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Jim Fleming Âû
Jim Fleming Âû : Solar Eclipse    
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MIJAS NATURAL (Belleza y Salud / Beauty & Health)
MIJAS NATURAL (Belleza y Salud / Beauty & Health) : apod.nasa.gov     Belleza en el Cielo / Beauty in the Sky ★ A New Moon joined giant sunspot group AR 2192 to dim the bright solar disk during Thursday's much anticipated partial solar eclipse. Visible from much of North America, the Moon's broad silhouette is captured in this extreme telephoto snapshot near eclipse maximum from Santa Cruz, California. About the size of Jupiter, the remarkable AR 2192 itself darkens a noticeable fraction of the Sun, near center and below the curved lunar limb. As the sunspot group slowly rotates across the Sun and out of view in the coming days its activity is difficult to forecast. But the timing of solar eclipses is easier to predict. The next will be a total solar eclipse on March 20, 2015.
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Imagen Primero Portal
Imagen Primero Portal : imagenprimero.com.ar on Twitter: "#FotoAstronomiaDiaNASA Sunspots and Solar Eclipse via NASA...     #FotoAstronomiaDiaNASA Sunspots and Solar Eclipse via NASA http://bit.ly/12E1iGI http://bit.ly/1rCZByU
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Monica Nutsch
Monica Nutsch : Solar Eclipse    
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Deana Fowler
Deana Fowler : Solar Eclipse    
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Aurélie Salsera
Aurélie Salsera : Solar Eclipse    
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Joni Costa
Joni Costa : Solar Eclipse    
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Mohammad Mobasherfar
Mohammad Mobasherfar : Timeline Photos     Hinode Spacecraft Captures Images of Partial Solar Eclipse: A partial solar eclipse was visible from much of North America before sundown on Thursday, Oct.23. A partial eclipse occurs when the moon blocks a portion of the sun from view. As viewed from Hinode's vantage point in space, this eclipse was annular instead of partial, which means that the entire moon moved in front of the sun but did not cover it completely. In this situation, a ring of the sun encircles the dark disk of the moon.

The Hinode spacecraft captured images the eclipse as it passed over North America using its X-ray Telescope. During the eclipse, the new moon eased across the sun from right to left with the sun shining brilliantly in the background. And as a stroke of good luck, this solar cycle's largest active region, which has been the source of several large flares over the past week, was centered on the sun's disk as the moon transited!

Led by the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA), the Hinode mission is a collaboration between the space agencies of Japan, the United States, the United Kingdom and Europe.

Image Credit: NASA/JAXA/SAO

#nasa #sun #solareclipse #eclipse #space #hinode #spacecraft #moon #science    

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Kim Eibrink Jansen
Kim Eibrink Jansen : Timeline Photos     HUGE X FLARE: There has been a huge X3.1 on the Sun. Apparently the 6th largest since the current cycle began back in 2009. This is BIG news to my readers. I always report on these flares as they are vital in helping us grow and expand as humans. Flares really shift us by releasing old pent up negativity so it can be transmuted into a higher vibration and we can start operating on love instead of fear. Read my recent wall posts on The Heart and The Thymus. The increased solar activity awakens us spiritually. I'm finding more time outdoors and shoes off really helps you feel positive and strong from this solar light, hot on the heels of the solar eclipse...let's go :)

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Learn more about this current flare:
http://spaceweather.com/
http://www.solarham.net/    

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Joshua Reed Murray
Joshua Reed Murray : Photos of Potato Creek State Park     Partial solar eclipse slipped under the clouds just long enough.
10/23/14 — at Potato Creek State Park.     It isn't just the food that draws me away from people, and it isn't just the stuffs I haul away that feed me.

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Simon Booth
Simon Booth : Partial Solar Eclipse Snippet Time-Lapsed | Video         The Griffith Observatory in Los Angeles, California captured the solar eclipse on October 23rd, 2014. Five minutes of the eclipse has been sped up 15,000 times to show the movement of the Moon.
Watch the video: video http://oak.ctx.ly/r/1xd8k

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Yogibel Guevara-Wilensky
Yogibel Guevara-Wilensky : Timeline Photos     HAPPY SOLAR ECLIPSE!
Today's Solar Eclipse is positively transformational! Read your New Moon Solar #Eclipse in #Scorpio #Horoscope to see what part of your life it will affect the most! Start here: http://ow.ly/Db88f #solareclipse #astrology    

