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Path of Pluto’s shadow on Earth on 6 June 2020. Small blue dots show the track of central occultation geographically each minute before and after the predicted time of central occultation. The large dot indicates the location/time of central occultation in China. The arrow corresponds to the direction of the shadow motion. The precision of the dashed red line is the estimated 1σ path deviation. When the Sun elevation is below −18 degrees (night) the areas are dark gray, and when the Sun elevation is between 0 and −18 degrees areas are shown in light gray. The prediction comes from the Lucky Star project.

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