This is a screen shot of the Ring of Fire solar eclipse that happened today seen over Coyhaique, Chile.
After an almost five-year journey to the solar system’s largest planet, NASA’s Juno spacecraft successfully entered Jupiter’s orbit during a 35-minute engine burn.
A conjunction between Venus and Saturn in the SE sky shot from my front yard. The star Antares is below and slightly to the right. I did some toning in Photoshop to brighten the stars, but they’re still hard to see at this size.
by Nancy Atkinson – March 24, 2015
What does a solar eclipse look like from a fast-flying Falcon 7X jet at 14,000 meters (48,000 feet)? French journalist Guillaume Cannat described the Sun as looking black and “ruffled.” See the rest at Universe Today.