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Partial solar eclipse visible Thursday afternoon (May 9)

Stargazers may also see Eta Aquariids meteor shower through May 28

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Bumper year for stargazers: Meteor showers, planetary conjunctions, solar eclipse

Astonomy show kicks off with Quadrantids meteor shower (Jan. 3)

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Skywatch: Partial Solar Eclipse and Lahaina Noon highlight May viewing

A partial eclipse of the sun will occur on May 20 as a sliver of the sun is blocked by the moon. Also the twice yearly Lahaina Noon where the sun is directly overhead will occur on May 18.

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Tuesday's eclipse shadow seen from space

Tuesday’s eclipse shadow seen from space

MEDIA RELEASE BY NASA The Moon’s shadow engulfed Taiwan and a large swath of southeastern China and the Pacific Ocean on the morning of July 22, 2009, during an unusually long total eclipse of the Sun. This pair of images from the Japanese geostationary satellite MTSAT show the view of Earth at 8:30 a.m. local time […]

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A partial solar eclipse will be viewable from Hawaii starting at 5:24 p.m. HST and be over by 6:16 p.m. Times will vary slightly depending upon where you are in Hawaii and the ability to see it will depend upon your view of the sky along with weather conditions

Partial solar eclipse viewable Tuesday afternoon, July 21

A partial solar eclipse will be viewable from Hawaii starting at 5:24 p.m. HST and be over by 6:16 p.m. Times will vary slightly depending upon where you are in Hawaii and the ability to see it will depend upon your view of the sky along with weather conditions

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