The final New Moon of 2020 moved in front of the Sun on December 14 in the year’s only total solar eclipse, in southern South
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An annular solar eclipse occurred on June 21, 2020. The phenomenon is popularly known as the ‘ring of fire.’
A rare picture of the solar eclipse shadowing a portion of the Asian continent, from Space Station.
Most sunrises don’t look like this, though, because most sunrises don’t include the Moon.
Chart-like composite photographs showing the progression of the 2019 solar eclipse.
Solar Eclipse 2019. On 2 July, the path of totality of a solar eclipse passed across ESO’s La Silla Observatory.
Earth will find itself again on the Moon’s shadow on Tuesday, but this time the path of totality spans over the remote South Pacific.
Over the past few weeks, Curiosity rover send us some spectacular imagery of solar eclipses caused by Phobos and Deimos, Mars’ two moons.
Watch the moon’s shadow from the solar eclipse, move from coast to coast in this latest geocolor animation from GOES-16…
This image of 2017 Total Solar Eclipse – ISS Transit, captured by Joel Kowsky, is probably the best of the rare event.