Our buddy Cory Poole made this beautiful time-lapse of yesterday’s eclipse!

It’s made of 700 photos shot through a Coronado Solar Max 60 Double Stacked Hydrogen Alpha Solar Telescope — a fancy name for a solar telescope with a filter that lets you view the light from hydrogen atoms.

Time-Lapse of the Annular Eclipse Made from 700 Photos

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    Awesome… It was definitely an experience to see in real life. I enjoyed every minute of it in my backyard.