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Fiery annular solar eclipse to be broadcast live on Internet

Most of Earth's inhabitants won't be able to directly watch the moon pass in front of the sun on Thursday -- leaving only a golden ring around its edges -- but anyone can catch the action online.

By May. 8, 2013

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Stunning annular eclipse footage

CNET cameraman Jared Kohler captures portions of the ring-of-fire phenomenon, the first annular eclipse in almost two decades, from outside his Moss Beach home in Northern California. The camera used to capture this footage is a Panasonic HDX900 professional broadcast camera shooting at 720 60p. The lens is a HD Fujinon TV zoom lens with 2x extender and the neutral density filter-wheel was set to ND 1/64. The iris controls were set to manual as the changes in cloud cover facilitated rapid f-stop adjustments.

May. 21, 2012

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Annular solar eclipse goes global, social

First annular eclipse in 18 years thrills millions in western U.S. and Southeast Asia and millions more who could only watch on social networks.

By May. 20, 2012

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When and how to photograph the annular solar eclipse

Take photos of the spectacular ring of fire this Sunday without harming your camera (or your vision).

By May. 18, 2012

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Look up! Sunday solar eclipse will be visible from East Coast

The last solar eclipse of 2013 will take place in the early hours of November 3, and look closest to full over Atlanta and Pittsburgh.

By Nov. 1, 2013

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Solar eclipse blazes a 'ring of fire' this weekend

For the first time in 18 years, millions of people can watch the moon pass in front of the sun, exposing a brilliant scorching halo for up to 4.5 minutes in an annular solar eclipse.

By May. 16, 2012

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How to track the solar eclipse this weekend

Want to check out the solar eclipse this weekend? We'll show you how to figure out if you'll be able to see it.

By May. 18, 2012

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iPhone stays No. 1 in Flickr popularity

Flickr highlights summer trends gleaned from its 7.2 billion uploaded photos, and the iPhone 4 is the most used camera -- again.

By Jun. 27, 2012

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Solar eclipse chasers: Snapping shots at 44,000 feet

Photographer Ben Cooper joined a crew aboard a flight from Bermuda to chase the rare hybrid solar eclipse as it sped across the Atlantic Ocean toward western Africa.

By Nov. 10, 2013

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Telescopic contact lenses could give superhero vision

Researchers develop a contact lens that acts like a telescope when used with a special pair of glasses, offering a potential new solution for people with age-related macular degeneration.

By Jul. 2, 2013