Yesterday brought one of the rarest, and spectacular of celestial phenomenon a hybrid solar eclipse. Unfortunately, thanks to the event's remote location (namely across the Atlantic Ocean for most of its duration), not a lot of people got to experience a brief night during the day.
The good news: a lot of those few people who got to see the eclipse in person were packing cameras.
Of all the online photo galleries documenting the eclipse, perhaps the best of them all is that on Spaceweather. Unlike on most news websites, the Spaceweather galleries are created by you, the website visitors. Needless to say, with anyone having an Internet connection instantly capable of uploading their photos to the web, the pictures always seem to appear.
Now, how about solar eclipses in your area?
Well, by going here, you can get a complete list of all future solar eclipses of all varieties, partial, total, or annular. Don't see an eclipse in your neck of the woods during your lifetime? The good news is that there are special travel packages offered just for the purpose of eclipse chasing.
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