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7 Breathtaking Photos Capturing The Recent Solar Eclipse Shared By NASA

Published 4 months ago

Back on the 10th of June, an annular solar eclipse, the type of eclipse that occurs when the Sun and Moon line up with Earth, was visible from certain parts of Russia, Canada and Greenland, while a partial one was visible in Europe, Asia and the United States. And just in case you missed it, NASA recently shared some incredible images captured by photographers Aubrey Gemignani and Bill Ingalls.

The two photographers captured the “ring of fire” eclipse from two different points. Bill captured it rising above the United States Capitol building in Arlington, Virginia, while Aubrey captured it above the Delaware Breakwater Lighthouse in Lewes Beach, Delaware. Check out the two photographers’ breathtaking images in the gallery below!

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An annular solar eclipse occurred back on the 10th of June

Image source: NASA/Bill Ingalls

It was visible from certain parts of Russia, Canada and Greenland, while a partial one was visible in Europe, Asia and the United States

Image source: NASA/Bill Ingalls

NASA recently shared some stunning images captured by photographers Aubrey Gemignani and Bill Ingalls

Image source: NASA/Aubrey Gemignani

Bill captured it rising above the United States Capitol building in Arlington, Virginia

Image source: NASA/Bill Ingalls

Aubrey captured it above the Delaware Breakwater Lighthouse in Lewes Beach, Delaware

Image source: NASA/Aubrey Gemignani

The next time an annular eclipse will occur will be in October of 2023

Image source: NASA/Bill Ingalls

Make sure your camera is ready by then!

Image source: NASA/Bill Ingalls

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