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Eclipse Diamond Ring - Stock Image

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The diamond ring effect is a feature of total solar eclipses. Just before the sun disappears or just after it emerges from behind the moon, the rugged lunar limb topography allows beads of sunlight to shine through.

A total solar eclipse showing showing the corona. The red patched are solar flares and a natural phenomenon called Baily's Beads {caused by light shining through valleys on the moon's surface}

This is an unfiltered natural photograph of the 1999 eclipse as it happened.

A total eclipse occurs when the Sun is completely obscured by the Moon. The intensely bright disk of the Sun is replaced by the dark silhouette of the Moon, and the much fainter corona is visible.
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