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Eclipse Today!

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Keep your eyes on your pinhole projections (because we know better than to look right at the sun for any length of time, right?)especially if you live in the Pacific, and enjoy a rare annular eclispe.
The eclipse will be partially visable in many regions of North and South America near sunset tonight. For more info, click here.



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And I got extra credit in my astronomy class by showing up to view it through a telescope! (with a filter on it, of course--lets only 1/1000 of the light through, cost the instructor somewhere around a hundred bucks)

Smile! The world could use another happy person.

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