[EN]: The solar eclipse has been seen from the Land of the Rising Sun a few hours ago [http://www.ustream.tv/channel/eclipse-live-from-fujiyama-by-solar-power], and now it can be seen in the West Coast of the U.S. This kind of eclipse is very unusual. It has not been seen from Japan for the last 25 years. Because of the great distance there is between the moon and the sun, the annular solar eclipse shows some kind of ‘ring of fire’ around the moon. The last time such an eclipse was seen from the US was in 1994. One channel on UStream now airing the eclipse: http://www.ustream.tv/channel/scottys-sky. Watch it!

The Latino CyberGuy is also airing live from Los Angeles via UStream: [http://www.ustream.tv/channel/the-latino-cyberguy].

[ES]: El eclipse solar se ha visto desde la Tierra del Sol Naciente hace pocas horas [http://www.ustream.tv/channel/eclipse-live-from-fujiyama-by-solar-power], y ahora puede verse desde la costa oeste de los EE.UU. Este tipo de eclipse es muy inusual. No se ha visto en Japón durante los últimos 25 años. Debido a la gran distancia que hay entre la luna y el sol, el eclipse anular solar muestra una especie de “anillo de fuego” alrededor de la luna. La última vez que fue visto como un eclipse de los EE.UU. fue en 1994. Un canal en UStream está transmitiendo ahora el eclipse: http://www.ustream.tv/channel/scottys-sky. ¡Véanlo!

El Latino CyberGuy también está transmitiendo en vivo desde Los Ángeles vía UStream: [http://www.ustream.tv/channel/the-latino-cyberguy].

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