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Sun spots are visible as the moon moves into full eclipse position. Unlike in a total solar eclipse, the moon in an annular eclipse appears too small to cover the sun completely, leaving a 'ring of fire' effect

NASA Photo of the Solar Eclipse

All About Astronomy. That enduring passion is one of the many reasons that astronomy has maintained its popularity

Esta fué la primera imagen tomada de la tierra desde el espacio. En la Navidad de 1968 el Apollo 8 se encontraba orbitando la Luna. Fué la primera nave en hacerlo. Su tripulación, Frank Borman, James A. Lovell, Jr. y William A. Anders tenían como misión fotografiar la superficie de la luna. Tomaron fotos, investigaron futuros posibles lugares de aterrizaje, y hasta en la Nochebuena leyeron el Génesis para los telespectadores de la Tierra. Pero algo les llamó mucho más su atención. Una vez de…

Imagenes que hicieron historia

"Earthrise" is the name given to NASA image the "first jaw-dropping picture of Earth from outer space." It was taken on this day in 1968 by astronaut William Anders during the Apollo 8 mission, the first manned voyage to orbit the Moon.

the distant Moon taken from a spacecraft orbiting the Earth. Look how much difference the atmosphere makes, blurring the wall of the Earth compared to the sharp outline of the Moon in the other photo

Earth with its beautiful moon. I always wonder, why most languages don't have a name for the moon. All other moons in our solar system have names. Greeks however have a name for the moon: Selene.

Solar Eclipse

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Blood moon

Blood Moon Prophecy and the Coming Blood Moons 2014 & "The sun shall be turned to darkness, and the moon into blood, before the great and terrible day of The Lord come.

A total solar eclipse of a different type: this view was created when the Earth moved directly between the Sun and the Apollo 12 spacecraft on Nov. 24, 1969. The photograph was taken with a 16mm motion picture camera. (NASA)

A total solar eclipse of a different type: this view was created when the Earth moved directly between the Sun and the Apollo 12 spacecraft on Nov. The photograph was taken with a motion picture camera.

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