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Yellowstone National Park is located just north of totality, yet visitors will still be able to experience 96–99% of a total eclipse—a stunning mid-day darkness as the moon moves in front of the sun. However, the sun's corona will not be visible, as that is only visible where there is a total eclipse.
originally posted by: sageturkey
Loose lips sink ships, Sonic.
originally posted by: TrueAmerican
Well I am supposed to be in bed.
But after some considerable persistence, I have had a friggin ureka moment. I am now able to access, I kid you not, every station in Italy, including the volcanoes. Yes! We can now watch Flegrei, Etna, Stromboli, you name it! I will be the first to admit it, I was wrong about Italy hiding their data. It wasn't Italy hiding it, it was the data warehouse not carrying it. It's just you gotta be one persistent data whore to get it. And guess what I am? One persistent data whore.
More on this tomorrow night when I put up the feed. Be there. And now I really DO have to crash. But suffice it to say with what I have learned, that networks previously unavailable may now be possible. I don't know yet to what extent I can take this, but new horizons in seismic and especially volcano monitoring are upon us with this knowledge.