A large apparent lunar size didn’t prevent a great show of prominences in the Arctic total eclipse

Location of photo
Longyearbyen, Svalbard Norway. 78 degrees Latitude
Date/Time of photo
March 20 11am
Canon 70d with Canon 400mm f2.8 on an Astrotrac mount
Solar activity was strong enough to send prominences well beyond the limb of the moon during the total eclipse seen in Svalbard Norway.
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