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And The Sun Is Eclipsed By The Moon

May 20, 2012 annular eclipse seen from Dallas, TX USA. © Jason Major

If you didn’t get a chance to see the annular eclipse from where you are, either due to weather or location, here’s a shot of it I managed to grab from Dallas, TX just as the Sun emerged from some low clouds and right before it set beyond the trees.It was visible for perhaps five minutes, but what a great view!

See another shot below:

Annular eclipse sunset seen from Dallas, TX. © Jason Major

The whole net was buzzing with images from all over the world on Sunday evening, and it was fun to be a part of it. After getting the shot I hung out on Google+ with the “Bad Astronomer” Phil Plait, Universe Today’s Fraser Cain, and astronomers Pamela Gay and Nicole Gugliucci, and spent some time just enjoying all the awesome photos that were coming in.

For a look at some stunning photos from the eclipse from all over the world, check out this post on Universe Today.

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About Jason Major

Jason is a Rhode Island-based graphic designer, photographer, nature lover, space exploration fanatic, and coffee addict. In no particular order.

Posted on May 21, 2012, in sun, The Moon and tagged , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 3 Comments.

  1. Great Shot Jason 😉
    And idem for pics on “Universe Today”…
    Jeff Barani from Vence (France)

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