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Total solar eclipse to be seen across the U.S.

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Re: Total solar eclipse to be seen across the U.S.

PostThu Mar 19, 2015 9:53 am

Thanks, Michael. The coloration of the photo reminds me of the Green Light often referred to in the works of Miguel Serrano.

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PostFri Aug 21, 2015 11:44 pm

OK people, here it comes...!

http://news.yahoo.com/great-american-to ... 20510.html

...and ZOG be damned!

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PostTue Aug 16, 2016 6:53 am

One. More. Year. Quick; where will you be this time next year
on August 21st, 2017? We're now just one year out this weekend
from a fine total solar eclipse gracing the United States from
coast to coast. If you think one year out is too early to start
planning, well, umbraphiles (those who chase the shadow of the
Moon worldwide) have been planning to catch this one now for
over a decade.

http://www.universetoday.com/130224/one ... r-eclipse/

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PostSat Oct 15, 2016 11:46 am

Will Williams wrote:Speaking of eclipses, this Blood Moon eclipse that all in North America will be able to see tomorrow morning, April 15th, apparently has deep meaning for Jews:

The Coming BLOOD MOONS...

Speaking of moons, there will be a full one tomorrow(Sunday) evening: http://www.space.com/34391-october-full ... -moon.html

The full Hunter's Moon of October will rise in the early hours of Sunday morning (Oct. 16) — and by some definitions, it's also a "supermoon."

October's full Hunter's Moon follows the full Harvest Moon of September, which falls around the start of the autumn equinox. The moniker Hunter's Moon was coined in the Northern Hemisphere, and refers to the time of year when deer and other game are fattened, and hunters begin stocking up for the winter months ahead.

This month, the full moon of October will peak on Sunday at 12:23 a.m. EDT (0423 GMT). However, to the casual skywatcher, it will also appear full in the night sky a day prior and after it reaches peak fullness...
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Slideshow of 1014 supermoon photos, here: http://www.space.com/26784-supermoon-ph ... -2014.html
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Re: Total solar eclipse to be seen across the U.S.

PostTue Feb 28, 2017 1:08 pm

Ready for the “Great American Eclipse?” We’re now less than six months
out from the long-anticipated total solar eclipse spanning the contiguous
United States from coast-to-coast. And while folks are scrambling to make
last minute plans to stand in the path of totality on Monday, August 21st,
2017, a unique project named the Eclipse Megamovie 2017 seeks seeks to
document the view across the entire path.

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And us? We’ll be casting our hubris at the Universe and catch the eclipse
from Columbia, South Carolina. We’re heeding the advice of veteran eclipse
chasers, and simply enjoying our first eclipse, and imaging our second,
though we may sneak in a few shots for the Eclipse Megamovie project.
Universe Today publisher Fraser Cain and astronomer and AstronomyCast
host Pamela Gay will lead a group watching from southern Illinois, and
we’ve also heard from many other observers from around the world who’ll
be visiting the U.S. the August… where will you be?

http://www.universetoday.com/133666/joi ... r-eclipse/
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Re: Total solar eclipse to be seen across the U.S.

PostTue Mar 21, 2017 5:41 pm

Wade Hampton III wrote:OK people, here it comes...!

http://news.yahoo.com/great-american-to ... 20510.html

...and ZOG be damned!

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This will be special, Wade, and viewable from near where each of us live.

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Much more about this rare solar event, here at the NASA site: https://eclipse.gsfc.nasa.gov/SEgoogle/ ... oogle.html
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Re: Total solar eclipse to be seen across the U.S.

PostWed Mar 22, 2017 1:54 am

Will Williams wrote:This will be special, Wade, and viewable from near where each of us live.


Throughout the long weekend of August 18-21, 2017, attractions, cultural institutions,
hospitality and retail businesses in Columbia, S.C. – the total solar eclipse capital
of the East Coast – will host special eclipse-related events leading up to nature's
grandest spectacle.

Wade says, "Praise Thor!!"

http://totaleclipsecolumbiasc.com/
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Re: Total solar eclipse to be seen across the U.S.

PostFri Mar 24, 2017 3:42 am

The greatest place on Earth to be....

...for the opportunity of a lifetime!

https://informal.jpl.nasa.gov/museum/co ... ate-museum

I saw one in 1970! If a total solar eclipse could be put to soul-stirring
music, this would be it:







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Re: Total solar eclipse to be seen across the U.S.

PostSun Mar 26, 2017 6:59 pm

SC is not the only state of total Solar eclipse! For the
benefit of Alliance members in the State of Tennessee,
here are the particulars of one of Mother Nature's greatest
celestial events!

http://www.eclipse2017.org/2017/states/TN.htm

For those who choose to experience this eclipse outside the
path, a partial eclipse is all they will see. Even if the
Sun is 99.9% eclipsed for these observers, they will not
experience the full, jaw-dropping, knee-buckling, emotionally
-overloading, completely overwhelming spectacle that is totality!

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Re: Total solar eclipse to be seen across the U.S.

PostSun Apr 09, 2017 11:10 pm

Nu Stuff...

August 21 is a big day in the American celestial calendar. For the first
time in 23 years, the entire continental United States will have the
opportunity to see the Sun disappear for a few minutes — in some places,
completely — behind the Moon. It’s called a solar eclipse, and it’s
something that’s pretty rare around here. What makes the August eclipse
all the more special is it’s a total eclipse, which blocks out the Sun
more completely than a more common annular eclipse. Such a thing hasn’t
been viewable from American soil in 38 years! So why should you be excited
about this event? Read on and we’ll explain:

https://www.yahoo.com/news/everything-k ... 30748.html
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