Small patio umbrella in the sky: a solar flare that causes a solar eclipse.
It’s not the first time we’ve seen the sun eclipse with a giant umbrella, but this one is unique.
The solar flare in question is from the sun’s corona, and it caused a partial solar eclipse over a large swath of the country on July 21, 2017.
Solar flares can cause powerful storms that produce huge amounts of energy.
It could even be possible that the flare was caused by the sun exploding, creating a large cloud of particles that can produce a partial eclipse.
The image above shows the sun passing behind an inverted umbrella in space on July 11, 2017, as seen from Cape Canaveral, Florida.
It appears that the solar flare was produced when the corona of the sun exploded, creating the shadow that formed the eclipse shadow.
But how big was it?
The Sun’s coronal mass ejection (CME) is a series of explosions that occur when massive amounts of material from the solar wind is ejected from the Earth’s outer layers.
When CMEs hit Earth, the particles collide with atoms in the Earth and the sun, and these collide produce an intense magnetic field.
The corona also gets pushed outward, causing it to expand.
As the coronal matter travels around the sun and eventually hits the Earth, it pushes up against the Earth.
This causes the sun to grow bigger and bigger until it is almost entirely covered by the atmosphere.
This is what happens when the solar corona expands.
When the sun gets too big, it can cause the Earth to be destroyed.
When a coronal cloud of material gets too close to the sun it can create a super-earth, a sphere that extends outward from the planet.
The sun’s orbit around the Earth is called its orbit of the Sun.
The eclipse of July 21 was visible over a wide swath of North America, including parts of the Rocky Mountains, the Gulf of Mexico, and the Canadian provinces of Alberta, Saskatchewan, and Manitoba.
The total solar eclipse was visible across much of southern Florida, the Southeast, and parts of North Carolina.
The partial solar total eclipse was also visible in many parts of South Africa and parts in the Caribbean.
It was visible in the eastern United States from Georgia to New York, and in California from Los Angeles to San Francisco.
This partial eclipse was not the largest ever seen.
In 2017, a total solar eclipses were recorded over nearly 7 million square miles (20 million square kilometers), or about 10 percent of the planet’s surface.
But the total eclipse of 2017 was the largest solar eclipse to ever be recorded.
It lasted for just over one minute and 40 seconds.
Solar eclipses aren’t always spectacular events.
It depends on how the sun is positioned, how the coronas are moving, and how much energy is released during the event.
There are several ways to observe an eclipse.
One of the best ways to see the eclipse is by watching the sun set and a few minutes later when the moon rises, but that’s not always possible.
Sometimes the eclipse can happen very quickly.
This happens when a solar coronal corona is traveling at high speed and then starts to break apart.
This also happens when coronal particles interact with each other and the Earths atmosphere.
But it’s important to remember that the coronic particles can actually move around inside the coro, which is a tube that is the solar sail that carries the sun around.
If the sun has just started to get really big, the solar sails will start to separate and the coronsal particles won’t get too close.
This can cause some parts of Earth’s atmosphere to start to leak into space.
The next time a solar eclipsed planet appears in the skies, we’ll likely see a new type of solar eclipse, which can be seen from a telescope.