"I felt lucky to view and capture the eclipse this afternoon due to continuous partial cloud cover," photographer CJ Armitage says after snapping a spectacular view of the eclipsed setting sun.
Tuesday's eclipse of the sun was the first of two solar eclipses of 2014, with the second event occurring on Oct. 23. The October event will be visible primarily from Canada and the United States. The next moon eclipse will be a total lunar eclipse on Oct. 8th!
"First Solar Eclipse of 2014 Thrills Skywatchers in Australia (Photos)."
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