SOLAR ECLIPSE STOCK PHOTOS
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Stock Photo # E001
Location: near Khorat, Thailand
Date: October, 24th 1995
Comments:
During a total solar eclipse, there is a " diamond ring " effect, when the last ray of Sun shines thru a valley on the Moon's limb. The same occurs again at the end of the total eclipse phase, with the first ray of Sun appearing in a valley of the Moon's limb. This is the diamond ring at the end of totality.
Stock Photo # E002
Location: South Ecuador, City of Macara
Date: April 29th, 1995
Comments:
Annular solar eclipse just ended. Double exposure with the church of Macara
Stock Photo # E003
Location: Ecuador
Date: April 29th, 1995
Comments:
Deep partial solar eclipse (shortly before being annular, not total), through clouds, and a bird flew in front ( a swallow ?)
Stock Photo # E004
Location: near Khorat, Thailand
Date: October, 24th 1995


Stock Photo # E005
Location: South Ecuador, City of Macara
Date: April 29th 1995
Comments:
The annular solar eclipse, also called ring eclipse , occurs when the moon's disk goes in front of the Sun but does not cover all of the Sun's disk. The apparent sizes of both the Sun and the Moon are changing because the distance
is not always the same as there is no perfect ring orbit but rather elipses. Therefore sometimes we get a ring eclipse and sometimes a total eclipse.
Stock Photo # E006
Location: South Australia
Date: December 4th 2002
Comments:
Shortly after the total solar eclipse, The Sun was still partially eclipsed during sunset
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