I was up with the sun this morning but apparently not early enough to catch the solar eclipse. Luckily, many others were able to capture a spectacular sky and share on social media.
Check out this shot taken in Quincy:
This morning’s partial solar eclipse is seen from Marblehead. The new moon called “Strawberry Moon," is passing between the Earth & sun at sunrise, peaking at 5:33 and ending at 6:32. These photos were taken with an eye-safe filter at just after 5:30.📸@pictureboston pic.twitter.com/DolYD4cVlJ— NBC10 Boston (@NBC10Boston) June 10, 2021
Skywatchers were treated to a #RingofFire #SolarEclipse and #PartialSolarEclipse this morning. 🌙 Didn't catch it? Check out these stunning photos: https://t.co/ZRW6SW9FLH— USA TODAY (@USATODAY) June 10, 2021
(📸NASA, Getty Images, AP, AFP, the Canadian Press) pic.twitter.com/gENCuFE8gZ