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Greg-Rachelle Hymas
Greg-Rachelle Hymas : Partial Solar Eclipse Dazzles (PHOTOS) - weather.com     Great photo of the angel Moroni blowing his trumpet w/ the partial solar eclipse in the background.
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Cascades of the Sierra
Cascades of the Sierra :     If you missed it the other day.     Here is a movie of yesterday's partial solar eclipse http://eclipse.gsfc.nasa.gov/OH/OH2014.html#SE2014Oct23P as seen from the GOES satellite.
Watch the video: video https://www.facebook.com/video.php?v=882806021770628

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Christine Nielsen
Christine Nielsen : Timeline Photos     HUGE X FLARE: There has been a huge X3.1 on the Sun. Apparently the 6th largest since the current cycle began back in 2009. This is BIG news to my readers. I always report on these flares as they are vital in helping us grow and expand as humans. Flares really shift us by releasing old pent up negativity so it can be transmuted into a higher vibration and we can start operating on love instead of fear. Read my recent wall posts on The Heart and The Thymus. The increased solar activity awakens us spiritually. I'm finding more time outdoors and shoes off really helps you feel positive and strong from this solar light, hot on the heels of the solar eclipse...let's go :)

Receive my daily in advance Tip-Off Global Energy Forecast, your planetary heads up and life planner:
http://www.deltawaves.com.au/the-tip-off.html

Learn more about this current flare:
http://spaceweather.com/
http://www.solarham.net/    

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Abdullah Jalal
Abdullah Jalal : Amazing Snapshots of Partial Solar    
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Marcia Nelson
Marcia Nelson : Timeline Photos     Amazing Partial Solar Eclipse By SHAWN RICKMAN ©2014
http://www.sitnews.us

A partial solar eclipse occurred on Oct. 23, 2014, as the moon passed between the sun and the earth. An enormous sunspot made the partial eclipse even more amazing. With clouds and rain Thursday in Ketchikan, the photographer said he only had a 10 minute window before the clouds obscured the sun again. This photograph was taken at the Ketchikan International Airport @ 1:45 - 1:50 pm.
The photographer used a Nikon D7100 @ 200mm zoom, f/5.6.    

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TheCore MiddleEast
TheCore MiddleEast : SOLAR ECLIPSE New Moon in Scorpio October 23rd 2014~ | MYSTICMAMMA.COM : consciousness,...     http://www.mysticmamma.com/solar-eclipse-new-moon-in-scorpio-october-23rd-2014/
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Wicca-pedia
Wicca-pedia : Understanding Seasonal Moons | Moon Spells    
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Stephanie Coward
Stephanie Coward : Timeline Photos     BLACK PAST PHOTO OF THE DAY: His life and work are reactively unknown to us today, but Benjamin Banneke ranked among the greatest American scientists of his time, which is something quite remarkable when you look at where he came from and what he had to overcome just to taken seriously by those outside of his own community. Born in Nov. of 1731, Banneker was a free African American scientist, surveyor, almanac author and farmer. Yes, we said "almanac" author, as in The Farmer's Almanac, only in this case his publication was titled "Benjamin Banneker's Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland and Virginia Almanack and Ephemeris." At the age of 22, he crafted a wooden clock that struck on the hour. Some years later he began correctly calculating solar eclipses. And he even played a leading role in the initial surveying of the boundaries of what we today call Washington, D.C. While a U.S. postage stamp and the names of a number of facilities, schools and streets throughout the United States have commemorated Banneker's contributions, everything seems to pale by comparison to what he actually accomplished in his short lifetime. Read all about Benjamin Banneker at his entry on BlackPast.org (link: http://bit.ly/Benjamin-Banneker), and please Like & Share if you do!    
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Elsa Robinson
Elsa Robinson : Timeline Photos     Did anyone catch the partial solar eclipse this afternoon? I did!! I hope you had a chance to see it for yourself it was fantastic! We had a ton of clouds in my area so I played a lot of hide and seek to get this shot! Enjoy my friends! See it in full resolution here: https://500px.com/photo/87372185/partial-solar-eclipse-by-melanie-lankford-photography Prints can be purchased on my website. www.melanielankford.com

I LOVE it when you share, like, comment and tag! Please do not download, crop or alter, or save for printing in any way. Thank you!
Website: http://melanielankford.com/
© Melanie Lankford Photography

#solareclipse #partialsolareclipse #eclipse — at Melanie Lankford Photography.    

