Here we present our DIY: Pinhole Projector used to see the Partial Solar Eclipse on October 23, 2014 via Central Standard Time (CST) based in North Dallas. Note the distinct cast of lunar umbra on the sun. ☼
Did anyone else have the privilege to see the solar eclipse as well? Mesmerizing to consider the cosmic alignment of orbital motion. Yet a partial eclipse is askew, not in absolute aliment. Still it presents a glimpse of a moment that passes by, so fleeting, the recognition of positions relative to another; the sun, the moon and earth. Regard to the next worldwide Total Solar Eclipse expected to occur next year on March 20, 2015, while the upcoming Total Solar Eclipse visible in Texas is expected until August 21, 2017.
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