GREAT PICS OF THE 2017 SOLAR ECLIPSE YOU SHOULD NOT MISS

GREAT PICS OF THE 2017 SOLAR ECLIPSE YOU SHOULD NOT MISS

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Solar Eclipse is the phenomenon that occurs when the moon comes between the Sun and the Earth. Moon’s shadow on the Sun casts a beautiful image and it can last for about 7 minutes.

Americans gazed upwards in their millions on Monday, as a total solar eclipse swept the country.

It was the first such eclipse to go from the west to east coasts of the US in 99 years.

But it happened for not more than 2 minutes 2 seconds on a bright Monday morning and all of America experienced darkness in broad daylight. And though darkness isn’t gorgeous, THIS was a breathtaking sight.

Photographer Dennis Sprinkle captured 13 bracketed photos during totality and stacked them to create this gorgeous HDR photo of the moon at the moment of totality. The photo shows both the Sun’s corona and the Moon’s surface being lit by Earth’s reflected light.
Photographer Dennis Sprinkle captured 13 bracketed photos during totality and stacked them to create this gorgeous HDR photo of the moon at the moment of totality. The photo shows both the Sun’s corona and the Moon’s surface being lit by Earth’s reflected light.