Solar Eclipse 2017 Quotes & Sayings

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Today is the 2017 Solar Eclipse that our nation has been waiting and preparing for over the last few weeks. Celebrate the day with quotes and sayings for your online messages, social media accounts, texts and greetings.


1. When the moon covers the sun, we have a solar eclipse. What do you call it when birds do that?
– Kim Young-ha

2. I was born during an eclipse. I believe very much in astrology. If you were born on an eclipse it indicates your destiny is chaotic.
– Gloria Vanderbilt

3. Whenever I sing ‘Total Eclipse of the Heart,’ the way people sing along with me still excites me. It’s one of the songs that audiences know all the lyrics to, and they sing along with me, and it makes me so happy.
– Bonnie Tyler

4. There is no science in this world like physics. Nothing comes close to the precision with which physics enables you to understand the world around you. It’s the laws of physics that allow us to say exactly what time the sun is going to rise. What time the eclipse is going to begin. What time the eclipse is going to end.
– Neil deGrasse Tyson

5. Nations, like stars, are entitled to eclipse. All is well, provided the light returns and the eclipse does not become endless night. Dawn and resurrection are synonymous. The reappearance of the light is the same as the survival of the soul.
– Victor Hugo

6. And the moon in haste eclipsed her,
and the Sun in anger swore
He would curl his wick within him
and give light to you no more.
Aristophanese (Greek, c450-385 BC) Chorus of Clouds (423BC)

7. The Venus transit is not a spectacle the way a total solar eclipse is a spectacle.
– Neil deGrasse Tyson

8. Shelby believed that love was like a solar eclipse – breathtakingly beautiful, absorbing, and capable of rendering you blind. She had not necessarily gone out of her way to avoid a relationship, but she hadn’t wanted on either. It was called falling in love for a reason – because, inevitably, you crashed at the bottom.
– Jodi Picoult


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