On March 9, 1997, a total solar eclipse will be visible in Eastern Siberia. Describe the view of the sky at the time of the full phase

On March 9, 1997, a total solar eclipse will be visible in Eastern Siberia. Describe the view of the sky at the time of the full phase, considering that the eclipse will occur in the morning.

During the total eclipse phase, the Sun will be low above the southeastern horizon. On the right, next to him, Mercury and Venus will be visible, a little further away – Jupiter, on the left Saturn will be. Comet Hale-Bopp will appear high above the eclipsed Sun. Bright stars will also be visible in the sky: Vega, Deneb, Altair, Arcturus, Capella.

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