Gorgeous (and terrifying) photos of the last solar eclipse of 2022

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On Tuesday (October 25), the moon’s shadow appeared to creep over the face of the sun during the last solar eclipse of 2022.

Although the eclipse was only partial, with most viewers seeing between 40% and 60% of the sun’s surface covered by the moon at the peak of the eclipse, the event nonetheless attracted the attention of sky watchers with cameras, telescopes and paper stars eclipses around the world. The eclipse was visible from much of Europe, North Africa, the Middle East and western parts of Asia, starting in the UK at around 10am BST (9:00am UTC).

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