Solar Eclipse over the United States » Clarksville, TN Online

Solar Eclipse over the United States » Clarksville, TN Online.

January 31, 2012 – Great NASA video on the upcoming Annular Solar Eclipse of May 20, 2012:  Thanks to abraveheart1 blog for bringing this to my attention.

Notice how the eclipse path passes over the “Ring of Fire” near Japan, the Aluetian Islands and Northern California and Southern Oregon.  This does not bode well for the Juan de Fuca tectonic plate, which has not had a major release in a very long time.

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3 Responses to Solar Eclipse over the United States » Clarksville, TN Online

  1. Cristie T says:

    Well that has me a bit freaked out! Since I currently liviing in SW Portland, OR! Time to get my things ready just incase huh?…. Thank you for sharing the information!

  2. wfoster2011 says:

    Hi Cristie:
    I wouldn’t worry about it too much. I think Japan or the Aluetian Islands have a much larger probability of seeing the next “Big One.” It’s always a good idea to be prepared, e.g., earthquake, tsunami, flood, drought, civil unrest, etc. Relax and the answers will come.
    yours,
    Bill Foster

  3. Jacquelyn Fedyk says:

    I agree! Poor Japan…

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