Solar Eclipse in stunning images – 5 pictures

Solar eclipse is an eclipse in which the Moon blocks all or part of the Sun’s light from reaching the Earth’s surface, because it passes directly between the Earth and the Sun. Although, solar eclipses are predicted in April and October this year but there images are still a kind of fancy. Here, I have collected some stunning photos of solar eclipses.

Hopefully, you will like them and give them a “Thumbs up”.

Ring of fire: A man, standing on a ridge 1.5miles away from photographer Colleen Pinski (Credit: Colleen Pinski/Caters News)
Ring of fire: A man, standing on a ridge 1.5miles away from photographer Colleen Pinski (Credit: Colleen Pinski/Caters News)

Tutulemma: Solar Eclipse Analemma, i.e. path the Sun follows over the course of a year (Image Credit & Copyright: Cenk E. Tezel and Tunç Tezel (TWAN))
Tutulemma: Solar Eclipse Analemma, i.e. path the Sun follows over the course of a year (Image Credit & Copyright: Cenk E. Tezel and Tunç Tezel (TWAN))
Solar eclipse over New York (Image Credit & Copyright: Chris Cook)
Solar eclipse over New York (Image Credit & Copyright: Chris Cook)
Total Solar Eclipse of November 3, 2013, as seen from 44,000 feet over the Atlantic aboard a 12-person Dassault Falcon 900B jet chartered from Bermuda. (Image Credit & Copyright: Ben Cooper/Launch Photography)
Total Solar Eclipse of November 3, 2013, as seen from 44,000 feet over the Atlantic aboard a 12-person Dassault Falcon 900B jet chartered from Bermuda. (Image Credit & Copyright: Ben Cooper/Launch Photography)
Phillip Calais took this image of a plane flying during a partial solar eclipse in early May 2013 from Monument Hill in Fremantle, Australia. He took this photo using a Canon 40D with Canon 400 mm f5.6 lens and a 2x teleconverter. The photo was taken at 7:05 a.m. and the sun was only about 1.4 degrees above the horizon.  9Credit: Copyright Phillip Calais)
Phillip Calais took this image of a plane flying during a partial solar eclipse in early May 2013 from Monument Hill in Fremantle, Australia. He took this photo using a Canon 40D with Canon 400 mm f5.6 lens and a 2x teleconverter. The photo was taken at 7:05 a.m. and the sun was only about 1.4 degrees above the horizon.
(Credit: Copyright Phillip Calais)

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