Time-Lapse Captures the Two Minutes of Darkness Caused by the Total Solar Eclipse

Here’s a time-lapse showing the total solar eclipse today (March 20th, 2015), as seen by Bjarni Enghamar from the town of Tórshavn in the Faroe Islands (an archipelago found halfway between Norway and Iceland). Midway through the video, the whole landscape is plunged into darkness as the Moon blocks out the Sun for about two minutes.

P.S. Here’s some real time footage of the same eclipse seen above the cloud line from the same islands.

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