The first solar eclipse Mandy and I saw was in October of 2014. That one was a partial eclipse, but nobody seemed to care. We grabbed glasses from the Lawrence Hall of Science, and joined crowds in the Berkeley hills to watch it happen. Shadows went wild, and it was a fun afternoon. The first… Read the rest »
It is like the National Park Service has a little fairy telling them “You know what… Ben is a little disillusioned with the way things are right now. I bet you can get him if you send the following email:”
I got stung by one of this little guys brothers while hiking on the AT this weekend. Hurt like helland I still have a raised red area where he hit me. The caterpillar will eventually turn into a moth and be non-poisonous, but in its caterpillar stage, it has the worst of the sitnging slug… Read the rest »
How long do you have to wait? The next eclipse that will be visible from the East Coast will be on August 21, 2017, but if you head to Nepal, you can see one next year. Check out the NASA map below.