March 12, 2013 By News Staff
The latest transmissions from NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO), which took off in 2010 for its five-year mission to observe solar activity, shows the sun partially blocked from view by the Earth -- and the moon.
Such solar eclipses will be regular occurences for the next three weeks, cnet.com reported, when the Earth blocks the SDO's view of the sun for a period of time each day.
The photo above was taken on Monday, March 11, and shows the moon crossing in front of the sun.
Photo courtesy of NASA/SDO
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