There are a ton of spectacular photos from the Solar Eclipse floating around the web but if you need to see just one, this is it!
This panoramic photo was captured by photographer Stephane Vetter while viewing the eclipse at Magone Lake in Oregon on August 21st. He explains how he did it via Astronomy Picture of the Day. He writes, “In this 360×180 panorama, north and south are at the image bottom and top, while east and west are at the left and right edges, respectively.
During four hours the night before the eclipse, star trails were captured circling the north celestial pole (bottom) as the Earth spun.” Check out the photo below and catch more from Vetter’s awesome portfolio on his website.