Annular Eclipse, I would probably pass out with ecstasy when that time comes that we’d finally meet, which I don’t think is going to happen soon.

When is the Next Solar Eclipse?

Nov. 13, 2012: Total solar eclipse. The moon’s full (umbral) shadow crosses the South Pacific Ocean. The total eclipse won’t be visible from land except for an area in northern Australia. The moon’s partial (penumbral) shadow will create a partial eclipse, visible weather permitting from a much larger area in the South Pacific (including Australia and New Zealand), southern South America, and part of Antarctica. [More from NASA]

May 10, 2013: Annular solar eclipse. Visible from Australia and New Zealand and parts of South America.

Nov. 3, 2013: Hybrid solar eclipse. Visible from eastern North America, southern Europe and Africa.

Unless, somebody out-of-nowhere funds my international travel and ‘genies’ my Visa. :)) 


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