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4) An partial eclipse is due May 20th which NASA is calling the "Ring of Fire Solar Eclipse".

 
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4) An partial eclipse is due May 20th which NASA is calling the "Ring of Fire Solar Eclipse".
i dont know about may 20th its going on right now!!!



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the sun
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that object to the right might be a lens flare
but the ring of fire in the sun i dont know whats going on i though you needed the moon to make the ring of fire on may 20th not april 28th lol

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4) An partial eclipse is due May 20th which NASA is calling the "Ring of Fire Solar Eclipse".

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Solar Eclipse over the USA

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Jan. 27, 2012: Mark your calendar. On Sunday, May 20th, the sun is going to turn into a ring of fire. It's an annular solar eclipse--the first one in the USA in almost 18 years.

An annular eclipse occurs when the Moon passes directly in front of the sun, but the lunar disk is not quite wide enough to cover the entire star. At maximum, the Moon forms a "black hole" in the center of the sun.

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Re: 4) An partial eclipse is due May 20th which NASA is calling the "Ring of Fire Solar Eclipse".
the eclipse will go over the "ring of fire" earthquake zone
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Re: 4) An partial eclipse is due May 20th which NASA is calling the "Ring of Fire Solar Eclipse".
The sun will appear be slightly larger than the eclipsed moon so the will be a "ring of fire" around moon during fullest high point.
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Re: 4) An partial eclipse is due May 20th which NASA is calling the "Ring of Fire Solar Eclipse".
so far no one can say what this is and why its caused lol.
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Re: 4) An partial eclipse is due May 20th which NASA is calling the "Ring of Fire Solar Eclipse".
so far no one can say what this is and why its caused lol.
 Quoting: Buck Roger 15167533

The photos are quite small. In addition it seems, you have pixel-resizeed it - so the white lines in the first two photos are distorted.
The dot in your third photo is a lens flare.
Would be helpfull if you could post the original size.

Most probably it's a heavy overexposure - the sensors get "knocked unconscious" by to much light and don't send any more data. The result is 00 00 00 = Black.

What I can say for sure: your photos (if taken recently) are not photos of a solar eclipse.



the eclipse will go over the "ring of fire" earthquake zone
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1508693

The term "Ring of Fire" used for an annular solar eclipse has nothing to do with the "Pacific Ring of Fire".
It's just a coincidence, that the path of the annular solar eclipse in May passes over parts of the Pacific Ring of Fire.

At an annular solar eclipse the Moon is too far away from Earth and thus to small to cover the sun completely.
When you are on the central line of the path at the maximum eclips the Moon is centered on the Sun, surrounded by a very bright ring of the Sun - the "Ring of Fire".

When the sun is high in the sky at totality, this ring is difficult to see without proper solar filter - the ring is so bright, that it outshines the Moon in the center.

How it looks: [link to p-m-a.org] Photos taken of the annular solar eclipse 15 Jan 2010, Rameswaram, India


Safe filters for the observation of the eclipse:
* Solarfilters as they are used for telescopes or solar eclipse goggles
* Welding filter glass shade 12 to 14

relatively safe filters:
* Two or three layers of fully exposed and developed silver-bearing black-and-white negative film

Unsafe filters:
* Smoked Glass
* Fully exposed and developed color negativ film
* Non-silver-bearing black-and-white negative film
* Unexposed and developed color slide film
* CDs
* Floppy disks
These materials block the visible light but let pass a dangerous amount of ultraviolet and/or infrared light.
The CD e.g. don't block UV-light, the floppy blocks only a part of the IR-light.
Since the image of the Sun is very dark, the iris of your eye is wide open and even more UV and IR radiation will hit. Within a short time your eyes will be damaged non-reversible.
Some more readings (pdf): [link to wwwuser.oat.ts.astro.it]

BTW:
Take a floppy disk, set your camera in "Night shot mode" and you have a nice "poor man's infrared filter": [link to gladden.org]


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If the Moon is off, if Earth wobbles or if there is a pole shift
how can things like this, predicted decades ago, happen?

aseindia
Annular Solar Eclipse - January 15, 2010 - Rameshwaram, India
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Re: 4) An partial eclipse is due May 20th which NASA is calling the "Ring of Fire Solar Eclipse".
How can you have a "ring of fire" eclipse and a partial eclipse at the same time? Wouldn't that be a full eclipse if the ring of fire is visible...not a partial one?

