On March 29, 2006, the Sun, Moon and Earth came into alignment to create a Syzygy, which can be defined as a near perfect straight line conjunction of three Celestial bodies. In this case, for the lucky people who either lived within the path of totality, or were able to travel to somewhere within that path, they witnessed one of natures most awesome spectacles, a Total Solar Eclipse.
The author and photographer, Steven F. Groce, was one of those lucky people. I traveled to Antalya, Turkey, with a Telescope over one shoulder, and my Camera equipment over the other. The photos were taken with a Minolta 9000 film camera, attached to the back of a Meade 2045 Schmidt Cassigrain telescope. Fuji 100 ASA color film was used, and following normal chemical processing of the film, the negatives were digitally scanned and printed. They are not color enhanced. Approximate 30 images were taken during just over 3 minutes of totality. This was my fourth Total Eclipse.
What does this have to do with Law? Absolutely nothing! Unless of course you care to consider Isaac Newton, 1642-1727, and his law of gravity; or Johannes Kepler, 1571-1630, and his laws of motion, et. al. S.F. Groce
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