Sun spot



EYE IN THE SKY —In our area, the May 20 annular eclipse left the majority of the sun obscured by the moon. A total eclipse is when the moon blocks out the sun entirely. An annular eclipse, like the one visible last Sunday, is when the moon appears smaller than the sun, leaving visible a thin ring of the sun called an annulus, or ring, hence the term “ring offfre.” Below, Dan and Andrea Gillett of Agoura Hills observe the event. The next partial eclipse will be in 2014. The next...

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