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The Major Planets @Albert Usada, for Facebook Fan Page Source: www.stellarium.orgMOVING from the Sun outwards, the major planets are:Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune. Sincethe formal definition of a planet in 2006 Pluto has been relegated tohaving the status of dwarf planet along with bodies such as Ceres and
LUNAR ECLIPSE Composite as viewed from Los Alamos, New Mexico on Saturday, December 10, 2011. Photo by Michael ZeilerMichael Zeilers time-lapse video of the lunar eclipse 12/10/11.
@Albert Usada, on Facebook Fan Page Photo by Julie Jacobson / APA lunar eclipse is seen framed within Turret Arch at Arches National Park near Moab, Utah, on Dec. 10. This total lunar eclipse, which occurs when Earth gets directly between the moon and the sun, will be the last of its kind until April 2014.
@Albert Usada, on Facebook Fan Page Photo by Jay Pasachoff, Astronomer at Williams CollegeThe moons disk takes a bite out of the sun during Fridays partial solar eclipse, as seen from Invercargill in New Zealand. The last of 2011s four solar eclipses was visible only from an area in southern latitudes taking in New Zealand, Tasmania, South Africa and Antarctica.
@Albert Usada, on Facebook Fan Page Photo by NASA / GSFC / SDOA March 29 image from NASAs Solar Dynamics Observatory captures a "space eclipse," in which Earths disk obscures part of the sun.
@Albert Usada, on Facebook Fan Page Copyright John Harrison Photography Photographer John Harrison captured this view of the Dec. 10 total solar eclipse above SanFranciscos Golden Gate Bridge. "I went out at sunrise this morning not sure what to expect," he wrote. "What an awesome sight! The blue skies at sunrise with the red moon overheadwere just a sight to watch. It was worth the 3 a.m. start to our fun shooting." See more of his portfolio at the John Harrison Photography website.