One of the best things about social media—like the Internet, too—is how many different phenomena you can witness if not first hand then at least in a secondary capacity; way more than would be possible in a regular human lifetime.
Case in point: the occultation of Saturn (i.e., hiding behind another object, in this case the moon) a few days ago.
This view and others on Griffin’s Twitter account were taken from Portobello in New Zealand.
Holy moly! The space nerd in me is impressed.
Hey, look! We found a thing on the internet! We thought it was cool, and wanted to share it with you.
This picture is just amazing!