Did You Miss The Solar Eclipse? Don’t Worry, We’ve Got You Covered

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Solar eclipse 2015 amazed some, disappointed others but kept everyone occupied in Europe.

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A select few parts of Europe experienced total solar eclipse on Friday as the moon moved between the sun and Earth, completely blocking the sun for minutes.

While a partial solar eclipse was reported in several regions, complete darkness in daytime happened only in Faroe Islands and Norway's island cluster of Svalbard.

To catch a clearer view of this rare celestial event, a BBC reporter boarded a star gazing plane and snapped this picture:

A partial solar eclipse is seen through clouds in Sofia, Bulgaria.

A total solar eclipse is seen in Longyearbyen on Svalbard.

 

Even some football stars joined in on the fun:

Of course, those who couldn't catch a complete solar eclipse were left disappointed:

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