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pipnina

Caught the eclipse from the UK

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Heard we would be getting a tiny bit of the eclipse earlier. Happened to look out the window as it was happening and noticed the dent (Obviously I looked for like 0.1 seconds, after that it was camera view screen viewing. Naughty me...)

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Great catch!!!

Solid $$%$%%$$$ cloud here in Beds! Grrrr....

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Excellent. I wonder if many others have got it from the UK? :) 

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Well done. I had my scope set up ready in an upstairs bedroom to try to catch it,  it alas clouds decided that it was not to be. Well done! :) 

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Fantastic - well done. So pleased that someone saw it from the UK :D

I was out looking, but like Daz - 100% solid cloud. You could say that I saw the whole Sun 100% eclipsed.... I wouldn't be completely inaccurate! lol 

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That's great didn't realise we could see somthing from here even a "nibble"?

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Must be a rarity from the UK. Nice one!

100% cloud here too.

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Love it!

Sunset adds another dimension to eclipses, even shallow partial eclipses. 

I'd really been hoping to see it myself, having an excellent seward western horizon. The clouds said "no" :(

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Cloud here plus trees and rising ground to the W & NW.  I the east of Devon too.

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Nice one, it would be a good photo even without the eclipse.

I didn't think the 'nibble' would be even as big as that!

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I'm on holiday In Cornwall near Looe and had good conditions and a great view. Here's a laptop screen shot. Picture taken with dslr and 200mm zoom lens with self made solar film filter.

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Was mostly ⛅ here but I'm convinced that I experienced a slight dimming of the ambient light levels which then increased. Probably just my imagination. 

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12 hours ago, pipnina said:

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Heard we would be getting a tiny bit of the eclipse earlier. Happened to look out the window as it was happening and noticed the dent (Obviously I looked for like 0.1 seconds, after that it was camera view screen viewing. Naughty me...)

Lovely picture. What time was it?

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