THIS is a solar obscure from space, and as we can suppose it’s each bit as considerable as we were hoping. It’s a overwhelming image, with a Sun’s flares lashing out around a jet black shade of a Moon.
The time-lapse images were prisoner by a European Space Agency’s Proba-2 satellite that is now orbiting a Earth.
Hot off a press from orbit: Europe’s #solareclipse seen by Proba-2 https://t.co/Gv5MviBn0a pic.twitter.com/5v02uKwEL0
— ESA Science (@esascience) Mar 20, 2015
Proba-2 is indeed one of ESA’s low-cost satellites, weighing in during only 130kg it was designed to be a testbed for new low-cost space technologies.
Many of us down on Earth were left unhappy by a solar obscure after complicated cloud coverage upheld over vast swathes of a United Kingdom.
That didn’t stop thousands from holding to a streets to try and locate a glance of a singular materialisation that won’t lapse to UK shores until 2026, and afterwards entirely in 2090.
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