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  1. #1

    Join Date
    Jul 2016
    Location
    Marquette, MI
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    Next solar eclipse, April 8, 2024. Total eclipse in Akron and Cleveland

    Alex,
    The title sez it all.
    Not quite total eclipse in Canton.

  2. #2

    Join Date
    Dec 2017
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    Minas Tirit
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    4
    So cool! I totally enjoyed the latest eclipse!
    Too bad we have to wait 6 years now.

  3. #3

    Join Date
    Dec 2017
    Location
    SW WA
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    3
    Yeah, last one was very cool. I literally had to drag the son and wife to see it. They were REALLY glad I did.

    The direct middle of the next one crosses our family farm in Texas. Calculations show 4:22 of totality there. They are both looking forward to that one!

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    Ultimate Cheap Skate Daniel Kezar's Avatar
    Join Date
    Feb 2018
    Location
    Southern Maine, USA (the cold place with lots of snow and moose and deer and squirrels)
    Posts
    366
    i only got 60% where i am up in maine. cricket chirped and it was a bit cooler. that was about it.
    Major RC's in Flying Condition:FT Flyer (flown once, crashed, repaired), FT Sparrow (unpowered free flight version, flown soooo much, fixed sooo much), FT Simple Soarer (built with electronics, no motor, not flown),
    In Progress:B.A.T. 150% size (some pieces cut out, some not measured out yet), FT Simple Scout (plans taped together), FT Simple Cub (plans printed),
    Retired RC's none yet, although the sparrow is getting close.
    I also have an Axial SCX10 Deadbolt (crawler)

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