Regions between the blue lines see a total solar eclipse by the Outer Moon, while regions between the green lines see a partial eclipse from the Outer Moon. Regions between the yellow lines see a total solar eclipse by the Inner Moon, while regions between the purple lines see a partial eclipse from the Inner Moon. The black lines mark the border between day and night at the time that the center of the eclipse shadow passes by. The gray lines mark the general position of the center of the eclipse shadows, at the times indicated. Times given in minutes from the time that the center of the Outer Moon's shadow becomes visible in Zephyria.
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The double eclipse was the succession of two solar eclipses by each of Etheria's moons. Although...