21 August Solar Eclipse Ground and Space Pics News: ESA (the European Space Agency) and NASA’s Solar and Heliospheric Observatory (SOHO) crediting officials for Innermost image: NASA/SDO; Ground-based eclipse image: Jay Pasachoff, Ron Dantowitz, Christian Lockwood and the Williams College Eclipse Expedition/NSF/National Geographic; Outer image: ESA/NASA/SOHO and others. Thus, just out of the curiosity, people want to know What time is the next total solar eclipse after 2017 or in 2024. While on the other hand, Elon Musk watched the solar eclipse through a Model S. Concluding the 21st August 2017 20:24 solar eclipse, NASA earlier today morning updated its official website with must watch images.
21 August Solar Eclipse Ground and Space Pics Out on www.nasa.gov
National Aeronautics and Space Administration officials disclosed that lower part of the solar corona by ground-based telescopes can only be seen during the total solar eclipse and not in the normal phases. Here’s the image by NASA –
Covering headlines of almost all newspapers, NASA cleared many doubts earlier only for queries like when was the last solar eclipse and where can I see the solar eclipse 2017? Providing solutions as The longest total solar eclipse of the 21st century took place on July 22, 2009, and Watch solar eclipse on https://eclipse2017.nasa.gov/eclipse-maps. In last 99 years, that was such a colossal total solar eclipse from west to east coasts of the US. Astronauts from International Space Station (ISS) crossed the path of eclipse three times orbiting the United States at an altitude of 250 miles (402km).
The governmental space agency, NASA alerted the people throughout the spheroid not to watch out the eclipse without possessing protective eye wears. Reprinting number of images, BBC regarding this updated that ‘Most people developed to heed this advice, though what some placed over their eyes may not have done much to preserve them.’ A ground-based image of the total solar eclipse on Aug. 21, 2017 (grey, middle ring), is superimposed over an image of the Sun’s atmosphere, called Corona