Yesterday, skygazers around the world were treated to a hybrid eclipse – a phenomenon so rare, just seven of the 21st Century's 224 eclipses will meet the part-annular-part-total criteria. Photos and videos of the event have been spilling in from around the world since yesterday morning. Here are a few of our…
This morning's hybrid solar eclipse was stunning. But, depending on where you are in the world, you may not have been able to see it at all: cloud cover may have messed with visibility or you might only have had a partial view. So, for anyone who missed it, this is what the eclipse looked like from Kenya.
The last solar eclipse of the year is happening on Sunday, and it's a weird one. Here's where, when, and how to catch Sunday's rare hybrid solar eclipse.