I watched from the beginning of the eclipse (about 1:50 PDT
). Totality was reached around 2:45 PDT
, but I didn't stick around outside to watch the whole thing, so I came inside about 3:30 or so. For some reason, the moon was a dull orange with the naked eye, but more gray in the binoculars. Anyway, it was certainly more impressive than the last one I saw. We have perfectly clear skies here (SJC
) tonight, but for the one earlier this year I was in Boston and it was mostly cloudy.
Hydrogen is an odorless, colorless gas which, given enough time, turns into people.