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Most of us English-speakers weren’t able to see the recent total eclipse first hand, but we may yet get our chance to stare upward in awe from the path of totality – in Oz on Nov. 13, 2012, from Darwin to near Cairns and onward across the Great Barrier Reef; and in the U.S. on Aug. 21, 2017, in a 70-mile wide path beginning in Salem, Oregon, reaching the eclipse maximum near Paducah, Kentucky, and onward to Charleston, South Carolina. Thrill-seekers with ample funds have more opportunites. Also, watch out for Jeff’s curve balls at Rigorous Intuition – he rarely ends up where you think he’s going.

Thanks Greg

Quote of the Day:

Eclipse Dance

The Sun and the Moon are dancing, circles in the sky,
The shadow is advancing, the dragon passes by.
And in the darkest moment, in the soul’s dark night,
Great Mystery reveals itself, and the darkness turns to light.

Bryan Brewer, author of Eclipse.