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Panorama / a month ago
Sun Plays Peekaboo: The Great Solar Ring Toss of 2093
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Get ready for the celestial game of Peekaboo as the Sun and Moon engage in 'The Great Solar Ring Toss of 2093' - an experience you don't want to miss!
It’s not every day that the Sun decides to play a game with us, after all, it’s got a busy schedule of maintaining life on Earth and all that jazz. Besides, it doesn't get weekends off. However, come July 23, 2093, the shining star of our solar system will apparently take a much-deserved quick breather to engage in an interstellar pastime with its celestial partner in crime, the Moon. The game? A classic of cosmic proportions– ‘Peekaboo’, or as the astrologers with high-end degrees and no sense of humor refer to it – ‘The Annular Solar Eclipse.’ More colloquially, I like to dub it: ‘The Great Solar Ring Toss of 2093.’ Good sport that it is, the Sun doesn’t just hide behind any old thing. No, no, it chooses the one rock it is certain we Earthlings feel quite affectionate about– our very own Moon. Not only is this dark, cheese-look-alike renowned for inspiring love songs and hosting a couple of astronauts back in the day, but it will also become the favorite toy of our very own insistent toddler that is the Sun. The Moon, sly and coy, will glide graciously across the sky, simply minding its own business and, as if by a childish whim, the Sun will decide to ‘hide’ behind it. Obviously, the Sun’s understanding of the game Peekaboo is questionable since it is not quite the hide-behind-your-hands variety. We're not entirely sure if the Moon is a willing participant or simply caught in a game of cosmic tag, but we're not here to question lunar consent. Rather hilariously, with the Sun shining around the edges creating an impressive ring of fire, this cosmic event, to us humans on Earth, resembles a ring toss game on a universal scale. As this space spectacle unfolds, brace yourself for some earthly consequences. There will be dismal attempts at poetry, poorly composed love songs, and countless Instagram posts about how, “this moment truly speaks to them spiritually.” The shade thrown by the Moon isn’t a respite from summer heat either. Instead, it's just a noticeable drop in light, which you're not likely to see if you are engrossed in binge-watching your favorite virtual show. Perhaps, you might absentmindedly mutter about the power company's assurance about "flicker-free" LEDs. Quirking a celestial eyebrow, the sun peers from behind the moon, shooting glances that say "Missed me?" – tentatively at first, like a shy schoolboy. And finally, abandoning its hideout, it will again beam unabashedly at you, leaving only Instagram stories and blurry pictures in its wake as proof of this astronomical mischief. So, ready a pair of fancy eclipse glasses or a DIY cereal box (or the latest version thereof in 2093) if you fancy witnessing this cosmic symphony. Release the inner Sheldon Cooper and remind inattentive friends about the perils of retinal burn. But whatever you do, do not miss out on the ‘Sun playing Peekaboo: The Great Solar Ring Toss of 2093.’ It's guaranteed to be an experience out of this world – quite literally.
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Original title: Solar eclipse of July 23, 2093
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