No one can predict the future, except for an eclipse chaser.Kate Russo, a clinical psychologist and eclipse chaser who lives in Northern Ireland, saw her first eclipse on the coast of France in 1999.
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)Let’s talk about your backup plan: If the weather prevents you from watching or if you get stuck indoors, there will be plenty of places to watch online.And if you know you’re going to be stuck inside, maybe you can liven things up with these great solar eclipse recipes.
Michael and Nancy Worstell, 71 and 73 years old, clutched each other, beamed and laughed as totality began.Worstell, who like his wife is deaf, explained — by writing on a pad — that he had always regretted that the last total eclipse in Portland, in 1979, took place under cloudy skies.
The television screens in the press room showed the latest images as they came in from the Voyager spacecraft.Part of the joy of “The Farthest: Voyager in Space,” a documentary to air on PBS on Wednesday, is reliving those moments of bafflement and intellectual ambition.
In these systems, one of the stars is a white dwarf, the burned out but still hot remnant of a star.The powerful gravity of the white dwarf pulls hydrogen away from its companion star and onto its surface.
, the associate administrator, has served as acting administrator.“I am pleased to have Representative Bridenstine nominated to lead our team,” Mr.
Many will end up among the stars, whether they travel outward into the cosmos in spacecraft or are propelled by a massive atmospheric shock wave.All the while, our two Voyager spacecraft are likely to continue their lonely journeys among the stars.