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User avatar #9 - Coolinbny (05/21/2012) [-]
The giant Halloween Oreo in the sky
User avatar #2 - camerel (05/21/2012) [-]
i dont remember seeing it become a ring (i live in southern california) where did oyu take these?
User avatar #3 to #2 - goochmaster (05/21/2012) [-]
In Anderson, by Redding; I believe we are about 300-400 miles away north from where you are
User avatar #4 to #3 - camerel (05/21/2012) [-]
i'm in orange, smack dab in the middle of LA and San Diego. do you think the difference in distance might have changed the veiw, because my moon was slightly to the right of the sun, and never completely went over it from what i can remember
User avatar #5 to #4 - goochmaster (05/21/2012) [-]
Yes, it was the difference in distance; southern california just BARELY missed the full eclipse. If you were a hundred miles more north, you would have caught the full eclipse for about a minute. Here, it lasted about three to four minutes.
User avatar #6 to #5 - camerel (05/21/2012) [-]
dammit! that would have been awesome! well, i got to see my first one anyways, so im happy
User avatar #7 to #6 - goochmaster (05/21/2012) [-]
And it's a good thing you at least got to see some of it; it won't happen on the west coast again until the year 2117.
User avatar #8 to #7 - camerel (05/21/2012) [-]
i hope they get that slow aging process working soon, then i can live to see that one too!
User avatar #11 to #8 - trollchildxy (05/21/2012) [-]
See, here in oregon it was clouded over all evening. Thanks for the picture gooch, atleast i get to see it ex post facto.
User avatar #1 - trimageryan (05/21/2012) [-]
User avatar #243 to #1 - grandmastertroll (05/21/2012) [-]
whoa there Charles Dickens i didn't come here to read a novel
User avatar #12 to #1 - jacobroan (05/21/2012) [-]
Will you just stop that please.
#370 to #12 - trimageryan (05/21/2012) [-]
No thank you.
No thank you.
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