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Much THX.... magicarpet Apr 2024 #1
It is remarkable that the moon is just about the perfect size to accomplish this. honest.abe Apr 2024 #36
It's that in conjunction with the juxtaposition of the moon's shadow and the littlemissmartypants Apr 2024 #40
Yes indeed. Alot of moviing parts to get this to work! honest.abe Apr 2024 #42
Thanks! highplainsdem Apr 2024 #2
Thank you FemDemERA Apr 2024 #3
Cool! Its events like this that help us realize how small we are in the grand scheme of things. honest.abe Apr 2024 #4
Only 78-79% here in NM Warpy Apr 2024 #5
It was clear here in Silver City. Elessar Zappa Apr 2024 #15
Nope, you need to have about 90% occlusion to get things appreciably darker Warpy Apr 2024 #20
Thanks. This is the only way I'll get to see it; it's overcast here. Ocelot II Apr 2024 #6
It's overcast where we are, too. Barely even dimmed. calimary Apr 2024 #38
thanks! Beaverhausen Apr 2024 #7
Its bright and sunny here in kc slightlv Apr 2024 #8
thank you for posting! nt et tu Apr 2024 #9
Kick malaise Apr 2024 #10
I did walk out and look up through my viewers at what I can see here... Hugin Apr 2024 #11
during the Mazatlan shots, did we see solar flares? CANADIANBEAVER69 Apr 2024 #12
I may have caught one: elleng Apr 2024 #14
screenshot usonian Apr 2024 #13
NASA has the best coverage... just pretty music IcyPeas Apr 2024 #16
Agreed. That's why I chose this feed. catbyte Apr 2024 #17
Even The Weather Channel on tv is disappointing. IcyPeas Apr 2024 #23
We watched a combination of CNN, MSNBC, and NBC local. calimary Apr 2024 #39
This country would be better off if all the blah, blah, ended. llmart Apr 2024 #34
It was eerie, even in Lansing. I forgot to get glasses so I just watched the NASA feed but it catbyte Apr 2024 #35
Yes. Thank you. nt AnotherMother4Peace Apr 2024 #18
It's really dimming down where I am in Michigan and there's still about 20 minutes until the peak. catbyte Apr 2024 #19
Nothing here in Kingston malaise Apr 2024 #21
View of the eclipse from the far side of the moon today dweller Apr 2024 #22
My brother was in Carbondale IL and saw a bright star and a satellite when it went total. honest.abe Apr 2024 #24
Screenshot from Indianapolis usonian Apr 2024 #25
Is that a solar flare at 5 o'clock? Think. Again. Apr 2024 #26
Looks that way. I saw it earlier on another view. Also another one up higher perhaps. honest.abe Apr 2024 #28
it's a big one. Think. Again. Apr 2024 #43
I'm in Greenville, South Carolina stage left Apr 2024 #27
Thank you for posting this link. Charlie Chapulin Apr 2024 #29
I'm so happy markodochartaigh Apr 2024 #30
Screenshot from Cleveland. Wow usonian Apr 2024 #31
so this proves the earth is flat, right? Stardust Mirror Apr 2024 #32
Darkness At Noon n/t Stardust Mirror Apr 2024 #33
Nice CME! (nt) Richard D Apr 2024 #37
Thank you. niyad Apr 2024 #41
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