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How a solar eclipse looks


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frantique

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The pic is amazing! Also check out the link to the video - it happens really fast, so you may have to play it a few times. Awesome shots.

http://www.smh.com.a...3722426351.html
(Source: Sydney Morning Herald)
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Fenor

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That is really cool frantique! It's amazing that a mass as unstable as the Sun hasn't exploded yet! :whistling:

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It's amazing that a mass as unstable as the Sun hasn't exploded yet! :blink:

You know I say the same kind of comment about MS, lol :whistling:
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What's really cool is noticing how much the sun spins in that time, if it wasn't so small I'd like to see how long that entire scene actually took... :whistling:
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