Just us then.
harbour near the Spanish Arch.
Carbon Nightclub writes:
Finally the sun has decided to make its long overdue cameo appearance. Everyone make sure to make the most of it…
Seapoint. Co Dublin.
*cornea sizzling sound*
Here’s a shot of [Mercury is currently journeying across the Sun] I took from Dundalk [Co Louth] earlier
Tourists and stargazers watch Mercury’s transit through a massive telescope located in the front square of Trinity College, Dublin.
Transit of Mercury – Live (Guardian)
In Stephen’s Green, Dublin.
Claire Beck tweetz:
When the sun is out in Dublin you can do #hotdoglegs the Irish edition.
*G’wan the stretch.
Earlier: Cloud Nein
From top: Yesterday’s Irish Sun front page and an apology in today’s Scottish Sun
Irish Sun published it too and no apology in their paper as far as I can see.
A solar eruption on Saturday captured by the Solar & Heliospheric Observatory (SOHO) satellite.
Last week, NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory marked its fifth year in space, generating one incredibly detailed image of the Sun every second, 24 hours a day.
Flare play, in flareness.
Scott de Buitléir tweetz:
Anyone else notice this solar ring over Dublin?