What does this photo taken from the ISS show?
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Shadow of the moon.
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Taken 29 Mar. 2006, shadow of the moon during a total solar eclipse.
Shadow of the Moon falling on Earth during a total solar eclipse. The Mediterranean Sea and the coast of Turkey can be seen.
a total solar eclipse
Total solar eclipse
A solar eclipse.
Or, I can be pedantic and say – shadow of the moon.
A Solar eclipse?
Total solar eclipse in march 2006
The out-of-focus thingy we (don’t) see there – it’s actually space time. This pic shows that space-time curves.
Giant Shadowsu + Don’t eat fooddu => Total Eclipsu of the Sunnu.
Was thinking that this is either a) the newly discovered algal bloom over the arctic or b) maybe an eclipse occuring, when the title gave away that it’s the latter.
This was taken during the solar eclipse on March 29, 2006.
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