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April 28, 2024

Sequence of images showing solar eclipse from beginning to totality to completion

A sequence of images showing the April 8, 2024, solar eclipse from beginning to totality to completion as viewed from Dallas, Texas.

Learn about NSF-supported research that took place leading up to and during the April 8 solar eclipse in the "Science Matters" story "Exploring the science of the sun during the eclipse." Or watch the educational eclipse livestream, "The Science of a Total Solar Eclipse," produced by NSF in collaboration with the NSF National Solar Observatory and featuring the NSF Daniel K. Inouye Solar Telescope and several NSO scientists. Or view more eclipse images in the 2024 Solar Eclipse portal. (Date of image: April 8, 2024; date originally posted to NSF Multimedia Gallery: April 26, 2024)

Credit: Charlotte Geary/NSF

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