Vertigo wrote:dlslith wrote:Thanks for the link
your welcome, i just stumbled upon this it was almost to late, i hope the few here clicked it right in time to see it live.
the best thing is i am watching it from the other side of the world live thats pretty cool.
WOW THAT WAS SO AMAZING
i have to give a little credit for those who made this possible...
THANK YOU FOR LETTING THE WORLD WATCH THIS LIVE PANASONIC TEAM, YOUR AWESOME!!
they even used solar panels to power their equipment, pretty smart huh
A special thanks should also go out to the Moon for getting in the way of the sun
So thanks Moon, you did great!
Europe's Space-based solar observatory Proba-2 passed through the Moon's shadow on 3 of the 14.5 orbits it completed around the Earth on November 13, 2012, the day of a total solar eclipse visible in Australia.
A rare total eclipse lasting over two minutes has wowed spectators and astronomers alike in Far North Queensland, while the surrounding wildlife also seemed dazzled by the phenomenon, going completely quiet throughout the spectacle.
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