posted on Oct, 8 2004 @ 06:01 PM
A partial solar eclipse will take place next week, oddly ending the day before it begins
The eclipse will be visible, weather permitting, from northeastern portions of Asia, including all of Japan, northeastern Mongolia and China, and much
of Siberia. Since these regions are located to the west of the International Date Line, the eclipse will take place Thursday, Oct. 14.
To the east of the Date Line, however, the calendar date is Oct. 13. And it will be those lucky skywatchers who live in the western half of Alaska
that will be able to see the final moments of the eclipse, when it reaches a spectacular peak just as the Sun sets beyond the west-southwest horizon
late Wednesday afternoon.
The eclipse will start on Oct. 14, but it will end on the previous day! [Local Viewing Times]
It is the second partial solar eclipse of 2004. In the first one, on April 19, the lower-third of Africa saw the new Moon partially eclipse the Sun.
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All you sky gazers will be watching this im sure, i always like watching stuff like this and its usually on tv aswell.