ACCRA, Ghana (AP) -- Tourists and scientists were gathering at spots around the world for the first total eclipse in years, a solar show that will sweep northeast from Brazil to Mongolia and blot out the sun across swathes of the world's poorest lands.
The last such eclipse in November 2003 was most visible from Antarctica, said Alex Young, a NASA scientist involved in solar research.
Wednesday's eclipse will block the sun in highly populated areas, including West Africa. NASA said it won't be visible from the United States....
while we were watching the eclipse on tv in different part of the world,i noticed a man in Lybia criying 3 times:God is Great(a muslim cry) to people like this to hope the light of the Gospel shines on him,we need to do things like this; 1-pray hard and from the heart continuely. 2-look for opportunities to go to these poeple. 3-help those who are already serving among them and pray for them and follow their work to do the best for them. 4-Abdel-rahman from afganestan(means servant of the merceiful)is an examle of the hardness of the work among them and among those who worship idols in India. 5-finaly we need to go back to the teaching of the Gospel and the episles to be truly the lights of the world (moon)that those who are in dakness may see clearly the sun of rightousness and the healing in his wings
True, Jim. I wouldn't dispute that. What they need is the Light which casts darkness away. "to turn them from darkness to light, from the power of satan unto God, that they may receive forgiveness of sins.."(Acts 26:17,18)