A total solar eclipse occurs somewhere on Earth about once every year and a half, on average. But imagine if it happened every single month. For this to be the case, the moon would have to orbit Earth in the same plane in which Earth travels around the sun – that way, the new moon would always...
ante diem viii kalendas decembres 29/30 A.D. — partial solar eclipse in the eastern Mediterranean which is sometimes associated with the crucifixion 62 A.D. — death of the satirist Aulus Persius Flaccus (source?) 303 A.D. — martyrdom of Felicissimus and Firmina 1785 — birth of August Boeckh (one of those old time German philologists who live […]
(PG-13: Language) Salomon Freeski TV, six pro skiers, and photographer Reuben Krabbe traveled to an archipelago near the Arctic to take on an extreme first world problem: do a skiing photoshoot during a solar eclipse. The climax is at 26:19. Behind the scenes here.
Could a solar eclipse over Europe during the day affect the power generated by Germany's photovoltaic systems or solar panels, thereby challenging the reliability of the electrical supply across the country? A new analysis based on simulations...Show More Summary
The forecast for solar energy is mostly sunny across the United States, with a chance of a three-year eclipse.
He Released The Track To Celebrate His Tour Of U.S. And Mexico Taking Place This Month.
With about ½ hour to go to the start of the partial solar eclipse I've got mostly clear skies with just a few little fluffy clouds floating about.Fingers crossed things go better than back in March 2006.I'll try and make frequent updates over on Twitter.
Experience a total solar eclipse in Indonesia on a tour specially designed by New Scientist in partnership with adventure specialists Intrepid Travel
If you’re like me, your social media and news feeds were chock full of some great (and some not so great) shots of last night’s supermoon/total solar eclipse. Sadly for me, we had some pretty terrible weather and clouds that made my eclipse gazing plans non-existent–and I really had my heart set on trying to [...]Show More Summary
First the Earth and then the moon recently blocked the sun's light from the point of view of NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory
NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory was photobombed a couple days ago, and shared a photo of the event. They explained that "though SDO sees dozens of Earth eclipses and several lunar transits each year, this is the first time ever that the two have coincided."
Two sun-observing spacecraft in Earth orbit captured images of a partial solar eclipse Sunday morning.
Why settle for a single solar eclipse, when you can have a double solar eclipse? For the first time in history, NASA has given us a glimpse of this rare event that you can only see from space because it requires a view of both the moon and Earth. Show More Summary
Yup, it’s just what it sounds like. That’s the sun being eclipsed at the same time by both the Earth and the Moon. Read more...
The sun-gazing Proba-2 satellite had an action-packed day in which it witnessed a partial solar eclipse three times over.
As we walk through the powerful vibrations of Sunday’s Solar Eclipse, we’ll also be moving through a thick dense fog from the Jupiter/Neptune opposition on Friday September 18. In it’s own divine way, this unfocused energy can overshadow what has already been learned. Show More Summary
The moon will cover up to 30 percent of the sun in some parts of the world; the rest of us can watch online
This is a great month for eclipses and kicking it off right is the partial solar eclipse happening this Sunday, Sep. 13. It's the last solar eclipse of the year, and the next won't come around until March 9, 2016. Unfortunately, most...Show More Summary
Washington, D.C. is bringing solar to low-income communities. The post Renewable Energy Progress Eclipsing Capitol Hill appeared first on ThinkProgress.
Moving forward is on the agenda this week; and by us doing so, we can leave the past exactly where it belongs; which of course is in the past. A feisty Mars is harmonizing with a defiant Uranus on Wednesday September 9, helping directions to shift once again, with life effortlessly following our cue. Show More Summary