Reminder: Solar eclipse of Wednesday, March 29, 2006

"If you could move freely on the globe, you could enjoy the awesome spectacle of a total eclipse of the sun pretty often. The next one is scheduled to darken the daytime skies on Wednesday, March 29, 2006.

This week, you might be in Africa or Turkey. You might be cruising on the Mediterranean, Black and Caspian Seas right now, waiting for Wednesday’s eclipse. Your big concern would be the weather.

This total solar eclipse will rank as the top astronomical event for the year, for those in the right place to see it…"

Earth & Sky

No ticket? Watch it on the web.
More info at NASA’s Eclipse page.
The Religion and Mythology of Solar Eclipses
Meet Mr. Eclipse.
Eclipses Online UK
BBC News coverage
FLICKR photos tagged  with "eclipse"
YouTube video of October 2005 eclipse from Valencia, Spain

Updated 3/29 9.21. A/CST

The coolest eclipse pic evar:


By "L" in Lisboa, Portugal @ FLICKR
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2 Responses to Reminder: Solar eclipse of Wednesday, March 29, 2006

  1. Luis DaRosa P. says:

    I can’t believe that of the thousands who’ve probably clicked through nobody has thanked thanks!

  2. Armand says:

    That’s quite alright. You’re welcome and thanks everyone for visiting. Now take those silly dark glasses off and return to work!

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