North America Solar Eclipse 2017


#1

As I didn’t have solar or a monitor during the 1991 solar eclipse, this will be interesting to watch the production drop and return. I am in the Central Valley of California and we are supposed to have about 70% totality. Just wondering if anyone else had planned to watch it?


#2

Definitely share some screenshots when it happens!


#3

We’re looking at 65% or so, I’m curious to see. Weather report says mostly sunny…


#4

More cloud cover than expected, most of which seemed to come on right during coverage:


#5

Ok, how? I can’t seem to find the link to post the screen shots. :cry:


#6

You have to either be on a tablet or desktop. Mobile phones don’t have the upload option for whatever reason.


#7

While I was in South Carolina for the Total Eclipse (about an hour south of Myrtle Beach), my solar panels up in Boston showed this. Maximum eclipse was 2:46pm EDT in Boston.


#8

You can clearly see the eclipse dip. I live in the San Diego area had its peak around 10:20.


#9

The “Upload” on the bottom right of mobile should allow screenshot on mobile. It doesn’t look like a button but is.


#10

TIL. Thanks!