Solar Prominences During the Great American Eclipse

Location of photo
Casper, Wyoming
Date/Time of photo
August 21, 2017 at 11:43 AM
Telescope: Explore Scientific FCD 100 127mm APO Refractor Camera: Pentax K1 Exposure: ISO 200, 1/800 sec.
Just seconds before the end of totality, a beatiful arc of solar prominences appears over the moon's limb. This photo captured that stunning moment.
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