Xavier M. Jubier runs a web site listing five millennia’s worth of data on solar eclipses, lunar eclipses, and transits, both past and future. Database searches, tables, and maps — oh my!
The next total solar eclipse (pictured), which occurs on July 2, 2019, might be a little difficult to experience.
Oregon has a clear sky this morning to observe the lunar eclipse. My little Orion StarBlast comes in useful, once again. Unfortunately, I don’t really have anything to record this with. My digital camera’s having problems taking pictures of dark objects in the night sky. ;-)
It’s not even 3:30 am. I don’t think I’m going to stay up another hour to send the end of totality.
Good night, all!