Describe the view of the sky at the time of the total phase of the solar eclipse on March 29, 2006 in the North Caucasus.

Describe the view of the sky at the time of the total phase of the solar eclipse on March 29, 2006 in the North Caucasus. What planets will be visible in the sky at this time?

The eclipse will occur on March 29, about two hours after local noon in the North Caucasus. The sun and the moon that eclipsed it will be about 40 ° above the horizon in the southwestern sky. Mercury will be located below the Sun, and Venus will be even below the horizon. Mars will be visible very high in the southern part of the sky in the constellation Taurus, and Saturn will appear in the eastern part of the sky.
If the atmosphere is well transparent, stars of the first and second magnitudes can be seen in the sky. In the southeastern region of the sky, bright stars of the constellations Auriga, Gemini, Orion, Canis Major and Minor will be visible. Not high above the northwestern horizon, you can see Vega and Deneb – the brightest stars of the constellations Lyra and Cygnus. Low in the north will be the Big Dipper bucket.

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