Brewster Rockit by Tim Rickard for April 09, 2024

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    enigmamz  3 months ago

    I hate when that happens.

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    Ratkin  3 months ago

    Can’t see the forest for the trees.

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    Captain Colorado  3 months ago

    That’s kind of the point.

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    mokspr Premium Member 3 months ago

    Darn moon! Always throwing shade…

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    Bilan  3 months ago

    That must explain why people in Cleveland were asking, Is that a space station in front of the moon?

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    therese_callahan2002  3 months ago

    “Hey, Miss Sun. What could I say? I tried to hold you, but the moon got in the way—” Boz Scaggs.

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    a sage  3 months ago

    And worse, he couldn’t see any of the moon.

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    WaitingMan  3 months ago

    Haddon Heights, NJ yesterday. Beautiful sunny morning and early afternoon. Looking forward to the eclipse. Just as it’s starting, the clouds roll in. Just as it’s ending, the clouds go away and it’s a beautiful day again. Most boring eclipse ever.

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    gantech  3 months ago

    Pam, why do you even bother trying…?

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    Izzy Moreno  3 months ago

    Makes sense. You can’t see the sun with the moon in the way.

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    Meg ~ All Seriousness Aside  3 months ago

    If you position the space station just right you can see an eclipse anytime you want.

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    Meg ~ All Seriousness Aside  3 months ago

    Of all the dozens (hundreds?) of moons in this solar system, the total solar eclipse with the corona lit up like we saw here yesterday can only happen on Earth with our moon.

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    Kirk Barnes Premium Member 3 months ago

    Ha! Brewster got MOONED!

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    Calvins Brother  3 months ago

    The same thing happened on TV.

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    blakerl  3 months ago

    Yes I saw the eclipse, I even took a picture. But not as much fun as the one I saw in June 1983 in Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea, they had a big party big party. lots of girls and beer.

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    DeaconJohnGiglioJr  3 months ago

    Did anyone turn into a werewolf, or gain superpowers from viewing the moon?

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    mistercatworks  3 months ago

    It cracks me up to see all the people who think staring at the Sun is what an eclipse is about. If you are in your own neighborhood when one happens, think about the darkness, the change in birds, insects and animals nearby, the subtle change in temperature.

    It’s not the same as standing around with a bunch of other people with their eyes covered. You can “watch” the Sun being eclipsed on video, anytime, but you don’t get that ethereal change in ambience. That’s the difference between “observation” and “experience”.

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    David Huie Green ForceIsAUsefulFiction  3 months ago

    Spoiled the view. Like when the mountains get in the way of a perfectly decent vista.

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    cuzinron47  3 months ago

    Something was stupid alright.

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    eb110americana  3 months ago

    Brewster saw the eclipse for a good several minutes…and then nothing ever again.

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    norphos  3 months ago

    And HE is the captain of the space station.

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    cafed00d Premium Member 3 months ago

    So the moon photo bombed the eclipse?

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    winston5610  3 months ago

    US45 and I—24 at Paducah was a gridlock lover’s dream! Worse than Atlanta Snowmageddon 2014!

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