“The moon appeared to take a bite out of the sun on Thursday (Oct. 23) in a partial solar eclipse that was visible to potentially millions of skywatchers across North America, weather permitting.” Excerpt from Partial Solar Eclipse Wows Skywatchers Across North America on Yahoo News.
Headlands Beach in Mentor, Ohio.
“The partial solar eclipse near maximum from Boulder, Colorado. The clouds helped obscure the sun and provided some interesting texture and color — not much processing done to the raw photo here. Note the sunspots visible next to the moon’s outline…” – Bill Bowman
Taken from the top of the Fort at Fort De Soto Park, St. Petersburg, Florida.
Near Portales, New Mexico.
This selection is inspired by the 2014 Partial Solar Eclipse group created by NASA Goddard Space Flight Center.
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