Also, I am on the East Coast so, apparently, we are not going to get to see this. It's almost worth going to visit my sister in Texas for that event!
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Re: 4) An partial eclipse is due May 20th which NASA is calling the "Ring of Fire Solar Eclipse".
May 20th is 777 days after the 7.2 west coast earthquake on 4/4/10 Easter Sunday and 7 days before Pentecost
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Re: 4) An partial eclipse is due May 20th which NASA is calling the "Ring of Fire Solar Eclipse".
How can you have a "ring of fire" eclipse and a partial eclipse at the same time? Wouldn't that be a full eclipse if the ring of fire is visible...not a partial one?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 14154818

There are three types of solar eclipse: total, annular and partial. Actually the annular eclipse is a partial eclipse - but because it is something special it has it's own name.
The total and annular can be seen only along the approx. 200km wide central path as total / annular. Outside of this path it is visible only as a partial eclipse.

At a partial eclipse the central path don't hit the earth.

There is one more, very rare eclipse - the hybrid eclipse: Because both the orbits of Eart and Moon are a little elliptical, the distance between Earth and Moon changes a little. Thus at certain points on the surface of the Earth it appears as a total eclipse, whereas at other points it appears as annular.
The next hybrid eclipse will be November 3, 2013 and the following on April 20, 2023.



Also, I am on the East Coast so, apparently, we are not going to get to see this. It's almost worth going to visit my sister in Texas for that event!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 14154818

It's worth it.
Have a look at the map: [link to eclipse.gsfc.nasa.gov]
The closer to the red line the better. The more you are away from the red line the more is the Ring of Fire off center.

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If the Moon is off, if Earth wobbles or if there is a pole shift
how can things like this, predicted decades ago, happen?

aseindia
Annular Solar Eclipse - January 15, 2010 - Rameshwaram, India
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Re: 4) An partial eclipse is due May 20th which NASA is calling the "Ring of Fire Solar Eclipse".
so far no one can say what this is and why its caused lol.
 Quoting: Buck Roger 15167533



The photos are quite small. In addition it seems, you have pixel-resizeed it - so the white lines in the first two photos are distorted.


The photos that I took were from the other day. I took one more and did nothing with it. As it looks it looks the same on my phone. It might not be a solar eclipse but it could be ufos blocking out the light around the sun. Since I have it in negative. What els do you think it is help a big brother out? lol

The dot in your third photo is a lens flare. Yeah I thought that too

Would be helpfull if you could post the original size

done now other people should do the same or use floppy disk filters on cameras and phones


compair the the images together the april 28th one looks like it has more light or blacked out spots then april 29th and the circle is moving to the right. ill keep on taking pics I hope other people will too and post them on here lets debunk this if we can. I hate mis/dis info. Pysop war is a crime in itself but lets not go there just yet lol.


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april 29th resolution 1280x960 from phone to 15 inch as well

[link to imageshack.us]


april 28th resolution 1280x960 from phone to 15 inch instead of 17 inch

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Most probably it's a heavy overexposure - the sensors get "knocked unconscious" by to much light and don't send any more data. The result is 00 00 00 = Black.

What I can say for sure: your photos (if taken recently) are not photos of a solar eclipse.



the eclipse will go over the "ring of fire" earthquake zone
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1508693

The term "Ring of Fire" used for an annular solar eclipse has nothing to do with the "Pacific Ring of Fire".
It's just a coincidence, that the path of the annular solar eclipse in May passes over parts of the Pacific Ring of Fire.

At an annular solar eclipse the Moon is too far away from Earth and thus to small to cover the sun completely.
When you are on the central line of the path at the maximum eclips the Moon is centered on the Sun, surrounded by a very bright ring of the Sun - the "Ring of Fire".

When the sun is high in the sky at totality, this ring is difficult to see without proper solar filter - the ring is so bright, that it outshines the Moon in the center.

