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| Human World | Space on Nov 02, 2013

Watch the November 3 total solar eclipse online

Relatively few people got to see the totality – when moon covered the sun completely – in the solar eclipse of Sunday, November 3. But there were many, many beautiful photos.

Animation of November 3 solar eclipse

Animation of 2013 November 3 solar eclipse. The large gray circle shows the area of the partial solar eclipse. The very small dark dot in the middle depicts the path of the total solar eclipse.

Only a relatively few people were able to experience the total solar eclipse of Sunday, November 3, 2013, which was most visible from Africa. Many more watched online. Slooh.com ran live coverage of the event. Visit Slooh here.

Earlier Slooh had posted an embeddable video of the live event, but that has now been disabled.

However, there were many fantastic photos of this event! See photos from November 3, 2013 solar eclipse here.

Bottom line: The solar eclipse of Sunday, November 3, 2013 resulted in many wonderful photos. View photos here.

Want more about the eclipse? Click here for more info, charts, maps

Click here for more information about Sunday’s eclipse as seen from Africa.