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Fig. 3


Eclipse configuration in synthetic Dopplergram. Colors show the velocity projected toward the observer; the color coding is the same as in the middle panel of Fig. 4 with velocities between −3 and + 3 km s-1 from blue to red with yellow stripes. Universal time and fraction of the surface occulted by the Moon are given in the upper left and upper right part of the images, respectively. Orientation on sky is shown as the black coordinate system, the green line shows the orientation of the horizon at any given time. White circles in the upper left panel show solar limb angles of μ = 0.8,0.6 and μ = 0.3.

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