• This Photo of a Total Solar Eclipse was Taken from Antarctica

    1 month ago - By Peta Pixel

    On December 4, a total solar eclipse was only visible from Antarctica, which is where Theo Boris and Christian A. Lockwood were positioned to photograph it and live stream the event for NASA.
    Boris and Lockwood are members of the JM Pasachoff Antarctic Expedition who successfully transmitted a live feed of the total solar eclipse for the world to see, as it was only visible to those in Antarctica. The stream was provided to NASA , who distributed it globally for free on YouTube.
    The full event took place for just over two hours, from 1:30 AM EST to 3:37 AM EST. Totality was visible at 2:44...
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