DNAinfo Chicago July 30,
On Nov. 3, sometime around 2:27 p.m. over the skies of southern Ethiopia, the moon will completely block the sun and create a solar eclipse.
Sharon Hahs, the president of Northeastern Illinois
University, and her husband Billy, will be there to document the ultra-rare event, which occurs about once a year and lasts about the time it takes to run a good 100-meter dash. Read More