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Solar eclipse info and photos from the 2017 solar eclipse in NH. Photos of the 2017 solar eclipse taken in Barnstead New Hampshire.
The 2017 Solar Eclipse in New Hampshire peaked on Monday August 21, 2017 at approximately 2:45pm. It was a hot, humid summer afternoon with hazy skies and light winds. Visibility wasn’t perfect for viewing the solar eclipse here in New Hampshire due to the hazy skies and partial cloud cover but the sun and the moon still gave some viewers a show as the moon passed in between Earth and the Sun for an eclipse of approximately 62% totality.
Did you miss the 2017 solar eclipse?
Yes, but don’t feel bad about it! Unfortunately if you were viewing the solar eclipse by using a camera and taking photos and looking at the photos, or didn’t make a special instrument to view the eclipse you wouldn’t have noticed much, if anything, anyway. It appeared as if a cloud was in front of the sun. In fact it was a bit cloudy in spots so the clouds covering the sun on and off made it hard to distinguish anything was going on at all.
The photos below were taken using a normal cell phone camera of the 2017 solar eclipse. You will quickly notice they just look like plain photos of the sun. See you didn’t miss much unless you had the right equipment!
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