Eclipse ~ Tsuyoshi Nagano

Selene: Greek Goddess whose presence is felt when the moon is full. In the triple phase of womanhood, Selene is the fruitful mother at the Full Moon who stands proudly between the maiden Artemis at the Waxing Moon and the crone Hecate at the Waning Moon.

I remember seeing this when I was really little and being quite confused and a little scared! More

The BLOOD MOON rises: Amazing images and footage of the first total lunar eclipse of 2014

Blood Red Moon April The bloody red color the moon takes on during an eclipse is caused by refraction of sunlight by the Earth's atmosphere. 2014 red moon begins a rare sequence of four total lunar eclipses expected over the next two years!

Annular Solar Eclipse September 1, 2016 | The solar eclipse of September will be especially spectacular. So this date points to not miss: September 1, 2016. An annular solar eclipse occurs when the moon is so far from Earth that its apparent diameter is smaller than the Sun, thus blocking most of sunlight but leaving a ring of light. Thus, during the annular solar eclipse on September 1 the sky will not become completely dark, but will be a ring of light around the silhouette of the new…

Annular Solar Eclipse August 21 The solar eclipse of September will…

May 20-21, 2012: Albuquerque, NM for the annular solar eclipse. Will travel through Lubbock (& environs) too.

NASA Eclipse Web Site, the eclipse schedule for In 2014 there will be two solar eclipses and two lunar eclipses.

embraceexpression:    Annular solar eclipse at Tokyo by Yoshihiro Sekine    time lapse!

If you looked up into the sky last night, you may have witnessed an annular solar eclipse, when the moon does not completely block the sun, but leaves a fi

Saturn, photographed by Cassini. In what some call “the most stunning photograph ever taken”, the Cassini probe captured Saturn backlit by the Sun. What's more stunning is that Earth is visible in this photo, as a tiny dot just above the rings on the left.

In the Shadow of Saturn. January 2009 the Cassini spacecraft was orbiting Saturn and drifted in giant planet's shadow for about 12 hours. Far in the distance, at the left, just above the bright main rings, is the almost ignorable pale blue dot of Earth.

Pumpkin Pecan Cobbler is the ultimate fall dessert with cake on the top and hot caramel sauce on the bottom! I think I’ve found pumpkin dessert mecca. I love me a good chocolate lava cake, but no other dessert has really ever come close to that pinnacle of delicious. Until now? If you don’t like chocolate as …

Pumpkin Pecan Cobbler

Largest Solar Eclipse Since 1999 Will Plunge UK Into Darkness On 20 March

Total Solar Eclipse Will Plunge Europe Into Darkness

Solar Eclipses: An Observer's Guide (Infographic) - When the moon covers up the sun, skywatchers delight in the opportunity to see a rare spectacle.

30 of the best photographs from 2014

Best Photography of 2014

Solar eclipse, as seen from Earth’s orbit This is just too awe inspiring. This is in my "Places to Go" because some day I do wish to travel way up there and behold such sights as this.

i really really wanna see a total solar eclipse! ill b just two days from turning 17!!

i really really wanna see a total solar eclipse! I've seen a lunar eclipse, but never solar.

"When all names and forms have been given up, the real is with you. You need not seek it. Plurality and diversity are the play of the mind only. Reality is one." ~Nisargadatta Maharaj

total eclipse… - gemlaboratories

Celestial Alignment - Solar Eclipse, i see the eye of God, what do you see?

taken by NASA's Cassini robotic orbiter, the shot was captured from the dark side of Saturn as the Sun's bright rays illuminated every piece of dust and debris circling the planet

NASA’s Cassini orbiter snaps unbelievable picture of Saturn

This iconic image from the Cassini spacecraft reveals the rings from the night side. Saturn is backlit by the Sun. The pale blue dot on the left, just inside one of the rings, is distant Earth. Photo credit: Cassini/NASA via Astronomy Picture of the Day.