Satellite Image Captures a Total Solar Eclipse and a Hurricane in One Awesome Shot

Live Science | 7/3/2019 | Staff
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Here's something you don't see every day.

A gorgeous satellite photo shows the moon's dark, ragged shadow barreling across the Pacific Ocean, just south of Hurricane Barbara's churning clouds, during today's total solar eclipse.

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That shadow reached the Chilean coast around 4:40 p.m. EDT (2040 GMT) today (July 2) and kept right on going, heading east across South America's narrow southern wedge toward the Atlantic.

The United States won't be treated to another total solar eclipse until April 2024. But that...
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