You can watch the solar eclipse in a beautiful time-lapse captured by Slooh and Weathernews Japan. The eclipse wasn’t a total eclipse, where the moon would block out the entire sun, but rather an annular eclipse, which leaves a lovely ‘ring of fire’ visible to observers.
This was 2016’s last solar eclipse, but 2017 is going to bring some very exciting solar eclipse news. Almost a year from now, on August 21, 2017, a total solar eclipse will travel across the United States.
In the meantime, enjoy the time-lapse from today’s event: