Millions watched the annular eclipse that swept across the Earth from eastern Asia to the Western U.S. Were you one of them?
The annual eclipse, characterized by a ring of fire, was visible between 5:16 and 7:40 p.m. Sunday, May 20th. The ring of fire is the result of the moon covering all but a bright ring around the circumference of the sun.
To avoid serious , individuals were encouraged to follow the progression of the moon's path through a handmade pinhole projector.
A few Facebook users shared these images of the eclipse, taken from their backyards.
Did you capture any photos of the eclipse, or make a pinhole projector to view it? Share your photos by uploading them to this post.
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