83 Photos - Apr 19, 2015
Photo: Early morning departure to view the total solar eclipse from a chartered aircraft, Iceland, 20 March 2015Photo: Ready for takeoff from Keflavik Airport aboard one of the three Icelandair charter 757s scheduled to intersect the path of totality for the 20 March 2015 total solar eclipse.Photo: Three chartered Icelandair 737s take off from Reyjkavik, Iceland to view the total solar eclipse of 20 March 2015Photo: Pilot of Icelandir 757 charter and flight attendant preparing for totality of the 20 March 2015 total solar eclipse.Photo: Alex reviews information from the Japanese aurora borealis collecting station, IcelandPhoto: First contactPhoto: Second diamond ring as seen from the air. Total solar eclipse, 20 March 2015, North AtlanticPhoto: Total solar eclipse 20 March 2015.Photo: Inner corona as seen during the total solar eclipse 20 March 2015.Photo: HDR composite of 16 photos taken by Nikon D300 from a chartered Icelandair aircraft over the north Atlantick 20 March 2015.Photo: Total solar eclipse 20 March 2015.Photo: Baily's Beads as seen during the total solar eclipse 20 March 2015.Photo: Baily's Beads as seen during the total solar eclipse 20 March 2015.Photo: Fully eclipsed sunPhoto: Fully eclipsed sunPhoto: First diamond ring seen during the total solar eclipse 20 March 2015Photo: First diamond ring seen during the total solar eclipse 20 March 2015Photo: First diamond ring seen during the total solar eclipse 20 March 2015Photo: Photo: David checks his exposures during the partial phase of the total solar eclipse of 20 March 2015. We flew on the Icelandair 757 named Snæfellsjökull.Photo: Example of Brocken spectrePhoto: Another eclipse watching planePhoto: Crater, North IcelandPhoto: Crater near Lake Myvatn, IcelandPhoto: Photo: Clouds over the North AtlanticPhoto: Aurora borealis, IcelandPhoto: Aurora borealis, IcelandPhoto: Aurora borealis, IcelandPhoto: Aurora borealis, IcelandPhoto: Video: Photo: Watching the aurora borealis near Reyjkavik, IcelandPhoto: Watching the aurora borealis near Reyjkavik, IcelandPhoto: Noelle and Alex with the aurora boralis near Reykjavik, IcelandPhoto: Aurora borealis, IcelandVideo: Photo: Aurora Borealis, Iceland 2015Photo: Photo: Watching the aurora borealis near Reyjkavik, IcelandVideo: Photo: Aurora borealis, IcelandPhoto: Aurora borealis, IcelandPhoto: Aurora Borealis, Iceland 2015Photo: Aurora Borealis, Iceland 2015Video: Photo: Aurora Borealis, Iceland 2015Photo: Aurora Borealis, Iceland 2015Photo: Aurora Borealis, Iceland 2015Photo: Geothermal area near Krysuvik, IcelandPhoto: foundations of Viking era longhousePhoto: Photo: Starting the turn over Iceland to fly along the line of totality for the total solar eclipse of 20 March 2015 aboard Icelandair757 aircraft (our airplane was named Snæfellsjökull).Photo: Photo: Akureryi, IcelandPhoto: Snow car, Husavik, IcelandPhoto: Husavik, IcelandPhoto: North coast of IcelandPhoto: Husavik, IcelandPhoto: Husavik, IcelandPhoto: Husavik, IcelandPhoto: Krafla Geothermal Station, IcelandPhoto: Krafla Geothermal Station, IcelandPhoto: Geothermal diagram, Krafla Geothermal Station, IcelandPhoto: Bit for drilling geothermal wellPhoto: Godafoss Falls, IcelandPhoto: Rift between continental platesPhoto: Lake Myvatn, IcelandPhoto: Lenticular clouds, IcelandPhoto: Helgi  GudmundssonPhoto: Geothermal area, south IcelandPhoto: Geothermal areaPhoto: Lava fieldPhoto: Photo: Manarbakki museum, IcelandPhoto: Lake Kleifarvatn from the road to Sydristapi, IcelandPhoto: North coast of IcelandPhoto: Iceland landscapePhoto: Photo: Geothermal area near Krysuvik, IcelandPhoto: Bridge between continents, Reykjanes Penninsula, Sandvik, IcelandPhoto: North coast of IcelandPhoto: