From May 20 to May 21, people from around the world had the chance to witness a solar eclipse that left a 'ring of fire' in the sky at its peak.
Said STOMPer Vargas:
"I didn't manage to catch it last night, but I hope you guys did!
"I found these photos online from aroundand more information on the eclipse.
"It started at 4.56am our local time, and the eclipse was at its peak at 7.54am, also known as the ring of fire.
"The last people able to see the eclipse saw it at 10.49am.
"What an awesome morning! If you missed this, view these pictures, or wait until June 6 when there is the transit of Venus, or November 13, when there is a total solar eclipse.
"This is also the first time in 18 years people in the US have a chance to view the solar eclipse."