A Last few words before the eclipse.
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Hey, everyone! Here’s a quick post. This is pretty cool. The people at the great BBC Sky at Night magazine decided to publish a second online Word of the Month column this month. I’m surprised, too. This time around, I talk about the shadow and what the view of Monday’s eclipse would be like from […]
Hey, everyone! I’m excited and thankful to the great people over at Sky at Night Magazine for publishing my latest Word of the Month column. This month, I talk about one of my favorite words in all of English, syzygy. I hope you’ll click through, give it a read, like, comment, share, etc. Thanks!
Originally posted on How I See It:
NASA plans thorough coverage of the 21 August solar eclipse according to this announcement. Highlights will be broadcast live from unique locations coast-to-coast, aircraft, spacecraft, and the International Space Station. So, if you are unable to put yourself in the centerline, you can still see this life-changing event.…
It’s the last week before the big eclipse. Where’s the Moon? If you get up early, you can watch the end of the story!
When the skies go dark during the total eclipse, what else will you be able to see?