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"Totality: A Celestial Spectacle Uniting Earth and Sky" In the vast expanse of our universe, few phenomena captivate us like the awe-inspiring beauty of totality

Background imageTotality Collection: 2017 Total Solar Eclipse above Madras, Oregon

2017 Total Solar Eclipse above Madras, Oregon
A total solar eclipse is seen on Monday, August 21, 2017 above Madras, Oregon. A total solar eclipse swept across a narrow portion of the contiguous United States from Lincoln Beach

Background imageTotality Collection: 1919 solar eclipse

1919 solar eclipse. Image 2 of 3. This set of images, taken by the British astronomer Arthur Eddington (1882-1944), confirmed Einsteins theory of general relativity

Background imageTotality Collection: 1919 solar eclipse

1919 solar eclipse
^B1919 solar eclipse. Image 1 of 3.^b This set of images, taken by the British astronomer Arthur Eddington (1882-1944), confirmed Einsteins theory of general relativity

Background imageTotality Collection: 1919 solar eclipse

1919 solar eclipse
^B1919 solar eclipse. Image 3 of 3.^b This set of images, taken by the British astronomer Arthur Eddington (1882-1944), confirmed Einsteins theory of general relativity

Background imageTotality Collection: Diamond ring effect

Diamond ring effect seen during the total solar eclipse of 11th August 1999. This effect may be seen just before or after totality

Background imageTotality Collection: A total eclipse of the Sun as seen from being in Earths orbit

A total eclipse of the Sun as seen from being in Earths orbit

Background imageTotality Collection: Annular solar eclipse, artwork

Annular solar eclipse, artwork. An eclipse occurs when the Moon passes in front of the Sun. Here, the Moon is at a distant point in its orbit

Background imageTotality Collection: Total solar eclipse, 29 / 03 / 2006

Total solar eclipse, 29 / 03 / 2006
Total solar eclipse. Sequence of images of the sun during a total solar eclipse. The disc of the moon is seen moving over the disc of the sun

Background imageTotality Collection: Total solar eclipse, 1860

Total solar eclipse, 1860. Series of images of the Sun during the totality of a total solar eclipse. The disc of the Moon is covering the disc of the Sun so that only the Suns corona (atmosphere)

Background imageTotality Collection: Total Lunar Eclipse Super Blood Moon

Total Lunar Eclipse Super Blood Moon
Sequence of moon phases throughout the total lunar eclipse of the super blood moon May 26 2021

Background imageTotality Collection: The Eclipse Expedition to Norway (litho)

The Eclipse Expedition to Norway (litho)
1050896 The Eclipse Expedition to Norway (litho) by English School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: The Eclipse Expedition to Norway)

Background imageTotality Collection: Astronomers and crowds watching an eclipse of the Sun at Sfax, Tunisia (colour litho)

Astronomers and crowds watching an eclipse of the Sun at Sfax, Tunisia (colour litho)
3097523 Astronomers and crowds watching an eclipse of the Sun at Sfax, Tunisia (colour litho) by French School, (20th century); Private Collection; (add.info)

Background imageTotality Collection: Total eclipse 2017. Totality

Total eclipse 2017. Totality
The great North American total eclipse. This is the moment when the suns corona is visible at 100% totality, with huge plasma erupting on the suns surface

Background imageTotality Collection: Composite image of lunar eclipse

Composite image of lunar eclipse
August 28, 2007 - Composite image of Lunar Eclipse from Greens Lake, Victoria, Australia

Background imageTotality Collection: A composite showing the moon before the eclipse and during totality phase

A composite showing the moon before the eclipse and during totality phase
A composite image showing the moon before the eclipse and during totality phase

Background imageTotality Collection: Total eclipse of the Sun

Total eclipse of the Sun
Full moon passing in front of the Sun creating a total eclipse

Background imageTotality Collection: Total lunar eclipse with eclipse motion trail

Total lunar eclipse with eclipse motion trail
October 27, 2004 - Total lunar eclipse with eclipse motion trail, near Gleichen, Alberta, Canada

Background imageTotality Collection: A composite showing different stages of the 2010 solstice total moon eclipse

A composite showing different stages of the 2010 solstice total moon eclipse
A composite image showing different stages of the 2010 solstice total moon eclipse

Background imageTotality Collection: Total solar eclipse taken near Carberry, Manitoba, Canada

