Although we were not privy to the recent solar eclipse that took place beneath our horizon, there is a litany of exciting images from all over the world we have collected.
A major hurricane.— Dakota Smith (@weatherdak) July 2, 2019
A total solar eclipse.
Earth is breathtaking. pic.twitter.com/U1rnfvczUt
The above post captured the eclipse passing over Hurricane Barbara, which on Tuesday morning was officially declared a Category 4 storm, with winds up to 210 kilometres per hour.
The eclipse moved across the coast of Chile and Argentina, treating residents to what for many is a once-in-a-lifetime sight. The eclipse as seen from the European Space Agency's La Silla Observatory in Chile.
Not too often you catch a Category 4 hurricane and a solar eclipse occurring in the same satellite loop. pic.twitter.com/eFze8Z3avp— NWS Kansas City (@NWSKansasCity) July 2, 2019
For a heads up on eclipses, check out NASA's eclipse website for a timetable of future eclipses.
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