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solar eclipse at midnight? It's not only possible, it actually happened last night. On June 1st, the new Moon passed in front of the midnight sun above the Arctic circle, producing a partial eclipse of exquisite beauty. Bernt Olsen photographed the event from Sommarøy, Tromsø, Norway:
"A rain shower threatened to spoil the show, but just before midnight the clouds parted and I got a fairly clear shot of the eclipse," says Olsen. "I'm glad I did, because we won't experience an eclipse like this again for 73 years."
Originally posted by AdamsMurmur
Yeah. If this were a thousand years ago we'd call it a horrible omen and believe the world was going to be destroyed soon.
I personally consider these shots absolutely incredible. Really breathtaking...
Originally posted by Seektruthalways1
Thats cool, wish I could see that withou all these dumb clouds around, thanks Geo Engineering!! ......