
September 2010
Amateur Astronomy Magazine;Fall2010, Issue 67, p64
The author discusses the results of the scientific observation conducted by his group during the annular solar eclipse on January 15, 2010 at Cox's Bazar in Bangladesh. The group recorded the lowest and highest humidity using a digital thermometer and a mercury thermometer. They also used a photometer to record light change. The author also provides a list of the changes in micro-climate data during the eclipse.


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