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Stunning 4K video of the solar eclipse has been recorded by satellite

Stunning 4K video of the solar eclipse has been recorded by satellite

April 16, 2024 – 10:30 pm

On April 8, people living in Mexico and the United States (more precisely, within a radius of about 200 kilometers within the two countries) were able to observe a total solar eclipse. Here on Earth, a person over whom the moon's shadow passed could enjoy the view for about four and a half minutes, but the same view was even more amazing from space, where the phenomenon could be observed for more than three hours. NASA also released a short video taken by astronauts on the International Space Station:

Shortly after, Elon Musk came forward with a similar message, recorded by satellite internet services company Starlink:

Finally came the British startup called Sen, which specializes directly in high-resolution, high-quality satellite videos with its only satellite. There's no doubt that their video is the most beautiful ever, and the resolution can be increased up to 4K:

Europe will then witness a total solar eclipse in the summer of 2026, in the northern part of the Iberian Peninsula, and then the next one in 2027, in the southernmost tip of Spain and Gibraltar. In Hungary, the next event is only scheduled for 2081.


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