Proba-2 catches solar eclipse
ESA’s space weather microsatellite Proba-2 observed the solar eclipse on the evening of 20 May 2012. It passed through the Moon’s shadow a total of four times, imaging a sequence of partial solar eclipses in the process. The first contact was made on Sunday May 20 at 21:09 GMT. The last contact finished at 03:04 GMT.
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Proba-2 sees three partial solar eclipses
What is… an eclipse?
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What is the blur that occures in a few pictures?
Motion blur… or a passing cloaked 'Bird of Prey',…
I laugehd hardly at your comment dear sir 😉
Telescope is moving maybe?
I dont think conspiracy theorists watch ESA channel :))