A team of solar physicists gathered in Svalbard, Norway to study coronal mass ejections and were able to capture this image of a solar eclipse in 2015.
Although it may look like some sort of digitized backdrop from a post-apocalyptic movie, this stunning picture was actually captured by photographer Michael Menefee during the May 2012 Solar Eclipse at the Navajo Nation near Canyon de Chelly, AZ.
A solar eclipse peaks from behind a field of clouds. From a distance it looks a little like a cartoon eye in the sky. This Biofriendly image of the day shows the beauty and wonder of nature beyond within and beyond our own atmosphere.