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LOOK: NASA releases total solar eclipse phone wallpapers

By NICK GARCIA Published Apr 09, 2024 12:02 pm

Still in awe of the total solar eclipse last April 8?

The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) has shared photos of the astronomical phenomenon which can be turned into phone wallpapers.

“Refresh your wallpaper,” NASA said on Instagram Story, “and add some space to your device!”

It asked followers to tap, hold, and screenshot their favorite images of the eclipse.

It has four options, namely: “Just Before Totality” by Aubrey Gemigani, “Total Solar Eclipse” by Aubrey Gemigani, “Total Solar Eclipse” by Joel Kowsky, and “Partial Solar Eclipse” by Bill Ingalls.

“Just Before Totality” by Aubrey Gemigani

"Total Solar Eclipse” by Aubrey Gemigani
"Total Solar Eclipse” by Joel Kowsky

“Partial Solar Eclipse” by Bill Ingalls

The eclipse is an astronomical phenomenon in which the moon passes between the sun and the Earth, completely blocking the face of the sun.

The April 8 eclipse crossed North America and passed over Mexico, the United States, and Canada.

The Philippines didn’t see the total solar eclipse since it was already midnight.