My sister asked if we'd be able to see the eclipse here on the East Coast - US. NASA shows that just West Coasters will see it this time, but we'll see a bit of the June 4th lunar eclipse before moonset. Most of the eclipse watching action is happening out West and at points around the Pacific.
On tonight's eclipse, Spaceweather.com: "The path of annularity, where the sun will appear to be a ring of fire,stretches from China and Japan to the middle of North America." It'll start at about 5:20 PM Pacific time, and last for two hours. Spaceweather has a few tips on viewing the solar eclipse indirectly, so as not to sear your precious eyes! Enjoy and have a great evening....Related Reads:
- Tara Greene Astrology: Ring of Fire/Reboot the System: "Eclipses change the electro-magnetic frequencies of the earth, everything in space around us, our own bodies and all life on earth in a very powerful way."