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Differences in eclipse geometry (Earth’s curvature ignored) at ground level (dashed curves) and ionospheric height of 300 km (solid curves): zenith angle (A), obscuration (B), and time (C) at the eclipse maximum. The changes in geometry, going from sea level to ionospheric height, are highlighted by using (red) arrows.

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