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Images depicting how sunlight interacts with forests, fields, and clouds reveal the sun's beauty, while others present rare views of full and partial eclipses and auroras.
As the eclipse path stretches through central Austria and Hungary, the umbra narrowly misses Vienna and Budapest, both of which experience partial eclipses similar to Paris.
Since there are two such points, partial eclipses take place during two seasons of around 37 days every six months or so - a fact recognised as long ago as 747BC by the Chaldeans of South Babylonia.