|Most photographs don't adequately portray the magnificence of the
corona first-hand during a total
solar eclipse is best.
can adapt to see features and extent that
photographic film usually cannot.
Welcome, however, to the
above picture is a combination of thirty-three photographs that
were digitally processed to highlight faint features of a total eclipse that occurred in March of 2006.
The images of the
Sun's corona were digitally altered to enhance dim,
outlying waves and filaments.
Shadow seekers need not fret, though, since as
yet there is no way that digital image processing can
mimic the fun involved in
experiencing a total solar eclipse.
Last week, a spectacular total
solar eclipse occurred over southern Asia, while the
The next total solar eclipse will be
visible from the
South Pacific on 2010 July 11.
Credit & Copyright:
Koen van Gorp