Further shot of the solar eclipse over Fenland
Further shots of the solar eclipse over Fenland has been sent in by readers.
Steve Snell took a picture of the eclipse over March at 9.52am today (Friday, March 20). Lynda Robinson was also able to snap a picture when the cloud cover cleared briefly.
People across the area were hoping to get the best view in years of the moon crossing over the sun.
The eclipse began at 7.40am and the levels of darkness in the UK peaked at 9.35am.
Unfortunately cloud cover prevented a clear view of this amazing spectacle.
Another solar eclipse of this scale is not due to happen until 2026.
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