Sunday, May 20, 2012

Solar eclipse may 20

  • A rare solar eclipse is darkening skies from China to Texas today (May 20), and has crowds of eager skywatchers and photographers hoping to see the sun transform into a dazzling ring of fire.
  • (msnbc.com)
  • Skywatchers from China to Texas are in for a rare celestial treat today when the moon blots out most of the sun to create dazzling ring of fire solar eclipse.
  • (msnbc.com)
  • (AP Photo/Ng Han Guan) Chinese youths, exercising outside the National Center for the Performing Arts, watch their friend run as a partial annular solar eclipse is seen over Beijing, China, Monday, May 21, 2012.
  • (Huffington Post)
  • (CNN)-- The shadow of the moon started sweeping across the globe from Hong Kong to the Texas Panhandle as a rare annular solar eclipse began said as many as 1,000 people may be in town for the eclipse.
  • (CNN)
  • The region wont see another such eclipse until 2023. Watch a live feed of the May 20-21 annular eclipse. Like a total solar eclipse, an annular eclipse happens when the moon lines up between Earth and the sun.
  • (National Geographic)
  • Just two weeks after the huge supermoon wowed skywatchers around the world, the heavens will offer up another observing treat — a solar eclipse on May 20 that should be visible from much of western North America.
  • (FOX News)
  • May 20, 2012 (FLAGSTAFF, Ariz home on the Navajo reservation and wait while the sun died and was reborn. There was going to be a solar eclipse. Whitethorne wanted nothing more than to eat, but he did what he was told.
  • (Abc Local Web)
  • With a potentially spectacular solar eclipse to grace the skies of the western United States on Sunday (May 20), heres a helpful reminder for new eclipse chasers: Be safe. A fraction of a second of magnified, unfiltered sunlight will sear your eye's retina irreparably.
  • (YAHOO!)
  • Sunday 10:59 a.m. If youre not lucky enough to live in the path of the May 20 ring of fire solar eclipse, you can still watch the spectacular event online.
  • (policymic.com)

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