People in a small swath of Europe were treated to a total solar eclipse early Friday morning as the moon aligned to fully block the sun from their vantage point on Earth.
The European Space Agency published images of the eclipse recorded by a small Proba-2 satellite.
Americans haven’t seen a total solar eclipse since 1979, and certain states will see the next one on Aug. 21, 2017.
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