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Baily's Beads are caused by the moon's mountains, valleys, and craters. These surface features create an uneven edge of the moon, where small "beads" of sunlight still shine through the lowest parts for a few moments after the rest of the sun is covered.
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Canon Canon EOS Rebel T6
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2016:01:08 21:06:41
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