2021年12月11日

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Postcard from the South Pole
Image Credit & Copyright:
Aman Chokshi

Explanation: From this vantage point about three quarters of a mile from planet Earth’s geographic South Pole, the December 4 eclipse of the Sun was seen as a partial eclipse. At maximum eclipse the New Moon blocked 90 percent of the solar disk. Of course, crews at the South Pole Telescope (left) and BICEP telescope (right) climbed to the roof of Amundsen-Scott station’s Dark Sector Laboratory to watch. Centered near the local eclipse maximum, the composite timelapse view features an image of the Sun in cold antarctic skies taken every four minutes. Left to right along the roof line it also features the raised arms of Brandon Amat, Aman Chokshi, Cheng Zhang, James Bevington and Allen Forster.

Tomorrow’s picture: in darker skies


南极风景画
影像提供与版权:
Aman Chokshi

说明: 在12月4日的日食期间,从这个离地球地理南极约1.2公里的地点看出去,见到了日偏食。在食甚阶段,新月约遮掩了百分之九十的日盘。在当时,南极望远镜(左)和河外宇宙背景偏振成像望远镜(BICEP;右)的驻站人员,爬上阿蒙森-史考特南极站.暗区实验室的屋顶去观赏此事件。上面这幅由间隔4分钟照片组合而成的缩时主题影像,呈现以当地食甚为中心的太阳,在酷寒南极天空中的行迹。在屋顶上高举双手的观众,从左到右分别是Brandon Amat、Aman Chokshi、Cheng Zhang、 James Bevington、和Allen Forster。

明日的图片: in darker skies

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