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Jokeroo.com
Jokeroo.com :     Time lapse captures partial solar eclipse    
Watch the video: video https://www.facebook.com/video.php?v=818508074858376

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Debora Milnes
Debora Milnes :         Gorgeous video from Thursday's Solar Eclipse. #SolarEclipse
Watch the video: video https://www.facebook.com/video.php?v=758246700901785

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B.s. Patil
B.s. Patil : Timeline Photos     Hinode Spacecraft Captures Images of Partial Solar Eclipse: A partial solar eclipse was visible from much of North America before sundown on Thursday, Oct.23. A partial eclipse occurs when the moon blocks a portion of the sun from view. As viewed from Hinode's vantage point in space, this eclipse was annular instead of partial, which means that the entire moon moved in front of the sun but did not cover it completely. In this situation, a ring of the sun encircles the dark disk of the moon.

The Hinode spacecraft captured images the eclipse as it passed over North America using its X-ray Telescope. During the eclipse, the new moon eased across the sun from right to left with the sun shining brilliantly in the background. And as a stroke of good luck, this solar cycle's largest active region, which has been the source of several large flares over the past week, was centered on the sun's disk as the moon transited!

Led by the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA), the Hinode mission is a collaboration between the space agencies of Japan, the United States, the United Kingdom and Europe.

Image Credit: NASA/JAXA/SAO

#nasa #sun #solareclipse #eclipse #space #hinode #spacecraft #moon #science    

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Need to know.
Need to know. : Galactic Eclipse: NASA confirms 3 days of darkness in December     "Wow"...!!!!!
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Difusor Físico Astronomico
Difusor Físico Astronomico :         Solar Eclipse simulation in Star Walk 2.
Watch the video: video https://www.facebook.com/video.php?v=10152735164068808

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KOLO 8 Weather Now
KOLO 8 Weather Now :         Here is a movie of yesterday's partial solar eclipse http://eclipse.gsfc.nasa.gov/OH/OH2014.html#SE2014Oct23P as seen from the GOES satellite.
Watch the video: video https://www.facebook.com/video.php?v=882806021770628

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Cindy Johnston
Cindy Johnston : Solar Eclipse    
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Ayman Mneimneh
Ayman Mneimneh : Solar Eclipse    
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Veso Ganchev
Veso Ganchev : Solar Eclipse    
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Jaymes Grossman
Jaymes Grossman : Partial Solar Eclipse Timelapse     I created a timelapse video of the latest partial solar eclipse.     Music: Title: Waltz No. 2 for Accordion in D minor Artist: Steven O'Brien Source: www.soundcloud.com
Watch the video: video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iBJN00fm_Rs

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Elizabeth Bardin
Elizabeth Bardin : Timeline Photos    
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Brenda Doerrer
Brenda Doerrer : Timeline Photos     Today's Message - Today is a New Moon & a powerful Solar Eclipse! Use that energy to help new projects get a great start - create - set those goals. This is the perfect time to get started on what you most want! ~
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Ahammad Ullah Foysal
Ahammad Ullah Foysal : X-ray Telescope Sees Solar Eclipse    
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Christopher Gear
Christopher Gear :         The Arizona view of the partial solar eclipse within the last 48 hrs and a building in Dubai taken at the same time. Just a mere coincidence? Hmmmmmm. . .
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Philip Austin
Philip Austin : Timeline Photos     Hinode Spacecraft Captures Images of Partial Solar Eclipse: A partial solar eclipse was visible from much of North America before sundown on Thursday, Oct.23. A partial eclipse occurs when the moon blocks a portion of the sun from view. As viewed from Hinode's vantage point in space, this eclipse was annular instead of partial, which means that the entire moon moved in front of the sun but did not cover it completely. In this situation, a ring of the sun encircles the dark disk of the moon.

The Hinode spacecraft captured images the eclipse as it passed over North America using its X-ray Telescope. During the eclipse, the new moon eased across the sun from right to left with the sun shining brilliantly in the background. And as a stroke of good luck, this solar cycle's largest active region, which has been the source of several large flares over the past week, was centered on the sun's disk as the moon transited!

Led by the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA), the Hinode mission is a collaboration between the space agencies of Japan, the United States, the United Kingdom and Europe.

Image Credit: NASA/JAXA/SAO

#nasa #sun #solareclipse #eclipse #space #hinode #spacecraft #moon #science    

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Hamid Reza Baharloo
Hamid Reza Baharloo : Timeline Photos     Hinode Spacecraft Captures Images of Partial Solar Eclipse: A partial solar eclipse was visible from much of North America before sundown on Thursday, Oct.23. A partial eclipse occurs when the moon blocks a portion of the sun from view. As viewed from Hinode's vantage point in space, this eclipse was annular instead of partial, which means that the entire moon moved in front of the sun but did not cover it completely. In this situation, a ring of the sun encircles the dark disk of the moon.

