Partial Solar Eclipse This Sunday

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may 2012 conjunction junction two for las Partial Solar Eclipse This Sunday

Skies will clear enough for us to see the partial solar eclipse Sunday night.

It begins at about 7 p.m., and while it’s not a total eclipse it’ll be really cool because the when the sun sets around 8:45 it’ll be 60 percent eclipsed and the sun will set crescent shaped.

Do not look at the sun directly and DO NOT use a telescope. That could cause permanent blindness!

The best thing to do is use the projection method as you can see in the graphic below.

More on my website.

may 2012 conjunction junction three for las Partial Solar Eclipse This Sunday

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