It starts with a great combination of Vintage Black finish and age-yellowed multi-binding with gold hardware. Powered by a set of EMG 60 neck and EMG 81 bridge pickups, it's ready for everything from deep and contemplative sounds to the most screaming, aggressive tones imaginable. A set-neck design, it's easy to get quickly up to the highest frets. Includes hardshell case. Love the look of the guitar, but it'd be awesome to have these features available in the future versions. Vintage look, modern features.
Years of Eclipse-Chasing Revealed in Quirky Pictures
Two pilots and two technicians will race the big black spot at 50, feet, well above any cloud cover. The aircraft, two s vintage WBF jets that NASA frequently dispatches for high-altitude research, will carry instruments to help scientists study the solar atmosphere. At cruising altitude, the sky will be 20 to 30 times darker than on the ground, enhancing the details in the sun's atmosphere—and allowing for pictures in the greatest detail yet. Typically, solar scientists simulate eclipses with special equipment designed to block the sun, called a coronagraph. But the small disk, usually mounted in front of a telescope, can't fully overwhelm the sun's brightness.
Vintage Solar Eclipse Photos Show How We Used to View the Event
Military men and civilians watching an eclipse in Times Square. July 9, By Jessie Wender.
On August 21, , millions of Americans will get the chance to see a total solar eclipse. Technically, this cosmic phenomenon isn't all that rare — an eclipse can be seen from somewhere on this planet every 18 months or so. But to be able to watch the moon blot the sun right out of the sky from your particular spot on Earth? Well, that happens only once in a lifetime. The last time the United Stated played host to that path of totality was in