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Photo – Amazing picture from the annular eclipse taken on May 21, 2012, Japan. Sun as a crescent moon. Moon as a perfect circle sun. And a jet plane crossing both worlds in counter black/white contrast [by “Ryu Gu” @ryuki_guilty15 (pic link) via/RT @caranha  unbelievable shot of a plane flying by the #eclipse in Japan (via Twitter)].

Moon moves (here almost at the end) after a full eclipse position reaching annularity during the first annular eclipse seen in the U.S. and Mexico since 1994 on May 20, 2012. Differing from a total solar eclipse, the moon in an annular eclipse appears too small to cover the sun completely, leaving a ring of fire effect around the moon. The eclipse is casting a shallow path crossing the West from west Texas to Oregon then arcing across the northern Pacific Ocean to Shangai and  Tokyo, Japan (May 21, 2012). The whole effect endured about 5 minutes. (more photos here).

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