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2017 Total Solar Eclipse, 





    
        

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2017 Total Solar Eclipse

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Imaging telescope or lens:Canon 70-300mm L IS

Imaging camera:Canon EOS 60D

Software:Adobe Photoship CC 2015.5

Resolution: 5184x3456

Locations: Path of Totality, Central, SC, United States

Description

Nearing the end of totality the first rays of the reemerging Sun can be seen during the 2017 total solar eclipse. This image was taken with a 300mm lens from Central, South Carolina at a location in the center of the path of totality.

Featured on NASA's Astronomy Picture of the Day

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2017 Total Solar Eclipse, 





    
        

            ashley