Ready for the solar eclipse! Too bad I missed out on getting the extra adorable Doraemon/Astro Boy ones or the extra super-awesome KAMEN RIDER and Ultraman ones (actually shaped like the mask/eye piece parts!!! oAo)
Also, I’d just like to point out in Japanese is “日食” which literally says “sun-eat”
yep, current favorite word
Skywatchers in East Asia and the western United States should circle Sunday (May 20) on their calendars. That’s when a solar eclipse will block out most of the sun, leaving a spectacular “ring of fire” shining in the sky for observers located along the eclipse’s path.
The event is what’s known as an annular solar eclipse — from the Latin “annulus,” meaning “little ring” — and its full glory should be visible from much of Asia, the Pacific region and some of western North America, weather permitting. At its peak, the eclipse will block about 94 percent of the sun’s light.