The Hinode spacecraft captured images the eclipse as it passed over North America using its X-ray Telescope. During the eclipse, the new moon eased across the sun from right to left with the sun shining brilliantly in the background. And as a stroke of good luck, this solar cycle's largest active region, which has been the source of several large flares over the past week, was centered on the sun's disk as the moon transited!

Led by the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA), the Hinode mission is a collaboration between the space agencies of Japan, the United States, the United Kingdom and Europe.

Image Credit: NASA/JAXA/SAO

#nasa #sun #solareclipse #eclipse #space #hinode #spacecraft #moon #science    

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James Whalen
James Whalen : "Partial Solar Eclipse" Signs Between Blood Moons         The Partial Solar Eclipse taken by Josh Doolin in California http://www.paulbegleyprophecy.com
Watch the video: video http://youtu.be/sYjAXMcdEu0

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Nikki Moke
Nikki Moke : Solar Eclipse    
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Ernest Williams
Ernest Williams : Timeline Photos     BLACK PAST PHOTO OF THE DAY: His life and work are reactively unknown to us today, but Benjamin Banneke ranked among the greatest American scientists of his time, which is something quite remarkable when you look at where he came from and what he had to overcome just to taken seriously by those outside of his own community. Born in Nov. of 1731, Banneker was a free African American scientist, surveyor, almanac author and farmer. Yes, we said "almanac" author, as in The Farmer's Almanac, only in this case his publication was titled "Benjamin Banneker's Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland and Virginia Almanack and Ephemeris." At the age of 22, he crafted a wooden clock that struck on the hour. Some years later he began correctly calculating solar eclipses. And he even played a leading role in the initial surveying of the boundaries of what we today call Washington, D.C. While a U.S. postage stamp and the names of a number of facilities, schools and streets throughout the United States have commemorated Banneker's contributions, everything seems to pale by comparison to what he actually accomplished in his short lifetime. Read all about Benjamin Banneker at his entry on BlackPast.org (link: http://bit.ly/Benjamin-Banneker), and please Like & Share if you do!    
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Matt Lovelycolorfulhunnie D
Matt Lovelycolorfulhunnie D : Solar Eclipse    
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Akasha Samar Shaker
Akasha Samar Shaker : Solar Eclipse    
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Kami Wegner
Kami Wegner : Timeline Photos     Partial Solar Eclipse with Kissing Camels at Garden of the Gods (10/23/2014).

Single exposure of the partial solar eclipse today. :)

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Dee Davis
Dee Davis : Timeline Photos     OUTRAGE on Twitter and rightly so: Shame on the The Atlantic for headlining Reuters photo of Muslim girls watching the solar eclipse yesterday with "The teenage Fans Of ISIS" . #MediaFail

Read the full story here: http://www.mintpressnews.com/the-atlanic-uses-picture-of-hijabed-students-wathcing-eclipse-for-story-about-isis/198112/    

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Btani Rose
Btani Rose : Timeline Photos     We've got some beautiful image from yesterday's partial solar eclipse! Check it out: http://bit.ly/1vTY4K3    
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Evelyn Kent Terry
Evelyn Kent Terry : Timeline Photos     This picture of the Angel Moroni statue atop the Brigham City, Utah temple was captured by an associated press photographer on Thursday when a partial solar eclipse was visible in North America. Cool! — with Mervin Adair and 2 others.    
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Douglas Dickson
Douglas Dickson : Timeline Photos     This evening's partial solar eclipse was quite a treat! This photo was taken at 6:50pm on Honeymoon Island. The next solar eclipse will be in 2017.

Check out more amazing photos, including massive sun spots and the rare "green flash"! www.facebook.com/WFLABryanBennett

Weather Forecast: www.wfla.com/weather
(Courtesy: Rick Bennett) — with Lydia Shye Malcolm.     Melissa MtPleasant

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Shane Nagayama
Shane Nagayama :         Pics from the net of this past Thursday's solar eclipse - it was cloudy here in KC. :(
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Eclipse Solar
Eclipse Solar : Photos from Richard Frenkel's post in Creciendo Juntos        
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Maynard S. Clark
Maynard S. Clark : How to Safely Watch the Last Partial Solar Eclipse of the Year    
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