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Taking Pictures? Share Them with Us

Will you be taking pictures of a lunar or solar eclipse or a planet transit? Send them to us, and we may publish your images on timeanddate.com.

A woman watching a solar eclipse through a telescope.

A total solar eclipse.

A woman watching a solar eclipse through a telescope

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How to Send Photos

Taking pictures of the Mercury transit on November 11-12, 2019? Send us your best shots by dragging and dropping your image below.

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Use the hashtag #timeanddatelive if you would like us to find your eclipse or transit images and repost them on Instagram, Facebook, or Twitter.


We at timeanddate.com decide which pictures to publish. Images that are watermarked, or labeled in an interrupting manner, will not be used.

By sending the image, you grant timeanddate.com a non-exclusive right to publish the image on the site or on social media, crediting you as the photographer.

We may also be interested in publishing any images of previous eclipses or transits. We cannot guarantee compensation for the images.

Eclipse User Photo Galleries

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User photo from a total lunar eclipse.
A great photo from the lunar eclipse in January, 2018, submitted by one of our users.
Dennis Andersen

How to Take Eclipse Pictures

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Mercury Transit

Nov 11, 2019 at 12:34 UTCSee more

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