Screenshots of the Solar Eclipse May 20, 2012

Screenshots from telescopes in California and New Mexico, captured live and courtesy of SLOOH

The “horns” converge.

photo of solar eclipse "horns" from California

Ring of fire from California.

photo of solar eclipse ring of fire from California

Can you see the mountains of the Moon during the Ring of Fire as seen from New Mexico?

photo of solar eclipse

Sunspot comes out from under the Moon.

photo of solar eclipse

Thanks to the dedicated folks at SLOOH who coordinated live coverage of the May 20, 2012 solar eclipse with the help of a Google Hangout.  

The feed from the Grand Canyon experienced a technical glitch in the feed.  Just as much work to set up, so thanks to that group for their part of a team effort.

See video of the coverage by Bob Berman and team.

SLOOH is going to cover the Transit of Venus on June 5, 2012.  If you’re the sort of person who enjoys this sort of thing, consider contributing.

Bonus:  Check out this video of the 2012 eclipse from treehugger.com.

Author: AstroGremlin

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5 thoughts on “Screenshots of the Solar Eclipse May 20, 2012”

  1. Wow, Astro G, those are incredible shots you posted. (Thanks for stopping by one of my pages on Squidoo, BTW).

    Something that might give you a laugh: 3 x Carlin: An Orgy of George is a treasure trove for stop & go readers

    Take good care,
    Rose (aka sousababy)

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