The global footprint of the eclipse.  The lightest grey area shows where the eclipse is occurring during either sunrise (left lobe) or sunset (right lobe).  The medium grey area shows where the eclipse will be seen in its entirety as a partial eclipse.  The darkest grey area is the path of totality where totality will be observed.

The local circumstances plot for the eclipse from Oneroa on Mangaia. The dotted lines with 1 and 4 in them show where the Moon is at first and fourth contact respectively.

CREDIT AND COPYRIGHT
Illustrations are courtesy of Dr. Steve Bell, Head of HM Nautical Almanac Office (HMNAO) , United Kingdom Hydrographic Office.  The Eclipses Online part of the HMNAO website has a wealth of information about solar and lunar eclipes, past, present and future.
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TOTAL ECLIPSE OF THE SUN: MANGAIA, COOK ISLANDS
11 JULY, 2010

Global footprint of 2010 total eclipse
Mangaia total eclipse details