Stunning images show the rare solar eclipse that just partially obscured the sun across the Northern Hemisphere
- There was a partial solar eclipse Thursday morning over much of the Northern Hemisphere.
- Those in the northern US got one of the best views of the eclipse if they woke up early to see it.
- Here are some pictures showing the phenomenon in action.
Astronomy enthusiasts rose in the early-morning hours to capture a rare glimpse at a solar eclipse.Those in the northern US as well as Canada and Greenland got the best shots of the "ring of fire" eclipse that took place Thursday morning, though the eclipse was only partial for most of the Northern Hemisphere.
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The meteorology student Collin Gross was also an early riser and met about a dozen people on a beach in New Jersey waiting for the eclipse. "It was amazing!" he said. "This was the first one I've actually seen, and it's so much more amazing seeing it in person."Here, the partially blocked sun is seen behind the Statue of Liberty:
-Gary Hershorn (@GaryHershorn) June 10, 2021
Here, behind the Mackinac Bridge in Michigan:
-Trevor Mahlmann (@TrevorMahlmann) June 10, 2021Here, as seen from Delaware and Washington, DC:
-NASA HQ PHOTO (@nasahqphoto) June 10, 2021The video below shows a feed from a satellite that captured the shadow of the moon darkening the Earth as it passed in front of the sun.
-NWS Boston (@NWSBoston) June 10, 2021
There won't be another annular solar eclipse this year, but it's the first of two solar eclipses in 2021.
Insider's Aria Bendix describes the celestial science behind the occurrence in a previous post.
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