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- adj. Of or pertaining to an umbra.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Pertaining to an umbra.
- n. In the classification of the Paleozoic series of Pennsylvania, according to H. D. Rogers, a group of rocks of great thickness, belonging to the Carboniferous, and lying between the Seral or Millstone-grit and the Vespertine.
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For Britain the Moon rises in the NE before it withdraws fully from the central dark umbral shadow at 16:18.
I can see the umbral mass of his fetal-bent body lying beside her as always.
By 5: 01 a.m., our lunar neighbor escapes completely from the umbral shadow.
On the morning of Dec. 21, the moon begins passing into the Earth's umbral shadow at 1: 33 a.m., according to Fred Espenak, an astronomer and noted eclipse expert.
The moon is always full and it passes through Earth's umbral shadow, or the darkest part of the shadow.
The path of the Moon's umbral shadow begins in India and crosses through Nepal, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Myanmar and China.
Cool misting lawn sprinklers, their umbral spay — brick walks glisten in the mottled light.
The International Space Station (ISS) was in position to view the umbral (ground) shadow cast by the Moon as it moved between the Sun and the Earth during the solar eclipse on March 29, 2006.
This astronaut image captures the umbral shadow across southern Turkey, northern Cyprus, and the Mediterranean Sea.
I took my wife out to show her, explained the whole penumbral/umbral thing, why the moon was red, etc etc.
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