Total solar eclipse taken near Carberry, Manitoba, Canada
February 26, 1979 - Total solar eclipse taken near Carberry, Manitoba, Canada

Background imageTotality Collection: Illustration of the city lights on a dark Earth during a solar eclipse

Illustration of the city lights on a dark Earth during a solar eclipse
The perspective in this image is looking down on the Indian Ocean from an altitude of 25, 000 miles. On the Earths night side artificial lights clearly define the Mediterranean Sea, Red Sea

Background imageTotality Collection: The first diamond ring during the total eclipse of the Sun

The first diamond ring during the total eclipse of the Sun
November 14, 2012 - The first diamond ring during the total eclipse of the Sun, Queensland, Australia

Background imageTotality Collection: Progress of the International Space Station as it crosses the face of the moon

Progress of the International Space Station as it crosses the face of the moon
January 4, 2012 - Multiple images of the International Space Station flying over the Houston area have been combined into one composite image to show the progress of the station as it crossed

Background imageTotality Collection: Lunar eclipse taken on April 15, 2014

Lunar eclipse taken on April 15, 2014

Background imageTotality Collection: An artists depiction of a solar eclipse

An artists depiction of a solar eclipse. The moon obscures the sun with the suns corona still visible. Lens flares from light passing through the camera lens are also illustrated

Background imageTotality Collection: The second diamond ring during the total eclipse of the Sun

The second diamond ring during the total eclipse of the Sun
November 14, 2012 - The second diamond ring during the total eclipse of the Sun, Queensland, Australia

Background imageTotality Collection: Total solar eclipse

Total solar eclipse
March 29, 2006 - Total solar eclipse from Libya

Background imageTotality Collection: Composite image of lunar eclipse, Victoria, Australia

Composite image of lunar eclipse, Victoria, Australia

Background imageTotality Collection: Total lunar eclipse taken on December 10, 2011

Total lunar eclipse taken on December 10, 2011

Background imageTotality Collection: Digital composite of total lunar eclipse

Digital composite of total lunar eclipse
October 27, 2004 - Digital composite of total lunar eclipse taken from Alberta, Canada

Background imageTotality Collection: Total Solar Eclipse, 1851. Bue Island, Norway, 28 July 1951, the end of totality

Total Solar Eclipse, 1851. Bue Island, Norway, 28 July 1951, the end of totality, light just beginning to return. Edinburgh observatory sent an expedition to make observations of the eclipse

Background imageTotality Collection: Total solar eclipse sequence C016 / 6315

Total solar eclipse sequence C016 / 6315
Total solar eclipse sequence. Montage of images of the Sun being eclipsed by the Moon during a total solar eclipse. The sequence shows the path traced by the Moon and Sun in the sky

Background imageTotality Collection: 1860 solar eclipse observation, artwork

1860 solar eclipse observation, artwork
1860 solar eclipse observation. Drawing by British artist Joseph Bonomi the Younger (1796-1878) of the darkening of the sky during the total solar eclipse of 18 July 1860

Background imageTotality Collection: 1889 solar eclipse chart, USA

1889 solar eclipse chart, USA. Blueprint of the total solar eclipse track over California and Nevada, USA, on 1 January 1889. This chart was prepared by US astronomer Charles B

Background imageTotality Collection: Total eclipse of the Moon in December 1992

Total eclipse of the Moon in December 1992
Lunar eclipse. Time-lapse image of a total eclipse of the Moon, a phenomenon caused when the Moon enters the shadow cast by the Earth

Background imageTotality Collection: Total eclipse of the Moon in November 1993

Total eclipse of the Moon in November 1993
Lunar eclipse. Time-lapse image of a total eclipse of the Moon, a phenomenon caused when the Moon enters the shadow cast by the Earth

Background imageTotality Collection: Solar eclipse sequence

Solar eclipse sequence
Total solar eclipse. Sequence of images of the Sun during a total solar eclipse. Running from centre left to upper right, the sequence shows the disc of the Moon gradually moving over the disc of

Background imageTotality Collection: Total solar eclipse, outer corona

Total solar eclipse, outer corona
Total solar eclipse. Outer corona of the Sun, seen during a total solar eclipse. The corona is shaped by the Suns magnetic field, with the magnetic poles seen at upper right and lower left

Background imageTotality Collection: Composite time-lapse images of solar eclipses

Composite time-lapse images of solar eclipses
Solar eclipses. Composite time lapse images of a total solar eclipse (upper), a beaded eclipse (mi- ddle) & an annular eclipse (lower)

