When should the eastern US be able to see it?
posted on 11/08/2003 4:11:24 PM PST
("If I Forget Thee, O Jerusalem, Let My Right Hand Wither" - Psalms 137:5)
"When should the eastern US be able to see it?"
posted on 11/08/2003 4:13:24 PM PST
it looks about a quarter covered here in Ohio at 7:13 Eastern.
posted on 11/08/2003 4:13:32 PM PST
(Fall in --> The FReeper Foxhole. America's History. America's Soul.)
I'm in VA Beach and I can see it from my front porch. Very cool.
posted on 11/08/2003 4:17:41 PM PST
(Wife of Freeper Hostel, USN STS3(SS) currently on 6 month deployment)
The entire event will take place over about a five-hour period. But the total eclipse, the point when the moon, Earth and sun are precisely lined up, will last for only 24 minutes. That will take place at 8:06 PM (EST) (0100 UTC).
posted on 11/08/2003 4:19:47 PM PST
Hi...It's here in New Jersey--looking at it for the past 1 hour...GREAT !!!!
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