Yes, weather and schedules align tomorrow night! We'll have nice views
of the moon and Jupiter at Myrtle and Lime 7-9 p.m.
And you can ask me about traveling to the Faroes Islands for the total
Solar Eclipse on March 20th. I just got home last night. Hint: At my
location it was clouded out. I was with 500 school children and their
families at a school community event. There was food, dancing and
although we didn't see the total eclipse due to clouds, the sky darkened
as dark as night. It was dramatic! One of my friends on the Eclipse
trip, with 19 total solar eclipses under her belt, called it the most
emotional eclipse she had ever witnessed. And the darkest!
Around the Faroe Islands many people saw the eclipse, or saw it just
before or just after totality. (My hotel staff did see it, for example,
and their relatives in the next town may have missed it.) This was
repeated all over the islands, who last saw a total solar eclipse in
1954! My photos here
It's a little late, but my monthly viedo (about the eclipse) is here
I have scenic pictures of the Faroes. Let me know if you'd like to see them!
Jane Houston Jones
Sere. enior Outreach Specialist, Cassini & InSight Missions
@jhjones @CassiniSaturn @NASAInsight
What's Up For March? Solar Eclipse in North Atlantic!