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Eclipse.

Post 1

Professor Sarah Bellum

On the Summer Solstice (21st June) for anyone who happens to be living in or going to central Africa there is a full, total solar eclipse.
If your reading this Nick, put up an annoucement.


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Post 2

Yeliab {h2g2as}

OF COURSE!
Nearly missed that one. I wonder if anyone is going to see it or can write a page on it, that would be cool. OK into action Nick, the exams are over now lets get to work.

Cheers Proff,

Hope France was cool.


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Post 3

Yeliab {h2g2as}

I'm currently trying to find somewhere to watch the eclipse on the net. BBC seems to not be responding and nowhere else is hel[ping me out. 30 minuits to go, best find somehere quick.


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Post 4

Yeliab {h2g2as}

That was just beautiful! A antastic eclipes with a lovely prominence and fantastic dimond ring effect. Some reports of shadow bands too.


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Post 5

Nandi

If you are interested, there is a first-hand, non-scientic account of the eclipse over Johannesburg today, here:

http://www.bbc.co.uk/h2g2/guide/A580826

It was inspiring to behold.

Cheers


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Post 6

Yeliab {h2g2as}

Checking it out now cheers! Hay it looks good, thought I'll read it offline. It was good then?

Nick (whishing I was there)


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Post 7

Yeliab {h2g2as}

Hay if you'd like you can join us here [h2g2as] and log onto the discussion group.


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