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Sunday, August 20, 2017

Moonstruck

We are set to watch the Great American Total Solar Eclipse tomorrow.
The skies will darken all the way from Oregon to South Carolina.
The path travels across our county, and for a whole two minutes and thirty seven
seconds, we will find ourselves in darkness in the middle of the day.
Hopefully, if we are lucky,  we'll be able to view the planet Venus, and stars in the solar system.
Scientists tell us we are in for an unforgettable experience.
Magical !

 

11 comments:

local alien said...

Wow that's going to be a great sight. Lucky you.

Rain said...

I think we're only going to get a partial eclipse here, I can't wait. The last total eclipse I remember was 40 years ago when I was in grade school!

The Great Ethan Allen said...

SOO LUCKY! Please take lots and lots of pictures! We are going to miss it here in Iowa. (93.2% coverage) and there is a high chance for clouds. I hope you are able to see it for as long as possible. I'm so jealous!

Doc said...

Bring it on!

roth phallyka said...

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Kathy said...

How fortunate that you are in the line for a total eclipse. Only partial here, but that is fine with me. It's so exciting.

donna baker said...

You are going to get the whole thing. I will just have to see it on replay as hubby is having throat stretched today. It is eerie.

Betsy Brock said...

It was fun to see, wasn't it? A few minutes of darkness is very cool.

annie said...

Had nothing to look at it with so didn't bother going outside but the rest of the family got to see it and were excited about it.
Hope you enjoyed seeing it!

Henny Penny said...

You are lucky! Here, it was 93% which didn't even seem that much. It did get pretty dark and all the birds and animals got quiet. I took a few pictures to put on my blog. Poppy and I waited too late to get the solar glasses.

L. D. said...

You were lucky to have total darkness. The 93 percent coverage made the sun seem brighter as it shone around the edge of the moon. It was all a fascinating thing.