|Oscar Wildcat - 2016-03-16 |
By the end of the thing I was just as carried away as this poor fellow. Just magnificent, Lef.
I muted the guy and was thinking of putting a please mute tag.
I felt better about the narrator after he started making good observations along with the hooting and braying. Then I started hooting a bit myself because, Jesus H Christ, you _can_ see those giant electrical arcs and solar flares with the naked eye in real time. Fantastic.
The lens flares do kind of get in the way of the action though, as you say. I suppose the stewards didn't let them open the hatch...
|chumbucket - 2016-03-16 |
Solar eclipse all the way!
|Bort - 2016-03-16 |
So is he being followed by a moonshadow?
Also, I know it's a coincidence that the sun and moon appear to be exactly the same size from earth, but if I were compiling a list of coincidences that point to an existence of God, that'd be on the list. (Again, I stress that I know it's a coincidence. It's just an incredibly cool one.)
He is, in fact, stalking the moonshadow. The moonshadow has a restraining order against him but as you see here he'll go to great lengths to circumvent it.
|Tough American Bouncer - 2016-03-16 |
Sir, please stop touching yourself - there are children in this plane!
|urbanelf - 2016-03-16 |
Joey Diaz as an astronomer.
|The Mothership - 2016-03-16 |
Moons are cool as hell.
|crasspm - 2016-03-16 |
I wonder what insignificant percentage of passengers on that flight still hold the belief that what they were observing had all been created around 6000 years ago.
|Binro the Heretic - 2016-03-17 |
OH MY GOD! LOOK AT ALL THIS STUFF YOU CAN'T SEE BECAUSE A PHONE CAMERA WON'T PICK IT UP!
|memedumpster - 2016-03-17 |
Fred Schaaf takes a flight to adventure.
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