Cords of Steel and the U.S. First Responders Association invite you to register and learn about the Freedom Voyager — a versatile, unique solar powered charging station for first responders, volunteers like CERTs, Search and Rescue teams, K9 units, adventurers, and families.
Freedom Voyager’s crowdfunding campaign launches soon and if you sign up here, you can receive this portable wireless solar power pack at a very reduced rate, and proceeds benefit USFRA.org as explained below.
Please register here and thank you COS for your support of USFRA and our nation’s heroes! ~ j & B
On May 9 and 10, 2013 millions of sky-gazers saw the spectacle of a lifetime as a “ring of fire” annular solar eclipse crossed the Pacific from Asia to the United States.
According to Space.com the eclipse was best seen in remote parts of western Australia, where the moon covered most — but not all — of the sun, leaving a spectacular ring of light around the lunar silhouette.
Because the eclipse’s path crossed the International Dateline, it began in Australia on Friday, May 10, local time, but ended late Thursday, May 9.
Below are a few pics from the recent 2013 event and above and last shot are from the May 2012 eclipse. Enjoy!