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Photographer James Currie captured this view of the sunrise partial solar eclipse over Norfolk, Va., on Nov. 3, 2013 during a rare hybrid solar eclipse. 'This was the first time I got to see a solar eclipse!' Currie told SPACE.com.

Photographer Mohamed Attef of Alexandria, Egypt, sent in a photo of the hybrid solar eclipse of Nov. 3, 2013.

Photographer Nafe Alamri sent in a photo of the hybrid eclipse taken from Al Qunfudhah, Saudi Arabia, at 5:29 pm local time on Nov. 3, 2013.

Amazing Night Sky Photos by Stargazers: November 2013 (Gallery)

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The Eastern Seaboard can see a partial solar eclipse at sunrise on November 3, 2013. Percentages show fraction of Sun’s area covered by the Moon. credit: Sky & Telescope illustration / source: Stellarium

Animation of 2013 November 3 solar eclipse. The large gray circle shows the area of the partial solar eclipse. The very small dark dot in the middle depicts the path of the total solar eclipse.

The eclipse on November 3, 2013, begins as an annular event (far-left end of green line) but quickly becomes a total solar eclipse as the moon’s umbra crosses the Atlantic Ocean and central Africa. credit: Sky & Telescope illustration / source: F. Espenak

When the Moon passes directly between the Sun and Earth, its umbra (shadow cone) reaches Earth’s surface and thus completely covers the Sun. The result is a total solar eclipse. But when the Moon is slightly farther from Earth, its disk appears to small to block the entire Sun, and an annular (or ring) eclipse results. credit: Sky & Telescope

Astrophotographer Jay Pasachoff sent in this photo on May 10, 2013 capturing the annular solar eclipse at the moment of the "ring of fire.” He took the image from a site 43 miles (70 km) north of Tennant Creek, Northern Territories, Australia.

'Ring of Fire' Solar Eclipse of May 2013: Photos and Maps

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Astrophotographer Jay Pasachoff sent in this photo of the annular solar eclipse on May 10, 2013. He took the image from a site 43 miles (70 km) north of Tennant Creek, Northern Territories, Australia using a Nikon D600 FX and a 4000-mm Nikkor lens with a Thousand Oaks Optical filter.

'Ring of Fire' Solar Eclipse of May 2013: Photos and Maps

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My favourite photographs of yesterdays annular eclipse. Yesterday, parts of Australia were treated to a spectacular "ring of fire" annular eclipse. Unfortunately, us Northerners didn't get to see anything at all - so hopefully these amazing photographs will console you.https://www.facebook.com/IFeakingLoveScience

Ring of Fire solar eclipse puts on a dazzling show in Australian Outback - Science

Ring of Fire solar eclipse puts on a dazzling show in Australian Outback - Science

Ring of Fire solar eclipse puts on a dazzling show in Australian Outback - Science

Astrophotographer Jay Pasachoff sent in this photo on May 10, 2013 capturing the annular solar eclipse at the moment of the "ring of fire.” He took the image from a site 43 miles (70 km) north of Tennant Creek, Northern Territories, Australia.

Partial Solar Eclipse May 2013 - Taken by Joseph Mina on May 9, 2013 @ Photographed from Energy Lab on Hawaii Islands west coast. Thin cloud layer added depth to the Suns view. Image taken at maximum eclipse when Sun was approximately 40% covered. Source: Spaceweather.com

RING OF FIRE SOLAR ECLIPSE: As the sun rose over Australia on Friday morning, May 10th, the solar disk turned into a ring of fire. The day began with an annular solar eclipse. Nicole Hollenbeck took the picture from inside the narrow path of annularity about 70km south of Newman, Australia. At the time, more than 95% of the suns diameter was covered by the Moon. Credit: Spaceweather.com / Nicole Hollenbeck

Guide to the ‘Ring of Fire 2013′ – Annular Solar Eclipse - www.thesuntoday.o...

‘Ring of Fire 2013′ – Annular Solar Eclipse :: The Sun Today

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