Saw this one on Twitter: the coolest pic of the eclipse I've seen so far. UPDATE: It was cool, but it's fake. "No, this isn't a solar eclipse as seen from the International Space Station. Space photo researcher @FakeAstropix keeps debunking this one, but it keeps popping up in every corner of the internet. It's actually a rendering from DeviantArt user A4size-ska. Beautiful, but totally fake. Fake image via @planetepics"
A partial solar eclipse as seen during sunrise in the coastal town of Gumaca, Quezon province, southeast of Manila on May 21, 2012.
Just think how much knowledge you've gathered all these years.Meditating for years. Having so many discussions. Can't you see now this is what's been holding you back? This is what has been holding you back. For you have believed that you're the knower. For you have to become a knower to become free. Yet no one has to know anything for there is absolutely nothing to know...there is only omnipresence, infinity, absolute reality and there is no name for this. --Robert Adams
Awesome Photo Of The Solar Eclipse The best place to see the eclipse was across Asia and parts of the western United States. It was the first solar eclipse visible in North America in nearly 18 years.