Who else is watching the Eclipse? It is fully covered right now. 5:30 Am Eastern Australia time.?
- Jake No ChatLv 72 years agoFavourite answer
I am not, I cannot see it where I am. I would like to see it, so congrats to yu on being able to.
- The DonaldLv 62 years ago
- CliveLv 72 years ago
Unfortunately I couldn't see it - the British heatwave has just broken with thunderstorms and nobody could see a thing because of clouds.
- Anonymous2 years ago
I've seen a number of them in the last few years. I slept blissfully through this one and now I awaken refreshed and ready to face the day. Humbug.
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- 2 years ago
I've chosen to sit this one out.
Mostly because it's occurring on the other side of the world, and... I'm poor, and can't afford to get there.
- FunnelwebLv 72 years ago
I saw it, I saw the Moon slowly enter the Earth's shadow and at present the Moon is fully eclipsed. Mars is also brightly visible in the same direction. I just came inside now.