… as long as you’re looking at the gorgeous pictures of the Sun from Boston.com’s Big Picture blog. My favorite:
Watch the NASA Space Walk, broadcasting live (as of 2pm ET)
Well, an artist’s rendering of it anyway, as I’m not aware of a ground crew set up for filming. Watch the Phoenix arrive at Mars, deploy its braking parachute, jettison its heat shield, fire its thrusters, land, unfurl its solar panels, deploy its instruments, scoop up some of Mars, and begin its analysis. See more […]
By popular demand, here is my photo collage from last night’s lunar eclipse:
Here’s one of my first shots of the Lunar Eclipse 2008, taken just after 9pm ET from just outside of Philadelphia: I just posted it on Digg — if you like it, Digg this. And add to del.icio.us. Thanks!
Get out your telescopes, there’s a lunar eclipse tonight. From 10:00pm to 10:52pm ET, the moon will slip into Earth’s shadow. It will actually begin at 8:43ET; about 9:20PM is when you’ll start to see the beautiful penumbral shadow. The eclipse (unlike most solar eclipses) will be viewable by almost everyone in the country at […]