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The big story today is the over six-and-a-half minute total solar eclipse which occurred on the other side of the world while we slept. This eclipse is the longest of the 21st century. It's path started in India, then to Nepal, and passed over the following Chinese cities : Chengdu, Suining, Chonging, Wuhan, Xiaogan, Hangzhou, and Shanghai. The path continues into the south of Japan and ending at the Marshall islands.
There is a lot of technical info of the eclipse on NASA's site. Video and photos of the eclipse from those on the ground in India and China have started to hit the web.
For readers interested in learning more about solar eclipse, there is a man called "Mr. Eclipse" who has more info on his site than anywhere else on the Web. Learn as much as you like, but come back soon :-) [Permalink] - Total Solar Eclipse