From: Eric L. Strobel (fyzycyst_at_comcast.net)
Date: Sun Jun 01 2003 - 20:13:45 PDT
somewhere near the temporal coordinates of 6/1/03 3:48 AM, the entity known
as Robert Benschop transmitted the following from rbenschop_at_euronet.nl:
> On Sunday, Jun 1, 2003, at 04:32 Europe/Amsterdam, Eric L. Strobel
>> I'm just glad I happened to be watching this time. I'd never seen it
>> (I've got a 130), even when it was supposed to show up. And it even
>> as an annular eclipse. Sweet! But it does go by awfully quickly...
> But wasn't there a package that 'forced' the eclipse animation?
> Maybe this one? http://www.unna.org/unna/utilites/Eclipse/
Maybe, but I'm stubborn sometimes... If it's supposed to happen on it's
own, then I want to see it happen in it's "natural" state.
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