NASA posted on its official account several breathtaking photos of an annular solar eclipse seen from the United States, calling it “a landscape of a lifetime” The solar eclipse on June 10 was the first solar eclipse year The eclipse has been partially witnessed in Ladakh and Arunachal Pradesh in India, Northern Europe, and the northeastern United States. According to a NASA post on Instagram, only people who have observed it in Canada, Greenland, and northern Russia can see the annular solar eclipse.

NASA’s Instagram post includes two extraordinary images of a partial solar eclipse on Thursday. The first one was taken from Washington, DC. The foreground of the image is the U.S. Capitol. Part of the dim sun illuminates the sky to a bright orange. The second picture is equally eye-catching. The Delaware Breakwater Lighthouse is set against the purple and pink sky. When the moon partially obscures the sun, it turns orange along the vertical gradient.

In the title, NASA explained the solar eclipse phenomenon and its causes. The caption reads: “When we look up at the sky, we feel our heart beating faster, and we admire it. The view of a lifetime. As shown in the picture, when the sun peeks from behind the U.S. Capitol, we see a partial solar eclipse. Delaware Breakwater Lighthouse, June 10, 2021. From the perspective of our planet, when the moon dances in front of the sun, a solar eclipse occurs. When the moon approaches its furthest point, a “ring of fire” or ring occurs Solar eclipse. “Earth during a solar eclipse, so the moon looks smaller than the sun in the sky and does not block the entire solar disk. The “Ring of Fire” solar eclipse can only be seen by some people in Greenland, northern Russia and Canada. “

It is undeniable that solar eclipses can produce breathtaking visual effects that are both powerful and awe-inspiring. These moments remind us of the extraordinary nature of the universe and how fascinating it is, only when people remember to observe. Solar eclipses used to be associated with ominous events and superstitions because of how terrible it is for the sun to disappear during the day.

If you can’t see enough of the solar eclipse and want to marvel at photos uploaded by NASA, then the Thursday solar eclipse picture collection from all over the world will surely leave you stunned. See them here.


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