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By ICTMN Staff May 20, 2012 The lowest-tech form of safe eclipse viewing: Waffle-style interlaced fingers will project the eclipse's shadows onto the ground. Eclipse viewing is considered taboo in many indigenous cultures, most notably among the Navajo

[ Solar Eclipse of May 20 (Photo Observing Guide) ] Attendees will be treated to hot dogs, and have the opportunity to participate in trivia contests and giveaways. But the main attraction will, of course, be the show in the sky, which promises to be

It is already late afternoon along this section of the eclipse path. The Sun's altitude is 20° during the annular phase and decreasing as the track heads southeast. Central Nevada, southern Utah, and northern Arizona are all

[ Solar Eclipse of May 20 (Photo Observing Guide) ] Attendees will be treated to hot dogs, and have the opportunity to participate in trivia contests and giveaways. But the main attraction will, of course, be the show in the sky, which promises to be

By Dan Vergano, USA Today May 20, 2012 In this picture taken through a double-glazed window, multiple reflections of a partial solar eclipse are seen in Stockholm in this January 4, 2011 file photo. At sunrise in some parts of China and by sunset in

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