May 26, 2022

Reference: Roundup of Several Sources of Total Solar Eclipse Imagery and Videos From NASA and NOAA

We plan to add more collections of images and video to this page as they become available. Make sure to check back.

1. NASA Eclipse and Transit Materials Homepage


Image of the Moon transiting across the Sun, taken by SDO in 171 angstrom extreme ultraviolet light on Aug. 21, 2017. Credit: NASA/SDO

2. 2017 Total Solar Eclipse Across America (via NOAA)
Animated and static satellite imagery.

3. Solar Spectacular ||| Direct to Image Gallery (via European Space Agency)


The total solar eclipse seen from Casper, Wyoming (US), by a team of ESA astronomers. The image shows the moment of totality, when the Moon passed directly in front of the Sun, blocking its light and revealing the details of the Sun’s atmosphere, its corona. (Credit: European Space Agency)

4. NASA Total Solar Eclipse 2017 Flickr Gallary

5. Satellite Images of Solar Eclipse (via NASA)
More to Come

6. Eclipse Shadow Darkens the USA (via NASA Earth Observatory)

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