RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The recording of the total eclipse of the sun in 2019, made by Brazilian Leonardo Caldas, was chosen on Tuesday, July 9th, by NASA for its Astronomy Picture of the Day (Apod) website, which daily publishes a new photograph of astronomy phenomena observed by photographers from around the world.
The picture captures the moment when the moon positions itself in front of the sun, and a ring of light is formed. The same instant, a flock of birds were flying through the skies of La Sirena, Chile, and were instrumental in shaping the best picture of . . .