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Sunset Eclipse: June 10

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Not everyone can see it, but on June 10, just before sunset, a solar eclipse will occur. Go to the map at this link to see if you fall in the region where it will be visible.The further south you are in a line from Chicago to San Antonio, the more sun will be blocked from view. Those living in Monterrey, Mexico will get quite a view. Those of us in Texas will see 60% or so of the sun turn to black at sunset as the moon moves in front of it.

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Good watching all.



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Great! The California Coast has EXCELLENT seats for this one!

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an engineer from Houston, interested in space development