great american eclipse

The Great American Eclipse

A total Solar Eclipse occurred on August 21, 2017, and the Moon’s shadow swept across the United States, from west to east, beginning in Oregon and ending in South Carolina.  In less than a month, the eclipse ushered hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria, three of the costliest hurricanes in U.S. history.  

WAS IT RARE

Eclipses are quite common.  We usually have two sets of eclipses each year. . . .  Read more

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Eclipses: Cosmic Upgrades THE BRIGHT SIDE

QUICK FACTS

  • Eclipses are quite common.  We usually have two sets of eclipses each year.
  • They usually come in pairs and are 14 days apart
  • Solar Eclipses occur when the Moon is new; Lunar Eclipses occur when the Moon is full
  • Their influence, usually a life-changing event, can happen within the next five months or so.

WHAT HAPPENS DURING AN ECLIPSE

A lot of people buy a computer and use it without upgrading its software until it conks out.  They take the computer to a technician or junk it.  It doesn’t take much effort to keep a computer running; one of the best ways is to keep its software updated. . . .  Read more

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