How it looks: [link to p-m-a.org] Photos taken of the annular solar eclipse 15 Jan 2010, Rameswaram, India


Safe filters for the observation of the eclipse:
* Solarfilters as they are used for telescopes or solar eclipse goggles
* Welding filter glass shade 12 to 14

relatively safe filters:
* Two or three layers of fully exposed and developed silver-bearing black-and-white negative film

Unsafe filters:
* Smoked Glass
* Fully exposed and developed color negativ film
* Non-silver-bearing black-and-white negative film
* Unexposed and developed color slide film
* CDs
* Floppy disks
These materials block the visible light but let pass a dangerous amount of ultraviolet and/or infrared light.
The CD e.g. don't block UV-light, the floppy blocks only a part of the IR-light.
Since the image of the Sun is very dark, the iris of your eye is wide open and even more UV and IR radiation will hit. Within a short time your eyes will be damaged non-reversible.
Some more readings (pdf): [link to wwwuser.oat.ts.astro.it]

BTW:
Take a floppy disk, set your camera in "Night shot mode" and you have a nice "poor man's infrared filter": [link to gladden.org]


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Re: 4) An partial eclipse is due May 20th which NASA is calling the "Ring of Fire Solar Eclipse".
yeah i posted this but it got mixed up in the post so i hope this helps clear stuff up

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april 29th resolution 1280x960 from phone to 15 inch as well

[link to imageshack.us]


april 28th resolution 1280x960 from phone to 15 inch instead of 17 inch

[link to imageshack.us]
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so far no one can say what this is and why its caused lol.
 Quoting: Buck Roger 15167533

The photos are quite small. In addition it seems, you have pixel-resizeed it - so the white lines in the first two photos are distorted.
The dot in your third photo is a lens flare.
Would be helpfull if you could post the original size.

Most probably it's a heavy overexposure - the sensors get "knocked unconscious" by to much light and don't send any more data. The result is 00 00 00 = Black.

What I can say for sure: your photos (if taken recently) are not photos of a solar eclipse.



the eclipse will go over the "ring of fire" earthquake zone
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1508693

The term "Ring of Fire" used for an annular solar eclipse has nothing to do with the "Pacific Ring of Fire".
It's just a coincidence, that the path of the annular solar eclipse in May passes over parts of the Pacific Ring of Fire.

At an annular solar eclipse the Moon is too far away from Earth and thus to small to cover the sun completely.
When you are on the central line of the path at the maximum eclips the Moon is centered on the Sun, surrounded by a very bright ring of the Sun - the "Ring of Fire".

When the sun is high in the sky at totality, this ring is difficult to see without proper solar filter - the ring is so bright, that it outshines the Moon in the center.

How it looks: [link to p-m-a.org] Photos taken of the annular solar eclipse 15 Jan 2010, Rameswaram, India


Safe filters for the observation of the eclipse:
* Solarfilters as they are used for telescopes or solar eclipse goggles
* Welding filter glass shade 12 to 14

relatively safe filters:
* Two or three layers of fully exposed and developed silver-bearing black-and-white negative film

Unsafe filters:
* Smoked Glass
* Fully exposed and developed color negativ film
* Non-silver-bearing black-and-white negative film
* Unexposed and developed color slide film
* CDs
* Floppy disks
These materials block the visible light but let pass a dangerous amount of ultraviolet and/or infrared light.
The CD e.g. don't block UV-light, the floppy blocks only a part of the IR-light.
Since the image of the Sun is very dark, the iris of your eye is wide open and even more UV and IR radiation will hit. Within a short time your eyes will be damaged non-reversible.
Some more readings (pdf): [link to wwwuser.oat.ts.astro.it]

BTW:
Take a floppy disk, set your camera in "Night shot mode" and you have a nice "poor man's infrared filter": [link to gladden.org]


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Re: 4) An partial eclipse is due May 20th which NASA is calling the "Ring of Fire Solar Eclipse".
so far no one can say what this is and why its caused lol.
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you mean Nibiru?

the Destroyer is here.
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Re: 4) An partial eclipse is due May 20th which NASA is calling the "Ring of Fire Solar Eclipse".
Im not saying that just yet I need more proof every one should take pics of the sun in negative.


so far no one can say what this is and why its caused lol.
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you mean Nibiru?

the Destroyer is here.
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Re: 4) An partial eclipse is due May 20th which NASA is calling the "Ring of Fire Solar Eclipse".
yeah i posted this but it got mixed up in the post so i hope this helps clear stuff up
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Hi OP,

sorry for the late answer - clear skys here the last days and I went out with a scope.


so far no one can say what this is and why its caused lol.
 Quoting: Buck Roger 15167533


It is definitely caused by overexposure.

BTW:
You forgot to mention that you converted your photos into a negativ - thus you converted a black, overexposed ring around the sun into a white "Ring of Fire".

Intention or accident?


.
If the Moon is off, if Earth wobbles or if there is a pole shift
how can things like this, predicted decades ago, happen?

aseindia
Annular Solar Eclipse - January 15, 2010 - Rameshwaram, India

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