Science: What to See Today

Today (Sept. 10, 1923), if you happen to live anywhere in the U. S., Canada, Mexico, Central America, the West Indies, or northwestern South America, you can see, w. p. (weather permitting), at least part of a total eclipse of the sun. If you are fortunate enough to be within a curvilinear zone about 100 miles wide, which grazes the coast of Southern California and sweeps through the heart of Mexico, you will see the whole face of Old Sol obscured by the moon's shadow for a few brief moments — a sight which...

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