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WBOC Viewers Share Solar Eclipse Photos

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Chief Meteorologist Dan Satterfield posted this picture of the solar eclipse happening Sunday morning in Ocean City. Chief Meteorologist Dan Satterfield posted this picture of the solar eclipse happening Sunday morning in Ocean City.
Courtesy of: WBOC viewer, Lori Martin Courtesy of: WBOC viewer, Lori Martin
Courtesy of: WBOC viewer, Thomas Blades Courtesy of: WBOC viewer, Thomas Blades
Courtesy of: WBOC viewer, Brenda Burrell Courtesy of: WBOC viewer, Brenda Burrell
Courtesy of: WBOC viewer, Tessa Rolnick Courtesy of: WBOC viewer, Tessa Rolnick

SALISBURY, Md.-Around 6:30 a.m. Sunday mornIng as the sun rose, we were treated to mother nature's beautiful celestial beauty as a partial solar eclipse occurred.

NASA says that the overall event is a rare hybrid eclipse, meaning the eclipse first appears as a ring of fire before changing to a full eclipse.

The eclipse was only supposed to be visible for a short time at sunrise on the East Coast, appearing as a partial solar eclipse.

If you were able to capture the sight with your camera then send those pictures to us at pix@wboc.com.

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