Partial Solar Eclipse
This example of a partial solar eclipse (the most common type of solar eclipse) was the midpoint of the May 30, 1984 annular eclipse. The moon's shadow takes a bite out of one of the sun's magnetic storms--a sunspot larger than Earth itself.
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