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The solar eclipse of August 21, 1914, seen from 66 degrees north, in the town of Sandnessjøen, in Northern Norway. Solar eclipses are always cool, and this is especially interesting to me because the center of this eclipse, the point at which the Moon most completely obscured the Sun, passed over my hometown one hundred years ago. The German scientist Adolf Miethe took a huge risk traveling to Norway to build an observatorium specifically for this astronomical event. If the day had been overcast, all would have been for nought.
Many astronomers were interested in observing this event, but the outbreak of war prevented many of them. Luckily for Miethe and his team, he got to observe the event even as his country went to war. Three of his fellow expedition members had to return back home for military duty.
Miethe is an interesting character, having co-invented both an early photographic flash and a process of color photography.
Observations of solar eclipses later helped confirm Einstein’s theory of relativity, as one of his predictions, the existence of gravitational lensing, could be seen.
The locals, however, were reportedly unimpressed by the eclipse, having expected it to be darker. Oh, well.

science:

The solar eclipse of August 21, 1914, seen from 66 degrees north, in the town of Sandnessjøen, in Northern Norway. Solar eclipses are always cool, and this is especially interesting to me because the center of this eclipse, the point at which the Moon most completely obscured the Sun, passed over my hometown one hundred years ago. The German scientist Adolf Miethe took a huge risk traveling to Norway to build an observatorium specifically for this astronomical event. If the day had been overcast, all would have been for nought.

Many astronomers were interested in observing this event, but the outbreak of war prevented many of them. Luckily for Miethe and his team, he got to observe the event even as his country went to war. Three of his fellow expedition members had to return back home for military duty.

Miethe is an interesting character, having co-invented both an early photographic flash and a process of color photography.

Observations of solar eclipses later helped confirm Einstein’s theory of relativity, as one of his predictions, the existence of gravitational lensing, could be seen.

The locals, however, were reportedly unimpressed by the eclipse, having expected it to be darker. Oh, well.

When you get feels for this gorgeous girl that doesn’t want love or anything at the moment. Ughh I had them for a while but I just don’t know if she would like me since she barely even knows me very well, I can say the same thing too. Besides she likes being with this other guy who share a lot in common and also friends. Me on the other hand have to like stand there or read doing nothing because I am not as intresting as the other guy or friends. Everything I do or say gets her moody, I mean I can’t touch her which is my favorite sense to use because it makes me know that object or person exists. I can’t say much to her because I got nothing in my brain to say other then hello, basic stuff, and words like cute, pretty, and sweet which to me describe her well even though sweet should be replaced with bitchy just a little bit since she can get mean when stuff isn’t going her way. I don’t know, I shouldn’t have any feels for her but I do.