I found an article about a ‘smiling’ solar eclipse over Gumaca in Philippines on Monday morning on National Geographic News.
A Solar Eclipse turns the disk of the sun into a wide orange grin over Gumaca in the Philippines on Monday morning, . Although the sun is only little covered in this picture, the so-called annular eclipse went on to create a “ring of fire” for sky-watchers in parts of Asia and the U.S. in the west.
I thought this was an WOW, a smiling solar eclipse is pretty cool and at first I had a glimpse of this, this looked so much like I saw in the movie “Alice in Wonderland”, the Cheshire cat that always smiles and disappears and fades in the air with a smile that looked and blended with the moon that exactly is like this smiling solar eclipse if you look closely. This was an very interesting article and it’s unusual for a solar eclipse to look like a smile. I chose this because I thought this is an really unusual article and it’s rare to see a solar eclipse like this. I had a few questions:
- Is this the first Smiling Solar Eclipse that Earth has encountered?
- What did the people on Earth think about this?
- Is it REALLY true it was a Smiling solar Eclipse? ( You Never Know, Photoshop)
- Did this event get around the world?