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Sun., Nov. 3rd: Solar Eclipse, and Daylight Savings Time ends in the USA
11/2/2013

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Sun., Nov. 3rd: Solar Eclipse, and Daylight Savings Time ends in the USA
Saturday, November 2nd, 2013
16:24:01 GMT

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From Weather.com:

Rare Hybrid Solar Eclipse Over North America This Weekend: How to See It


It will also be visible elsewhere in the world. From EarthSky.org:

Hybrid solar eclipse on November 3


Note if you're in the USA:

Daylight Savings Time ends tomorrow morning - Sunday, Nov. 3rd.


If you type something like "sunrise in hubbard" (or whatever your town name is) into Google, Google might tell you what time sunrise will be, above your search results.


Edit, posted at 8:17 PM. I should probably point out (even though probably most people know this) that you should always avoid looking directly at the sun.

Here's a page from Exploratorium.edu with details on how to make something with which to safely, indirectly view an eclipse:

A How-To Guide for Viewing Eclipses

If it's visible at all here, I'm only going to look at it on my camera's screen (or in pictures), or maybe with one of the lazier methods listed on that page.

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