uneclipsed

uneclipsed

(ˌʌnɪˈklɪpst)
adj
not obscured or overshadowed
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* Do not look at the uneclipsed or partially eclipsed sun through an unfiltered camera, telescope, binoculars, or other optical device.
"For DSLR cameras, the best way to determine the correct exposure is to test settings on the uneclipsed Sun beforehand.
Problem H.18: Does it ever happen that one person on Earth sees a total eclipse of the moon, and at exactly the same time another person sees the moon uneclipsed?
This is a much easier and safer way of viewing the sun - eclipsed and uneclipsed - by projecting its image on a screen using a pinhole camera or a pinhole projector.
Bradley Schaefer, who made a study of the low Moon's visibility, reported in the August 1989 Sky & Telescope that even an uneclipsed full Moon is only visible when it is at least 2[degrees] above the horizon and the Sun is at least 2[degrees] below the horizon.
We saw the uneclipsed Sun rise from the sea but a few minutes after sunrise it disappeared into cloud, not to return until around 20 minutes before second contact.
Isidro del Prado, formerly one of Asia's finest athletes over the distance whose national record remains uneclipsed to this day, is in these Olympics as coach of young Bruneian ace who vied in Sunday's 400 heats.
Partial eclipses are dangerous to look at because the uneclipsed part of the Sun is still very bright.
Mounting a telescope in the clear air of the Pyrenees, Lyot managed to observe the inner corona, at least, of the uneclipsed Sun.
Multiple PRFs can be used during a single on-target time to ensure that targets are uneclipsed in range.
(5) This led to his observation in 1868 of the spectra of prominences on the uneclipsed Sun, and their association with a new layer above the photosphere which he named the chromosphere.
The foreground scene can be exposed earlier or later in the day when the uneclipsed Sun is well outside the frame.