1. Annular Eclipse viewed from Albuquerque, New Mexico 05.20.2012

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    from Todd Shoemake / Added

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    The annular eclipse on May 20, 2012 as seen from Albuquerque, New Mexico. Still images were taken every 10 seconds with a Nikon D7000 before and throughout the eclipse.

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    • Aerial views of the Orange County Astronomers' Anza Observing site.

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      from Leon Aslan / Added

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      • Under the Ring of Fire! The May 20th, 2012 Annular Solar Eclipse

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        from Greg McKay / Added

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        Taken Sunday, May 20th from the Wayne E. Kirch Wildlife Management Area in Nevada. Directly in the line of the annular eclipse. This video was created by editing 530 individual images in a 1920x1080 timeline. The images were shot with the Canon 5D Mark II and 600mm f/4+1.4x extender combo. Images were taken every 15 seconds throughout the sequence. More details about the setup and experience can be found on my blog at http://siriusproductionsllc.blogspot.com/2012/05/in-path-of-ring-of-fire.html

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        • "Moon" - Panasonic Gh2 + MTO 1000 F10

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          from Max De Martinis / Added

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          Test M32 to M4/3 Adapter with Zenit MTO 1000 f10 320 ISO Hack LPowel Flowmotion 1.11b Footage 1080i conformed 720p no CC

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          • Milky Way Time-lapse

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            from Brandon Stroupe / Added

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            This is a time-lapse of the Milky Way rising. Canon EOS Rebel XS, 24mm, f/4, 30 second exposures @ ISO 800 with 5 second intervals. Taken over 1hr 18min.

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            • David Howell's Clap-Out

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              After 43 years of teaching at Deerfield, David Howell is retiring. Students show their gratitude and affection by clapping him out of his final class.

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              • Our Trip To Yuba City, CA To View The Annular Solar Eclipse! (Sunday Afternoon of May 20, 2012)

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                from William Justo54 / Added

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                In this video, it shows me with my friend Loraine and cousin Gretchen travel up 3 hours north of San Jose, CA to Yuba City, CA to watch the rare, annular solar eclipse! In fact, Yuba City sits just outside of the border of the annular eclipse path! Firstly, it shows a few clips of our long trek up north from the Bay Area to Yuba City, CA. We passed through numerous cities and towns including Fremont, Tracy, Livermore, and Stockton. We even passed Sacramento, CA, the state's capital. We left home around 1:30-ish p.m. or so. We decided to take a pit stop in Stockton at the KFC to get a small snack as well. I didn't eat since I was not that hungry at the time. Coming after 3 p.m., we continued on the 2nd half of the trip up north along Highway 99. It was getting quite warm around here as well as the winds were picking up. We also saw a mini dust storm while along the way. I managed to put the car on "cruise" since my feet were getting quite tired already! Then by 4:30 p.m., we finally arrived to Yuba City! The park we were going to stay to see the eclipse for the rest of the day is called Happy Park. It was a nice park, with a nice open field with shade trees along the border along with a playground towards the west side of the park. We were actually right by the borderline of the annular eclipse's path at this time! It was pretty warm here, so my cousin Gretchen and Loraine got their Spongebob popsicle from an ice cream truck that drove by. Ultimately by 5:15 p.m. or so, we finally saw the beginning of the solar eclipse! This was when the excitement and adrenaline rush kicks in! I also managed to make my own pinhole project. I also used a couple other methods to see the eclipse since it was still too bright to see the sun with the naked eye. I used a paper with holes, a few tree branches taken from home, and Loraine's dad's binoculars as well as a couple of modified welder's glass plates and a welder's goggles obtained from Home Depot. We were able to see the eclipse by using the goggles and one of the welder's glass plates. The welder's glass plates were actually clear when I got them from Home Depot but I modified it by adding a lot of layers of tint film, provided by my friend Pedro Chang. Thank you Pedro, you have made it possible for me to take photos of the eclipse successfully! The climax, or annular totality, occurred approximately between 6:25 p.m.- 6:35 p.m. We also noticed the day had dimmed a bit which was an awesome, once-in-a-lifetime experience. This was our first time to actually witness a solar eclipse in person! At max, the sun looked like a very thin "C", but not quite a ring as to what the people saw that were actually dead on on the path of annularity, like Reno, NV for instance. We then continued to see the eclipse until it slowly ended by 7:38 p.m. or so. Some of the kids around the park also wanted to join in the fun but they already missed the majority of the eclipse. Then we left the park at around sunset. We then drove to Marcello's Italian Restaurant since we wanted to eat dinner here before the long trek back southward, back home in the Bay Area. Hope you guys watched this solar eclipse in person as well! It was indeed a spectacular sight :) [Filmed on Sunday afternoon/evening, May 20, 2012 mostly in Yuba City, CA and some of the road to and from home with my Canon Powershot SD1100 IS Digital ELPH camera]

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                • AstroCampania - Trasferta Terminio - 2012 May, 19

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                  from Luca D'Avino / Added

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                  Foto e video della Trasferta Osservativa Mensile organizzata da AstroCampania il 19 Maggio 2012. Sito Mt. Terminio (AV) - Italia Montaggio: Luca D'Avino Foto e Video: Sara Serra, Denys Zaikin, Francesco De Gaetano, Luca D'Avino Musica: L. McKennitt

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                  • Ipperwash StarLapse

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                    from Michael Kovach / Added

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                    A Star Lapse video from Ipperwash Ontario. Shot on Lumix GH2 with 30 second exposure time and 1 minute intervals. Using a JJC TM series intervalometer.

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                    • 2012 Solar Eclipse

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                      The May 2012 solar eclipse as seen from Queen Creek, Arizona. Ironwood North Observatory.

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