Most of the world missed out on Tuesday’s solar eclipse, but a European satellite took full advantage of its ringside seat. The European Space Agency’s Proba-2 spacecraft captured video of the partial solar eclipse Tuesday (April 29), which was visible on Earth primarily from Australia and Indonesia. The second one, also a partial solar eclipse, will take place on Oct. 23 and will be visible from most of the United States and Canada. Proba-2 is the second spacecraft in the European Space Agency’s PRoject for OnBoard Autonomy line of satellites.
European Satellite Sees Solar Eclipse from Space (Video)
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