23rd, Solar Eclipse lasts for 6 months. You have an easier time looking back at the past, whether this is on your childhood, memories or other issues, perhaps someone from the past is helping you move forward into a new phase of your life or perhaps you are contemplating your focus in a new direction. Either way you are beginning to concentrate on your goals, future and new opportunities
23rd, Solar Eclipse lasts for 6 months. You will be incredibly busy with work commitments and daily life and all this activity may leave you somewhat frazzled and completely fed up! This may push you to start anew on a new project, job or think about being self employed. This is an excellent time to introduce healthy boundaries, embark on a new diet or exercise regime.
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The last solar eclipse of the year is this weekend — here's how to watch
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25 PERFECT SPOTS FOR WATCHING THE TOTAL SOLAR ECLIPSE CROSSING THE U.S. Where will you be on Aug. 21, 2017? This is the first time a total solar eclipse has crossed the United States since 1978 (and the last really big one was in 1918), and the summer’s brief event—totality lasts about two minutes, depending on your location—is being touted as the largest astronomical event in U.S. history.
Are you ready for the celestial event of the century? In just over a year from now, on August 21, 2017, the shadow of the moon will sweep across the United States from the Pacific Ocean to the Atlantic Ocean in a spectacle that hasn't occurred in decades. In fact, the last total solar eclipse for the United States was nearly 40 years ago, and the next total eclipse that will be visible in the continental United States will be in 2024. The National Center for Interactive Learning (NCIL) a...