Serendipitous observation of a coronal mass ejection during the total solar eclipse of 14 December 2020
Keywords:total solar eclipse, coronal mass ejection, solar corona
We report observations of the total solar eclipse of 14 December 2020, during which a coronal mass ejection was seen to propagate. A comprehensive set of photographs covering a high dynamic range of exposure enabled characterization of its dimensions. Displacement of the front can be seen during the few minutes of totality.
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