Eclipse in north America

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Eclipse in north America

Postby tedd » Sun Aug 20, 2017 8:22 pm

Hi John Rogers - I suppose you will be experiencing the major eclipse today - it will be interesting to know what you think - and any other members in its path
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Re: Eclipse in north America

Postby johnrogers » Mon Aug 21, 2017 2:32 pm

tedd wrote:Hi John Rogers - I suppose you will be experiencing the major eclipse today - it will be interesting to know what you think - and any other members in its path

Will be viewing it tonight from Comox BC - will comment back to you you after I quit howling at the moon :D
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Re: Eclipse in north America

Postby johnrogers » Tue Aug 22, 2017 12:03 pm

Hi Tedd - viewed the eclipse from my home in Comox,BC about 10 am yesterday,you needed X-ray film to view it which made it very clear to view it.It did not get totally dark outside but there was a very surreal almost supernatural overtone to the sky,something I have never experienced before,as well there was a calmness in the air when it happened.Wife and grandkids viewed it in Victoria yesterday and they said it was quite spectacular to view.Cheers my friend,take care.
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Re: Eclipse in north America

Postby tedd » Wed Aug 23, 2017 9:24 pm

Thanks John - we had one in Perth in the 1970's - very interesting and eerie - birds all stopped singing. Not another one until 2018 - don't think I'll see that!
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