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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