I am using the term literally correctly here, so please proceed in the way you would if you were watching a solar eclipse that ends with an explosion and the immediate heat death of the universe. Read more...
As the Scorpio Full Moon rises Wednesday afternoon, elevated sensitivities encourage us to do what is necessary to release the pressure. Thoughts, feelings and intentions placed around the Solar Eclipse finally climax, setting off a display of deep, dark emotions. Show More Summary
When I was a young boy at school we had the opportunity to view a partial eclipse of the sun as it passed over my town on a clear afternoon. As this particular solar event was to take place during a science lesson, we spent several weeks learning about optics, light, and a level of [...]
If you love sports, today loves you. If sports were astronomy, today would be a solar eclipse during the transit of Mercury. If it were presidential politics, it would be an election decided in the House of Representatives. If it were bird watching, it would be a black swan. Show More Summary
After the first solar eclipse of 2014, thirst is high for more great night skies. Here's where to see the celestial sights this summer.
What else is there to see in the sky this season? After today's first solar eclipse of 2014 (visible only in Australia and Antarctica), thirst is high for more nights spent with an eye to the sky. For a clue or two, we turn to one of our favorite Facebook pages, i fucking love science (IFLS). Show More Summary
On Monday, there is a solar eclipse in Taurus. Solar eclipses are amazing opportunities to start new things for the next six months to a year. It all about initiating around grounding, mastery, the physical world and finances. A brand … The post Watch | Divine Harmony: Weekly Cosmic Insight April 28 – May 4th appeared first on YOGANONYMOUS.
The great thing about a solar eclipse is that it’s also a New Moon, initiating a four-week lunar cycle and a new story. Try pursuing that string of thought after this morning’s Taurus... This is content summary only. Please visit Planet Waves Daily Astrology Blog for full links, other content, and more!
The quest for fire meets the march of the penguins.
After stargazers in North and South America witnessed a magnificent "blood moon," people in the Southern Hemisphere see a cosmic event of their own
So I'm standing in the carpark across from where SmallestOne goes for his tutoring. SmallestOne, his tutor, his class mate and her family are taking turns to use the eclipse glasses to see the Sun with a chunk out of it. Behind me my telescope sits neglected, maximum eclipse has passed and I still haven't set it up. Show More Summary
The moon will block the sun in the first solar eclipse of the year on April 29, and stargazers in Australia have some of the best seats on the planet. But you don't have to be in the land Down Under to see the sun spectacle — you can...Show More Summary
April has kept us busy in keeping us uneasy with the Lunar Eclipse, the swarm of earthquakes, the Cardinal Grand Cross, the recent wicked weather forecast, and with today’s Solar Eclipse. This morning’s ecliptic Sun/Moon conjunction in earthy Taurus will support our need for grounding, practicality, rest and self-care. Show More Summary
This afternoon a partial eclipse will be visible across all Australia. Here are some tips to watch it safely, and perhaps grab some great photos — without burning your corneas. And that’s always nice. More »
Tonight’s the first annular solar eclipse of 2014 (April 28-29), but almost nobody will be able to see it. The ring of fire will be visible only from the uninhabited region of Wilkes Land in Antarctica, the southern edge of Indonesia, and the South Indian Ocean. Show More Summary
Attention all night owls and Antarctic penguins: A annular solar eclipse will be turning the sun into a glowing ring of fire, the full extent of which will only be visible from a remote spot of Antarctica. Viewers in the U.S. can catch part of the action with this live show from the Slooh Space Camera, beginning at 11 p.m PT/2 a.m ET.
Parts of the world will be able to see 2014's first solar eclipse tomorrow morning. But this is no ordinary eclipse
April 2014's extraterrestrial brouhaha ends with a solar eclipse in Taurus on Tuesday. Stargazers may finally enjoy a deep sigh of relief as May begins with peaceful awareness, as the workings of the universe simplify once again. A solar eclipse in Taurus usually brings agricultural problems and threatens high mortality for... More »
Partial Solar Eclipse as seen from Adelaide near maximum eclipse, 4:37 pm ACST 29 April 2014. Simulated in Celestia. Click to embiggen. This is a final reminder that on the late afternoon of April 29, there will be a partial eclipseShow More Summary
The Sun is now in Taurus, and overnight tonight (early Tuesday morning EDT) there will be an eclipse of the Sun. With the Moon, Mercury, the Sun, Juno (and the deep, distant and intriguing planet... This is content summary only. Please visit Planet Waves Daily Astrology Blog for full links, other content, and more!