Last Night’s Solar Eclipse in a 60-Second, 700-Picture Timelapse Video




If you missed the big solar eclipse and its strange shadows last night, not to worry. Cory Poole, a science teacher in Redding, California, has you covered. Above, you’ll find his video that brings together 700 images (view them individually in high res here) into a 60 second time-lapse film. The images were viewed/taken through a Coronado Solar Max 60 Double Stacked Hydrogen Alpha Solar Telescope. The music was composed in Abelton Live. Find courses on Astronomy in our collection of Free Online Courses. via Gizmodo

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