Background imageTotality Collection: Total solar eclipse, 29 / 03 / 2006

Total solar eclipse, 29 / 03 / 2006
Total solar eclipse. Sequence of five images of the sun during a total solar eclipse. The disc of the moon is seen moving over the disc of the sun

Background imageTotality Collection: Solar eclipse geometry

Solar eclipse geometry, artwork. Solar eclipses occur when the Moon passes across the Sun as seen from the Earth. The Moons shadow consists of a dark central umbra surrounded by the lighter penumbra

Background imageTotality Collection: Timelapse image of a total solar eclipse

Timelapse image of a total solar eclipse
Solar eclipse. Time-lapse image of a total solar eclipse. A total solar eclipse occurs when the Moon completely blocks the Suns disc causing darkness during the day

Background imageTotality Collection: Lunar eclipse, 28 / 08 / 2007

Lunar eclipse, 28 / 08 / 2007
Lunar eclipse. The Moon emerging from totality during a lunar eclipse. The bright area at left is full sunlight returning as the Moon passes out of the shadow of the Earth

Background imageTotality Collection: Total solar eclipse, 1851 artwork

Total solar eclipse, 1851 artwork
Total Solar Eclipse as viewed from Danzig, Baltic Sea, Germany on July 28th, 1851 at 15:18:20. The planets Venus, Merkury and Jupiter became visible during totaityl phase

Background imageTotality Collection: Total solar eclipse of 1882 and comet

Total solar eclipse of 1882 and comet. This total solar eclipse took place on 15 May 1882, and was visible from Egypt where observers saw a sungrazing comet (Kreutz Sungrazer)

Background imageTotality Collection: Total lunar eclipse, artwork

Total lunar eclipse, artwork
Total lunar eclipse, computer artwork. A lunar eclipse occurs as the Moon (far right) passes into the shadow of the Earth (centre), meaning that the light from the Sun (left) cannot reach it

Background imageTotality Collection: Total solar eclipse, from space

Total solar eclipse, from space
Total solar eclipse, seen from space. This image was taken on the morning of 1st August 2008 over the Arctic ocean. The area of totality is the black oval at left

Background imageTotality Collection: Total solar eclipse of 1842

Total solar eclipse of 1842
A Solar Eclipse in Austria on July 8th, 1842 which became well known by the description of writer Adalbert Stifter emotinal. The illustration was published in a Star Atlas in 1882

Background imageTotality Collection: Earth and solar eclipse

Earth and solar eclipse. Computer artwork of the Earth in space looking down on the Indian Ocean from an altitude of 25, 000 miles



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"Totality: A Celestial Spectacle Uniting Earth and Sky" In the vast expanse of our universe, few phenomena captivate us like the awe-inspiring beauty of totality. From the historic 1919 solar eclipse that confirmed Einstein's theory of general relativity to the mesmerizing Diamond Ring effect witnessed during celestial alignments, these moments remind us of our infinitesimal place in the cosmos. One such unforgettable event occurred during the 2017 Total Solar Eclipse above Madras, Oregon. As darkness enveloped the land, a breathtaking dance between Sun and Moon unfolded before our eyes. The sky transformed into an ethereal canvas as shimmering rays peeked through lunar valleys, creating a radiant Diamond Ring effect that left spectators spellbound. But totality extends beyond earthly boundaries; imagine being suspended in Earth's orbit and witnessing a total eclipse from space. Such an extraordinary vantage point would offer a unique perspective on this cosmic ballet unfolding below – an experience reserved for only a select few. Artists have long been inspired by these celestial wonders too. In captivating artwork depicting annular solar eclipses or recreating historical events like the 1860 Total Solar Eclipse, they bring to life both scientific marvels and artistic imagination intertwined under one magnificent spectacle. Yet not all eclipses are limited to their solar counterparts; even Luna herself occasionally steals center stage with her own captivating display. During rare occurrences like the Total Lunar Eclipse Super Blood Moon, she bathes in an otherworldly crimson hue—a sight that has fascinated cultures throughout history. The allure transcends time and borders alike. It beckons adventurers far and wide to embark on expeditions seeking its elusive embrace—like those who ventured forth on The Eclipse Expedition to Norway in pursuit of its mystical charm captured forever in lithographs. As we gaze upon these fleeting moments when light surrenders momentarily to shadow, we are reminded of nature's grandeur—the delicate balance that governs our existence.