Monday, March 17, 2008

Eclipse


Shadow In Shadow from Alex Mukensnable on Vimeo.
Like a slowly forming neural net, the links continue to march on! Scienceblogs was kind enough to notice the 3.14 post for A Blog Around the Clock.

While some of us were tied up in meetings at Marina Del Rey, Alex Mukensnable atop Mauna Kea made a time-lapse film (with music) of February 20's eclipse. Being so far West, Hawaii only caught a portion of the event after sunset. (Maximum coverage was 4:32 PM local time.) The mountain's shadow on the clouds is always beautiful to behold.

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Blogger Kea said...

I would love to visit Kea Mountain one day. Thanks for yet another wonderful post.

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Blogger L. Riofrio said...

Thanks, I hope we establish a science hostel near your mountain someday too.

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Anonymous Ellie said...

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