Black Moon Solar Eclipse Looks Worldwide in Stunning Pictures

A rare solar eclipse on Saturday (April 30) stunned viewers across Antarctica, the southern tip of South America, the Pacific Ocean, and the Atlantic Ocean.

While most of the event took place in remote areas, live cameras on the ground and satellites in space allowed people around the world to watch the moon block out up to 64% of the sun. The eclipse occurred during the black moon, the second new moon in a month.

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