I just checked the timing of the sun and it is well above the mountains to the west of me at maximum eclipse time for Prescott. About 27 minutes after maximum eclipse the west limb of the sun makes contact with the mountain to the west of me. This means the eclipse will still be visible from my location for 27 minutes past maximum. This This is plenty good for me and so I will be observing the eclipse at my place in Dewey (7 miles from Prescott in a straight line, almost due east of Prescott) instead of traveling hundreds of miles. The schedule that was brought to our attention says the % obscuration at Page will be 87.3%. At Prescott it will be 85.2%. The percent obscuration for Prescott is about mid way between Phoenix and Page. The schedule has some images of what the annular eclipse will look like for Phoenix and Page. Since Prescott is midway, could that mean from Prescott the annular will look like the image for Page that is just prior to the maximum for Page? In that one, the moon just barely clears the edge of the sun. Does anyone have any idea? Stan On 5/9/2012 10:36 AM, Don Hinchliffe wrote: > Planning on being at horshoe bend just south of Page. Should make for some > interesting photos. > On Wed, May 9, 2012 at 7:57 AM, J. D MADDY<maddy0485@xxxxxxx> wrote: > > -- See message header for info on list archives or unsubscribing, and please send personal replies to the author, not the list.