This how Sunday’s solar eclipse would look from space
Along with landing rovers on Mars using flying cranes and stuff, apparently NASA also makes awesome gifs. This one shows roughly what Earth would look like from orbit over western Africa during Sunday’s solar eclipse. Which will also be visible from the North America’s eastern coast! From 6:38 a.m. to 7:10 a.m., which in fact, because of the end of Daylight Savings Time, will feel like 7:38 a.m. until 8:10 a.m. Which isn’t that early at all, so you can totally go see it. Anyway, eclipses come in families called saros. This eclipse’s saros started on March 7, 1617 and will continue until April 23, 2897. Click â€œKnow Moreâ€ to know more.