Saturday, April 13, 2024


A portion of the Earth seen from above, blue and partially covered with clouds. In one area is a very dark, black and gray circular shadow.

 Hey, Space Placers!

The Moon's shadow, or umbra, is pictured covering portions of the Canadian provinces of Quebec and New Brunswick and the American state of Maine in this photograph from the International Space Station as it soared into the solar eclipse from 261 miles above. NASA

Back in VA after 12 days and almost 5K miles.

Here is the link to see what NASA saw across the country on April 8th, 2024.

Next two total solar eclipses are in '26 and '27. I plan to be at sea for both.

Sky Guy in VA

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