NASA’s Satellite Captured Total Solar Eclipse from 1 Million Miles

NASA and NOA’s Deep Space Climate Observatory (DSCOVR) captured total solar eclipse that happened on March 9th. Namely, the satellite has taken the images of the Moon’s shadow that has traveled from Sumatra, Indonesia, across the Pacific Ocean and ended in Hawaii.

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